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Storm Chaser

by Mike Olbinski

My storm chasing/interest in photography began back around the time my daughter was born (2008) and I started chasing storms about 7 years ago. It's hard to describe why I'm drawn to weather and storms, it's...


Some Useful Wild Plants: A Foraging Guide to Food and Medicine From Nature

by Dan Jason

With over forty years since its original printing, and over 30,000 copies sold, this bestselling guide still remains a trusted and much-consulted reference for those interested in identifying, foraging and growing...


Arowana: The Complete Owner's Guide for the Most Expensive Fish in the World

by Kyle Faber

The Arowana is the world's most costly aquarium fish. It is a tropical freshwater fish from the brackish swamps of Asia, the river basins of South America, and the pools and billabongs of Austrailia. There are...


The Evolution Underground: Burrows, Bunkers, and the Marvelous Subterranean World Beneath our Feet

by Anthony J. Martin

What is the best way to survive when the going gets tough? Hiding underground. From penguins to dinosaurs, trilobites, and humans, Anthony Martin reveals the subterranean secret of survival.

Humans have “gone...


The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative

by Florence Williams

An intrepid investigation into nature’s restorative benefits by a prize-winning author.

For centuries, poets and philosophers extolled the benefits of a walk in the woods: Beethoven drew inspiration from rocks...


Homing with the Birds

by Gene Stratton-Porter

"Homing with the Birds" is a book in which one comes into intimate contact with one's feathered friends, to the extent of feeling that they actually have personalities! This is doubtless because Mrs. Porter...


Music of the Wild

by Gene Stratton-Porter

The same intense love of out-door beauty which makes us all remember Mrs. Gene Stratton-Porter's stories is shown in this book, a large volume with an ampler range of subject than the title would suggest. To...


Moths of the Limberlost

by Gene Stratton-Porter

It is about this very bit of Indiana that Mrs. Porter has written her book,"Moths of the Limberlost," and it is the most unusual and interesting nature book ever imagined. It is a story of the "Moths" of the...


What I have done with birds

by Gene Stratton-Porter

A fantastic work about the birds in the Limberlost swamp area in Indiana, USA. The book contains a wealth of character studies of native American birds as through friendly advances the author could induce to...


Bird Watcher's Digest Butterflies Backyard Guide: Identify, Watch, Attract, Nurture, Save

by Erin Gettler & Bill Thompson

Learn to identify the butterflies you see, and find out what to plant in your garden so they visit you at home!

Butterflies are likely the most popular insects in the entire insect class. With their large, brightly...


Call of Nature: The Secret Life of Dung

by Richard Jones

Journey through the digestive systems of humans, farm and wild animals, and meet some of nature's ultimate recyclers as they eat, breed in and compete for dung. The fall of bodily waste onto the ground is the...


Stepping Off: Rewilding and Belonging in the South-West

by Thomas Wilson

Stepping Off is a book for locals and travellers alike. It is the story of the south-western corner of Western Australia: an environmental history, a social history, an invitation to reconnect with the land...


The Torrent: A True Story of Heroism and Survival

by Amanda Gearing

Six years on from Queensland's tragic ‘inland tsunami', this new edition of The Torrent reconnects with the survivors at the heart of the catastrophe. On January 10, 2011, after weeks of heavy rain and...


Weather: A Very Short Introduction

by Storm Dunlop

From deciding the best day for a picnic, to the devastating effects of hurricanes and typhoons, the weather impacts our lives on a daily basis. Although new techniques allow us to forecast the weather with increasing...


Geological Structures

by Chris Pellant & Helen Pellant

Geological Structures is an easy-to-use, highly informative photographic field guide that introduces the great variety of geological structures to be found all around us. The authors' beautiful photography,...


A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

by Henry David Thoreau

A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers is both a remembrance of an intensely spiritual moment in Henry David Thoreau's life and a memoriam to his older brother who accompanied him on the trip shortly before...


Caesar Kleberg and the King Ranch

by Duane M. Leach

In this tribute to a pioneer conservationist, Duane M. Leach celebrates the life of an exceptional ranch manager on a legendary Texas ranch, a visionary for wildlife and modern ranch management, and an extraordinarily...


The People of the Bird

by Michael A Jelliffe

Two generations, two cultures, a shared history, an uncertain future, and one bird... nenge. An isolated community races against time to meet the challenges of a mining venture being thrust upon it. Guided...


What Works in Conservation

by William J. Sutherland (ed.), Lynn V. Dicks (ed.), Nancy Ockendon (ed.) & Rebecca K. Smith (ed.)

Is leaving headlands in fields unsprayed beneficial for wildlife? Is paying farmers to cover the costs of bird conservation measures effective? Is using prescribed fire beneficial for young trees in forests?...


Energy in Agroecosystems: A Tool for Assessing Sustainability

by Gloria I. Guzman Casado & Manuel Gonzalez de Molina

Energy in Agroecosystems: A Tool for Assessing Sustainability is the first book on energy analysis that is up-to-date and specifically dedicated to agriculture. It is written from an agroecological perspective...