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Flattened Fauna, Revised: A Field Guide to Common Animals of Roads, Streets, and Highways

by Roger M. Knutson

Are you among the millions of people whose only opportunity to observe wildlife comes after it has been run over and pressed into a patty by big rigs, then desiccated by the elements until even flies don't recognize...


The Frog with Self-Cleaning Feet: ...and Other Extraordinary Tales from the Animal World

by Michael Bright

Did you know that an ostrich egg can make an omelet for ten people? How about that crocodiles have the world’s most powerful bite, yet their mouths can be held shut by a man’s bare hands? Or that box jellyfish...


Rescuing Riley, Saving Myself: A Man and His Dog's Struggle to Find Salvation

by Zachary Anderegg & Pete Nelson

American Book Fest's 2014 International Book Awards Finalist

While hiking on a solo vacation in a remote, uninhabitable region of Arizona, Zachary Anderegg happened upon Riley, an emaciated puppy clinging to...


Valley Animals: True Stories about the Animals and People of California's  Santa Ynez Valley

by Firestone Brooks

The animals of Santa Barbara County's Santa Ynez Valley are plentiful and varied. Some fly, some swim, some slither; others gallop, or trot, or ride in the back of pickup trucks. Some are wild and others domestic;...


Who Killed the Grand Banks?

by Alex Rose

In almost the blink of an eye, Canada's east coast cod fishery collapsed completely. The famous Grand Banks fishery was dead. First sounded by European explorers in the late 15th century, the banks were internationally...


Frontiers in Nature-Based Tourism: Lessons from Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden

by Peter Fredman & Liisa Tyrväinen

Nature has been a key attraction factor for tourism in the Nordic countries for decades. The demand for nature-based tourism has steadily grown and is one of the most rapidly expanding sectors within tourism...


The Habitat Guide to Birding

by Thomas P. Mcelroy

The United States is blessed with birds, a vast and richly varied population that changes considerably as the habitat changes from forest, to meadow, to marsh. As Thomas P. McElroy puts it in this unique birding...


Out on a Limb: What Black Bears Have Taught Me about Intelligence and Intuition

by Benjamin Kilham & Temple Grandin

In Out on a Limb, Ben Kilham invites us into the world he has come to know best: the world of black bears. 

For decades, Kilham has studied wild black bears in a vast tract of Northern New Hampshire woodlands....


Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering

by Mark Hawthorne

An investigation of how animals are exploited for entertainment, apparel, research, military weapons, sport, art, religion, food, and more.


The Shark that Walks on Land: And Other Strange but True Tales of Mysterious Sea Creatures

by Michael Bright

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water… When you dive into the sea, do you ever wonder what’s down there, beneath you, poised to take an inquisitive bite? Author of Jaws Peter Benchley...


Do Animals Think?

by Clive D. L. Wynne

Does your dog know when you've had a bad day? Can your cat tell that the coffee pot you left on might start a fire? Could a chimpanzee be trained to program your computer? In this provocative book, noted animal...


Full Fathom Five: Ocean Warming and a Father's Legacy

by Gordon Chaplin

Gordon Chaplin’s father was a seemingly happy-go-lucky, charismatic adventurer who married a wealthy heiress and somehow transformed himself into the author of a landmark scientific study, Fishes of the Bahamas...


Fisherman's Fall

by Roderick L. Haig-Brown

Originally published in 1964, Fisherman’s Fall brings a unique perspective to the world of fall fishing. In the preface, Robert L. Haig-Brown ruminates on the attempts to preserve the salmon and trout in the...


Behemoth

by Ronald B. Tobias

In the two hundred years since their arrival in America, elephants have worked on farms, mills, mines, and railroads, in Hollywood, and in professional baseball. They've contributed to the national discourse...


Bees Make the Best Pets: All the Buzz About Being Resilient, Collaborative, Industrious, Generous, and Sweet-Straight from the Hive

by Jack Mingo

Writer and beekeeper Jack Mingo, who set up his first backyard hive in 2004, offers his humorous and unique observations of the world of the mystical, matriarchal, gentle, sweet bee in Bees Make the Best Pets...


Empty Hands, Open Arms: The Race to Save Bonobos in the Congo and Make Conservation Go Viral

by Deni Béchard

When acclaimed author Deni Béchard first learned of the last living bonobos—matriarchal great apes that are, alongside the chimpanzee, our closest relatives in the animal kingdom—he was completely astonished....


Feasting, Fowling and Feathers: A History of the Exploitation of Wild Birds

by Michael Shrubb

he way wild birds have been exploited over the centuries forms the focus of this remarkable new book by Michael Shrubb. It looks at the use of birds as food, for feathers and skins, for eggs, as cage birds,...


Fly Fishing the Colorado River: An Angler's Guide

by Al Marlowe & Karnen Christopherson

The guide is dedicated to the mighty Colorado River, from its headwaters through western Colorado. Each chapter covers a section of the river and provides information on access, parking, seasons, hatches, recommended...


American Alligator: Ancient Predator in the Modern World

by Kelby Ouchley

Having survived since the Mesozoic era, alligators teetered on the brink of extinction in the 1960s. Their recovery in the 1970s was largely due to legislative intervention, and today populations are closely...


Birder's Guide to Alabama and Mississippi

by Ray Vaughan

Ramble through the varied habitats and remarkable scenery of Alamba and Mississippi with this terrific birding location guide. Vist more than 125 parks, forests, shores and lakes, including spectacular Dauphin...