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Beyond Words

by Carl Safina

I wanted to know what they were experiencing, and why to us they feel so compelling, and so-close. This time I allowed myself to ask them the question that for a scientist was forbidden fruit: Who are you?

Weaving...


African Nature Notes and Reminiscences

by Frederick Courteney Selous

The chapters comprised in the present volume were written at various times during the last ten years. Some of them have already appeared in print in the pages of the Field, Land and Water, and other papers,...


Blue Upright: The Flies of a Lifetime

by Steve Raymond

According to Steve Raymond, tying flies requires “imagination and skill, creativity and discipline, patience and vision.” But for the fly fisher, tying flies is more than that—it is the creation of a living...


Nervous Water: Variations on a Theme of Fly Fishing

by Steve Raymond

Nervous water has a meaning: while the fleeting crease or subtle wrinkle on the surface of a lake or stream could be nothing, wise anglers known that these small surface movements are nearly always signs of...


RSPB Spotlight: Robins

by Marianne Taylor

Their melodious voices, bright red breasts and cheeky attitudes have always endeared Robins to the public, but how much do we really know about these familiar garden visitors. The characteristic image of a Robin...


RSPB Spotlight: Foxes

by Mike Unwin

Hero or villain? Few animals divide opinion like the Red Fox. This most successful of the world's wild canids has lived alongside people from time immemorial. Celebrated by some for its resourcefulness and lush...


Rivers of the Heart: A Fly-Fishing Memoir

by Steve Raymond

Stories are what keep history alive, and Rivers of the Heart is the perfect book to keep the history of fly fishing alive. Steve Raymond shares some of the best and brightest moments from his nearly fifty years...


The Urban Birder

by David Lindo & Stephen Moss

Anyone can become an Urban Birder. You can do it anywhere and any time, whether you've got the day to spare, on your way to work, during your lunch break or just looking out of a window. Look up and you will...


In Pursuit of Butterflies: A Fifty-year Affair

by Matthew Oates

Matthew Oates has led a butterflying life. Naturalist, conservationist and passionate lover of poetry, he has devoted himself to these exalted creatures: to their observation, to singing their praises, and to...


Field Notes from the Edge

by Paul Evans

In Field Notes from the Edge, the acclaimed writer of the Guardian's 'Country Diary', Paul Evans, takes us on a journey through the in-between spaces of Nature – such as strandlines, mudflats, cliff tops and...


The Adventurous Life of a Cape Cod Dog: A Curious Canine's Exploration of the Cape's Natural History

by Nancy Dina Scaglione-Peck & Kelley Jenny

The Adventurous Life of a Cape Cod Dog allows the reader to experience Cape Cod's beautiful landscape, ocean, and animals through the eyes of a local dog. While Shelby serves as a host at his family's bed and...


Bushmaster: Raymond Ditmars and the Hunt for the World's Largest Viper

by Dan Eatherley

The amazing story of one man’s obsession with an enigmatic and deadly reptile.Raymond Ditmars (1876–1942), the first curator of reptiles at New York’s famous Bronx Zoo, brought cold-blooded animals to public...


Cool Creatures, Hot Planet: Exploring the Seven Continents

by Marty Essen

Cool Creatures, Hot Planet: Exploring the Seven Continents follows Marty and Deb Essen on a three-and-a-half-year-long adventure to some of the wildest places on all seven continents. The American couple began...


The Fly Trap

by Fredrik Sjöberg & Thomas Teal

A Nature Book of the Year (The Times (UK))

“The hoverflies are only props. No, not only, but to some extent. Here and there, my story is about something else.”

A mesmerizing memoir of extraordinary brilliance...


A Year at the Shore

by Philip Henry Gosse

How grandly those heavy waves are rolling in upon this long shingle-beach! Onward they come, with an even deliberate march that tells of power, out of that lowering sky that broods over the southern horizon;...


The Complete Naturalist

by Nick Baker

Nick Baker's fascination with the natural world began at an early age, inspired by Gerald and Lee Durrell's classic book The Amateur Naturalist. His The Complete Naturalist is an up-to-date, practical introduction...


Concise Pond Wildlife Guide

by Bloomsbury Publishing

This beautifully illustrated mini field guide is packed with information on more than 190 species of animal and plant that inhabit still-water bodies such as ponds, pools and small lakes in northern Europe....


Fisherman's Bible: The World's Most Comprehensive Angling Reference

by Jay Cassell

In the tradition of the bestselling Shooter’s Bible, Skyhorse Publishing presents the Fisherman’s Bible, the most complete reference guide for new fishing equipment and its specifications. Anglers will only...


Texas Lizards: A Field Guide

by Toby J. Hibbitts, Troy D. Hibbitts & Laurie J. Vitt

"Texas offers the opportunity to observe lizard diversity like no other part of the country," writes Laurie J. Vitt in the foreword to Texas Lizards. From the moist eastern Piney Woods to the western deserts,...


Thank You, Bugs!: Pollinators are Our Friends

by Dawn V Pape, Heather Holm & Dave Hunter

Even though some bugs are hairy and scary, this book teaches us that insects are important pollinators and help make the food we eat. Not only is Thank You, Bugs! fun to read, it is full of beautiful photographs...