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The Eat-a-Bug Cookbook, Revised: 40 Ways to Cook Crickets, Grasshoppers, Ants, Water Bugs, Spiders, Centipedes, and Their Kin

by David George Gordon

With its stylish new package, updated information on the health and environmental benefits of insect eating, and breed-your-own instructions, this new edition of The Eat-a-Bug Cookbook is the go-to resource...


Cottage Life's Green Bundle

by Cottage Life

Do you want to know how best to preserve the natural environment at your lakeside cottage or country retreat? This three-book bundle includes answers to questions Cottage Life readers have about being green....


Ticks and What You Can Do About Them

by Roger Drummond

Describes all common, North America ticks and tick-related diseases, including symptoms and treatment. Learn how to avoid ticks, and how to remove them if they become attached. Maps show the geographic distribution...


Nature's Mysteries

by Cottage Life

Yes, there are some strange goings-on in the woods. Nature’s Mysteries is a collection of the natural oddities cottagers encounter in the wild, from unusual plants to peculiar animal behaviour and other intriguing...


Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities

by Luke Dixon

Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities features everything an urbanite needs to know to start keeping bees: how to select the perfect hive, how to buy bees, how to care for a colony, how to harvest honey, and what...


Field Guide to Insects of South Africa

by Mike Picker & Charles Griffiths

This is the first comprehensive field guide to the insects of South Africa, with descriptions of over 1 200 of the region's insects. The easy-to-read accounts cover identification, biology, distribution and...


Spiders of Southern Africa

by Astri Leroy & John Leroy

Spiders of southern Africa provides sharp insight into the complex, mysterious and fascinating world of spiders. Reflecting the latest taxonomic information, this book discusses the origins of arachnids, their...


Manual of Techniques in Invertebrate Pathology

by Lawrence A. Lacey

The second edition of Manual of Techniques in Invertebrate Pathology is written by an international group of experts that contribute a broad array of techniques for the identification, isolation, culture, bioassay,...


Owlet Caterpillars of Eastern North America

by David L. Wagner, Dale F. Schweitzer & J. Bolling Sullivan

This lavishly illustrated field guide features more than 800 species of the most common, interesting, beautiful, and important owlet (noctuid) caterpillars found in eastern North America. More than 2,100 color...


Filmer's Spiders: An Identification Guide for Southern Africa

by Martin R Filmer, Norman Larsen & Linda Duigan

Fully revised and updated, this book features all 63 families of spider that occur in this region. A fresh layout, full-colour photographs - many of them new - and diagrams of diagnostic features make this an...


Dragonflies and Damselflies of the East

by Dennis Paulson

This is the first fully illustrated guide to all 336 dragonfly and damselfly species of eastern North America--from the rivers of Manitoba to the Florida cypress swamps--and the companion volume to Dennis Paulson's...


Beeconomy

by Tammy Horn

Queen bee. Worker bees. Busy as a bee. These phrases have shaped perceptions of women for centuries, but how did these stereotypes begin? Who are the women who keep bees and what can we learn from them? Beeconomy...


Beeconomy: What Women and Bees Can Teach Us about Local Trade and the Global Market

by Tammy Horn

Queen bee. Worker bees. Busy as a bee. These phrases have shaped perceptions of women for centuries, but how did these stereotypes begin? Who are the women who keep bees and what can we learn from them? Beeconomy...


FIELD GUIDE TO INSECTS OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN EUROPE

by Bob Gibbons

Written by well-known naturalists and photographers, this guide will enable the easy identification of around 1,000 of the more common insects found in the region. The carefully chosen selection represents all...


Sex on Six Legs: Lessons on Life, Love, and Language from the Insect World

by Marlene Zuk

Biologist Marlene Zuk takes us on a fascinating tour of the world of insects, questioning our long-held assumptions about cooperation, family loyalty, the nature of personality, and teaching an old bug new tricks. ...


Better Beekeeping: The Ultimate Guide to Keeping Stronger Colonies and Healthier, More Productive Bees

by Flottum Kim

"Better Beekeeping is the most lucid call to action ever written about land-based beekeeping."-Tammy Horn, author of Bees in America and Beeconomy: What Women and Bees Can Teach Us about Local Trade and the...


Wicked Bugs: The Louse That Conquered Napoleon's Army & Other Diabolical Insects

by Amy Stewart

In this darkly comical look at the sinister side of our relationship with the natural world,

Stewart has tracked down over one hundred of our worst entomological foes-creatures

that infest, infect, and generally...


The Secret Lives of Backyard Bugs: Discover Amazing Butterflies, Moths, Spiders, Dragonflies, and Other Insects!

by Judy Burris & Wayne Richards

With this book in hand, readers of any age will discover — just outside their own doors, no matter where they live—a world they never knew existed. Stunning photography is combined with expert information...


Confessions of a Bad Beekeeper: What Not to Do When Keeping Bees (with Apologies to My Own)

by Bill Turnbull

Bill Turnbull had no intention of becoming a beekeeper. But when he saw an ad for beekeeping classes-after a swarm of bees landed in his suburban backyard-it seemed to be a sign. Despite being stung on the head-twice-at...


Attracting Native Pollinators: The Xerces Society Guide to Conserving North American Bees and Butterflies and Their Habitat

by TheXercesSociety

The recent decline of the European honey bee and other pollinators in North America poses a serious challenge to our food supply and ecological health. About 75 percent of all flowering plants rely on pollinators...