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Giving Voice to Bear: North American Indian Myths, Rituals, and Images of the Bear

by David Rockwell

In this new edition of a classic, the author describes the captivating and awe-inspiring presence of the bear in Native American rituals.


The Genial Dinosaur: Herbert the Dinosaur, Book Two

by John Russell Fearn

Clifford Brooks and his wife Joan believe that 'Herbert,' the frisky dinosaur who'd saved their lives in A THING OF THE PAST, has been lost forever in the Earth's underworld. But to their amazement, he returns...


Wetland Mitigation: Mitigation Banking and Other Strategies for Development and Compliance

by Mark Dennison

Regulations require that development projects in wetland areas restore or replace lost wetland functions and values. Completely updated to reflect recent legal developments, this practical reference explains...


Trees, Forested Landscapes and Grazing Animals: A European Perspective on Woodlands and Grazed Treescapes

by Ian D. Rotherham

In this comprehensive book, the critical components of the European landscape - forest, parkland, and other grazed landscapes with trees are addressed. The book considers the history of grazed treed landscapes,...


Multiple Crises in Land and Resource Use

by Andreas Exner, Peter Fleissner & Lukas Kranzl

This book brings together geological, biological, radical economic, technological, historical and social perspectives on peak oil and other scarce resources. The contributors to this volume argue that these...


Opportunity, Montana: Big Copper, Bad Water, and the Burial of an American Landscape

by Brad Tyer

A memoir-meets-exposé that examines our fraught relationship with the West and our attempts to clean up a toxic environmental legacy

 

 

In 2002, Texas journalist Brad Tyer strapped a canoe on his truck and...


Stolen World: A Tale of Reptiles, Smugglers, and Skulduggery

by Jennie Erin Smith

Tortoises disappear from a Madagascar reserve and reappear in the Bronx Zoo. A dead iguana floats in a jar, awaiting its unveiling in a Florida court. A viper causes mayhem from Ethiopia to Virginia. In Stolen...


Our National Parks

by John Muir

John Muir (1838-1914) was a Scottish-born American naturalist, writer, and an early member of the wilderness preservation movement in the United States. His activism helped to preserve the Yosemite Valley, Sequoia...


The Book of the Mushroom - Growing & Harvesting

by A. Defries

Originally published in 1936, this book covers a subject that is just as relevant to people today. This is an invaluable guide for anyone wishing to complement orthodox medicine with natural remedies. The author's...


The Lumberjacks

by Donald MacKay

This is definitive history of lumbering in Canada captures the vitality of the lumber camps and documents the evolution of a major industry.


Woodcock

by John Alden Knight

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


The Scottish Deerhound with Notes on Its Origin and Characteristics

by E. Winston Bell

Originally published in Edinburgh 1892. One of the most important books dealing with the noble breed of Scottish Deerhound. The illustrated contents include detailed chapters on: The Supposed Origin of Dogs...


The Hunter's Breath: On Expedition with the Weddell Seals of the Antartic

by Terrie Williams

This is the story of a dedicated group that goes to Antarctica to study the Weddell seal, the only mammal on earth able to survive year-round in the most extreme Antarctic temperatures.


Dirt Under My Nails: An American Farmer and Her Changing Land

by Marilee Foster

A woman farmer observes with a poetic and appreciative eye the transformation of the plant and animal life on her land through the changing seasons, and now through the encroachment of residential development....


Mar: A Glimpse Into the Natural Life of a Bird

by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence

Writing with uncanny skill, Louise de Kiriline Lawrence leads us gently into the world of birds. Her perception, intuition and experience give her insights that she here freely shares with us all.


Antarctica: An Intimate Portrait of a Mysterious Continent

by Gabrielle Walker

Journeying to the most alien place on the planet, science writer Gabrielle Walker presents a biography of Antarctica, weaving its history of exploration with the science currently being conducted there. Walker...


Future Primal: How Our Wilderness Origins Show Us the Way Forward

by Louis G. Herman

How should we respond to our converging crises of violent conflict, political corruption, and global ecological devastation? In this sweeping, big-picture synthesis, Louis G. Herman argues that for us to create...


Wildlife Watching in America's National Parks: A Seasonal Guide

by Gary W. Vequist & Daniel S. Licht

From the Great Smoky Mountains to Point Reyes National Seashore, America’s national parks are home to some of nature’s great wildlife spectacles. Here, Gary W. Vequist and Daniel S. Licht, two veterans of...


Texas Waterfowl

by William P. Johnson & Mark W. Lockwood

In this beautifully illustrated guide, two practicing wildlife biologists describe the life histories of forty-five species of ducks, geese, and swans that occur in Texas. For common species and those that breed...


Coral Reefs of the Southern Gulf of Mexico

by John W. Tunnell, Ernesto A. Chávez & Kim Withers

Coral reefs declined worldwide during the 1980s and 1990s, making them perhaps the most endangered marine ecosystem on Earth. This realization spurred John W. Tunnell Jr. and others to write a comprehensive...