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Money for the Cause: A Complete Guide to Event Fundraising

by Rudolph A. Rosen, Katie Dobson Cundiff & Andrew Sansom

There has never been a greater need for raising the funds necessary to promote the causes that will help build a sustainable future. In Money for the Cause: A Complete Guide to Event Fundraising, veteran nonprofit...


Lessons from Hurricane Ike

by Philip B. Bedient & Jim Blackburn

If Hurricane Ike had made landfall just fifty miles down the Texas coast, the devastation and death caused by what was already one of the most destructive hurricanes in US history would have quadrupled. Ike...


River of Contrasts: The Texas Colorado

by Margie Crisp & Andrew Sansom

Writer and artist Margie Crisp has traveled the length of Texas’ Colorado River, which rises in Dawson County, south of Lubbock, and flows 860 miles southeast across the state to its mouth on the Gulf of Mexico...


Guide to Texas Grasses

by Robert B. Shaw & Paul Montgomery

In this new, complete Guide to Texas Grasses, Robert B. Shaw and the team at the Texas A&M University Institute of Renewable Natural Resources provide an indispensable reference to the world’s most economically...


Birding Hot Spots of Central New Mexico

by Judith Liddell & Barbara Hussey

From pine forest to desert scrub, from alpine meadow to riparian wetland, Albuquerque and its surrounding area in New Mexico offer an appealing variety of wildlife habitat. Birders are likely to see more than...


Beef, Brush, and Bobwhites: Quail Management in Cattle Country

by Fred S. Guthery, Fidel Hernández & Wyman Meinzer

In this completely revised Texas A&M University Press edition, Guthery and coauthor Fidel Hernández have breathed new life into a classic work that for more than twenty years has been teaching biologists, managers,...


Clovis Lithic Technology: Investigation of a Stratified Workshop at the Gault Site, Texas

by Michael R. Waters, Charlotte D. Pevny & David L. Carlson

Some 13,000 years ago, humans were drawn repeatedly to a small valley in what is now Central Texas, near the banks of Buttermilk Creek. These early hunter-gatherers camped, collected stone, and shaped it into...


The Living Waters of Texas

by Ken W. Kramer & Charles Kruvand

In ten impassioned essays, veteran Texas environmental advocates and conservation professionals step outside their roles as lawyers, lobbyists, administrators, consultants, and researchers to write about water....


Nature Stories

by Jules Renard & Pierre Bonnard

The natural world in all its richness, glimpsed variously in the house, the barnyard, and the garden, in ponds and streams, and at large in the woods and the fields, including old friends like the dog, the cat,...


The Goshawk

by T.H. White & Marie Winn

What is it that binds human beings to other animals? T. H. White, the author of The Once and Future King and Mistress Masham’s Repose, was a young writer who found himself rifling through old handbooks of...


Landscaping on the New Frontier: Waterwise Design for the Intermountain West

by Susan E. Meyer, Roger K. Kjelgren & Darrel G. Morrison

A practical volume for the home or business owner on landscaping with native, drought-tolerant plants in the Rocky Mountain West. Filled with color illustrations, photos, and design sketches, over 100 native...


River Flowing from the Sunrise: An Environmental History of the Lower San Juan

by James M. Aton & Robert S. McPherson

The authors recount twelve millennia of history along the lower San Juan River, much of it the story of mostly unsuccessful human attempts to make a living from the river's arid and fickle environment. From...


The River Knows Everything: Desolation Canyon and the Green

by James M. Aton

Desolation Canyon is one of the West's wild treasures. Visitors come to study, explore, run the river, and hike a canyon that is deeper at its deepest than the Grand Canyon, better preserved than most of the...


Ghosts of Tsavo: Stalking the Mystery Lions of East Africa

by Phillip Caputo

1898, Tsavo River Kenya, the British Empire has employed 140 workers to build a railroad bridge. The bridge's construction comes to a violent halt when two maneless lions devour all 140 workers in a savage feeding...


The World Is Blue

by Sylvia A. Earle

A Silent Spring for our era, this eloquent, urgent, fascinating book reveals how just 50 years of swift and dangerous oceanic change threatens the very existence of life on Earth. Legendary marine scientist...


Backcountry Lawman: True Stories from a Florida Game Warden

by Bob H. Lee

With thirty years of backcountry patrol experience in Florida, Bob Lee has lived through incidents of legend, including one of the biggest environmental busts in Florida history. His fascinating memoir reveals...


Backyard Phenomena: Personal Experiences with Stick Signs, Mane Braiding, and Other Mysteries Surrounding Bigfoot (Forbidden Bigfoot, Part Three)

by Lisa A. Shiel

Is Bigfoot just an ape, or something more?

Countless books and television documentaries present a limited view of the Bigfoot mystery, telling us these creatures are simply an unrecognized species of ape. The...


Eyes of the Wild: Journeys of Transformation with the Animal Powers

by Eleanor O'Hanlon

The shamanic understanding of animals as guides to self-knowledge and the soul comes alive in close encounters with some of the most magnificent creatures of the wild.


Exposing the Big Game: Living Targets of a Dying Sport

by Jim Robertson

Exposing the Big Game challenges the archaic, yet officially endorsed, viewpoint that the primary value of wildlife in America is to provide cheap entertainment for anyone with a gun and an unwholesome urge...


Wildlife on the Wind

by Bruce L. Smith

In the heart of Wyoming sprawls the ancient homeland of the Eastern Shoshone Indians, who were forced by the U.S. government to share a reservation in the Wind River basin and flanking mountain ranges with their...