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Frogs and Toads: Your Happy Healthy Pet

by Steve Grenard

The authoritative information and advice you need, illustrated throughout with full-color photographs--now revised and redesigned to be even more reader-friendly!

Frogs and toads are perennial favorite pets....


Sambolt

by Joshua Rios

Synopsis:

Sambolt is a special rabbit whose birth was not an ordinary one, nor is the life he leads or the place he calls home. In the wilderness of Sonochi, life and love are all that matters. Perhaps even...


The Natural History of Unicorns

by Chris Lavers & Dr. Chris Lavers

For over two thousand years, unicorns have inspired, enchanted, and eluded humanity. The beast appears in Old Testament texts and Greek and Roman natural histories; Christians adopted it as a symbol of Christ,...


The Doctrine of Presence

by Benjamin Vance

The Doctrine of Presence introduces the reader to honest men and women challenged with half-truths and false accusations during their attempts to expose animal abuse among wildlife cinematographers in Kenya....


Wildflowers of Mississippi

by Stephen L. Timme

With its variety of habitats, Mississippi contains an especially rich and diverse set of native and naturalized flowering plants.

First published in 1989, this handy volume is the comprehensive, full-color guide...


Social Learning: An Introduction to Mechanisms, Methods, and Models

by William Hoppitt & Kevin N. Laland

Many animals, including humans, acquire valuable skills and knowledge by copying others. Scientists refer to this as social learning. It is one of the most exciting and rapidly developing areas of behavioral...


Successful Adaptation to Climate Change: Linking Science and Policy in a Rapidly Changing World

by Susanne C. Moser & Maxwell T. Boykoff

What does successful adaptation look like? This is a question we are frequently asked by planners, policy makers and other professionals charged with the task of developing and implementing adaptation strategies....


International Perspectives in Feminist Ecocriticism

by Greta Gaard, Simon C. Estok & Serpil Oppermann

Exploring environmental literature from a feminist perspective, this volume presents a diversity of feminist ecocritical approaches to affirm the continuing contributions, relevance, and necessity of a feminist...


The Story of Sushi

by Trevor Corson

Everything you never knew about sushi—its surprising origins, the colorful lives of its chefs, and the bizarre behavior of the creatures that compose it

Trevor Corson takes us behind the scenes at America's...


Ranger Confidential: Living, Working, and Dying in the National Parks

by Andrea Lankford

The real stories behind the scenery of America’s national parks

 

For twelve years, Andrea Lankford lived in the biggest, most impressive national parks in the world, working a job she loved. She chaperoned...


Hummingbirds

by Michael Fogden, Patricia Fogden, Marianne Taylor & Sheri L. Williamson

Hummingbirds have always held popular appeal, with their visual brilliance, extraordinary flight dexterity, jewel-like color, and remarkably small size.

This is the first book to profile all 338 known species,...


It Runs in the Family

by Richard Manning

It Runs in the Family is a memoir of faith and willful ignorance, truths and secrets, rural and urban labor, and fire: fire as both knowledge and destructive force.

Richard Manning was raised on a piece of farmland...


Full-Rip 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest

by Sandi Doughton

Scientists have identified Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver as the urban centers of what will be the biggest earthquake, also called a mega-quake, in the continental United States. A quake will happen--in fact...


Condor

by John Nielsen

The California condor

has been described as a bird

"with one wing in the grave."

Flying on wings nearly ten feet wide from tip to tip, these birds thrived on the carcasses of animals like woolly mammoths. Then,...


Gold Rush in the Jungle: The Race to Discover and Defend the Rarest Animals of Vietnam's "Lost World"

by Dan Jr Drollette

An engrossing, adventure-filled account of the rush to discover and save Vietnam's most extraordinary animals

 

     Deep in the jungle where the borders of Vietnam meet those of Laos and Cambodia is a region...


The Geese of Beaver Bog

by Bernd Heinrich

When award-winning writer and biologist Bernd Heinrich became the unwitting -- but doting -- foster parent of an adorable gosling named Peep, he was drawn into her world. And so, with a scientist's training...


Crimes Against Nature

by Robert F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. & Jr., Robert F. Kennedy

In this powerful indictment of George W. Bush's White House, environmental attorney Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., charges that the administration has taken corporate favoritism to unprecedented heights -- threatening...


The Great Deluge

by Douglas Brinkley

In the span of five violent hours on August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina destroyed major Gulf Coast cities and flattened 150 miles of coastline. But it was only the first stage of a shocking triple tragedy. On...


More Scenes from the Rural Life

by Verlyn Klinkenborg & Nigel Peake

Verlyn Klinkenborg's regular column, The Rural Life, is one of the most read and beloved in the New York Times. Since 1997, he has written eloquently on every aspect, large and small, of life on his upstate...


Greasy Rider: Two Dudes, One Fry-Oil-Powered Car, and a Cross-Country Search for a Greener Future

by Greg Melville

Is it possible to drive coast-to-coast without stopping at a single gas pump? Journalist Greg Melville is determined to try. With his college buddy Iggy riding shotgun, this green-thinking guy—who's in love...