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The Great British Year: Wildlife through the Seasons

by Stephen Moss

Britain is a place of remarkable beauty and extraordinary extremes, boasting immense natural diversity in a comparatively small area. Here, life is run by the seasons: each month brings enormous transformations...


The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2013

by Siddhartha Mukherjee & Tim Folger

A collection of the best science and nature writing from the past year.


Green, Greener, Greenest: A Practical Guide to Making Eco-Smart Choices a Part of Your Life

by Lori Bongiorno & Frances Beinecke

How green can you be?

Green: Drive the speed limit

Greener: Drive a fuel-efficient car

Greenest: Bike or walk

The perfect guide to help readers decide how to best spend their time and money to protect the...


Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations

by John Waldman

That one could “walk drishod on the backs” of schools of salmon, shad, and other fishes moving up Atlantic coast rivers was a not uncommon kind of description of their migratory runs during early Colonial...


Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis

by David Groenfeldt

This book introduces the idea that ethics are an intrinsic dimension of any water policy, program, or practice, and that understanding what ethics are being acted out in water policies is fundamental to an understanding...


Poachers and Poaching

by John Watson

Although the term "poaching" has now come to refer to hunters and anglers who deliberately flout game regulations, famed outdoorsman John Watson uses these phrases in a broader, less pejorative sense in this...


Bald Coot and Screaming Loon: Adventures in the Curious, Mysterious and Remarkable World of Birds

by Niall Edworthy

From the author of The Curious Gardener's Almanac, a fascinating miscellany that explores the mysterious world of birds.

Comprising more than 1,000 entries of remarkable information about birds, bird life,...


The Burning Question: We Can't Burn Half the World's Oil, Coal, and Gas. So How Do We Quit?

by Duncan Clark, Mike Berners-Lee & Bill Mckibben

The Burning Question reveals climate change to be the most fascinating scientific, political and social puzzle in history. It shows that carbon emissions are still accelerating upwards, following an exponential...


Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?: More Answers to Common and Not-So-Common Questions about Birds and Birding

by Mike O'Connor

A collection of humorous Q&As about everything you've always wanted to ask about birds and birding

 

Mike O’Connor knows bird watchers as well as he knows birds. He knows that if you’re even slightly interested...


Water Resources: An Integrated Approach

by Joseph Holden

The world faces huge challenges for water as population continues to grow, as emerging economies develop and as climate change alters the global and local water cycle. There are major questions to be answered...


Marine Plants of the Texas Coast

by Roy L. Lehman

Written for biology students, teachers, nature lovers, amateur naturalists, conservation workers, and parks and wildlife personnel, this up-to-date, easy-to-use guide describes the marine plants of the Gulf...


Big Bend's Ancient & Modern Past

by Robert J. Mallouf, Bruce A. Glasrud & Lonn Taylor

The Big Bend region of Texas—variously referred to as “El Despoblado” (the uninhabited land), “a land of contrasts,” “Texas’ last frontier,” or simply as part of the Trans-Pecos—enjoys a long,...


Green in Gridlock: Common Goals, Common Ground, and Compromise

by Paul Walden Hansen

Facing one of the most dangerous conservation crises in history—acid rain—lawmakers, industry leaders, and activists embraced an attitude of civil engagement that sought common ground and acceptance of compromise...


Who Killed the Grand Banks?

by Alex Rose

In almost the blink of an eye, Canada's east coast cod fishery collapsed completely. The famous Grand Banks fishery was dead. First sounded by European explorers in the late 15th century, the banks were internationally...


The Big, Bad Book of Botany

by Michael Largo

An entertaining and enlightening compendium of the world's most amazing and bizarre plants, revealing their secrets, history, and lore

What happens when you give a plant a polygraph test? Can a flower really...


Generations on the Land: A Conservation Legacy

by Joe Nick Patoski & David K Langford

 The landowners in this book have improved their land and done so by being profitable, generous to their human community, committed to family, and desirous of leaving land better than when it came into their...


An Eden of Sorts: The Natural History of My Feral Garden

by John Hanson Mitchell

Twenty-five years ago John Hanson Mitchell cut down a 1 1/2-acre stand of seventy-five-year-old white pines and planted a garden in their place. An Eden of Sorts is a history of the plants and animals that lived...


Birder's Guide to Alabama and Mississippi

by Ray Vaughan

Ramble through the varied habitats and remarkable scenery of Alamba and Mississippi with this terrific birding location guide. Vist more than 125 parks, forests, shores and lakes, including spectacular Dauphin...


Captain Paul Watson: Interview With a Pirate

by Lamya Essemlali & Paul Watson

The behind-the-scenes true story of Paul Watson, the world's most famous eco-pirate and marine animal rights activist.

Paul Watson became an animal rights activist at the young age of eleven, in 1962. When...


The Darkening Green

by Elizabeth Clarke

'Owls call now in the hazy afternoon, and curlews get up in the night and join their voices with the plovers' lost cries. Small birds, distracted by the fury of mating, fly hedge-high in flight and pursuit and...