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Big Green Purse: Use Your Spending Power to Create a Cleaner, Greener World

by Diane McEachern

Read Diane McEachern's posts on the Penguin Blog.

Protecting our environment is one of the biggest issues facing our planet today. But how do we solve a problem that can seem overwhelming-even hopeless? As Diane...


The Mountains of California

by John Muir

A stirring tribute to one of America's most remote and beautiful places by one of the first modern preservationists

This Penguin Classic-Muir's first book-puts a pioneering conservationist's passion for nature...


The Wild Places

by Robert Macfarlane

?An eloquent (and compulsively readable) reminder that, though we?re laying waste the world, nature still holds sway over much of the earth?s surface.?

?Bill McKibben

Are there any genuinely wild places left...


The Sonoran Desert

by Wayne Lynch

Amazing photography and tons of factual information on the animals, plants, climate and landscape come together to give a complete picture of this ecosystem in action. Subjects cover the wide diversity of living...


A Field Guide to Texas Trees

by Benny J. Simpson

This descriptive handbook helps you identify the more than 220 trees considered to be native to Texas, plus the 30 species that have become naturalized.


Nature Watch Austin: Guide to the Seasons in an Urban Wildland

by Lynne Weber & Jim Weber

Ducks in January . . . bats in March . . . rain lilies in April . . . meteors in August . . . the predictable appearance of fauna and flora allows humans to experience the natural cycles in the environment,...


The Natural History of an Arctic Oil Field: Development and the Biota

by Joe C. Truett & Stephen R. Johnson

In spite of the harsh conditions that characterize the Arctic, it is a surprisingly fragile ecosystem. The exploration for oil in the Arctic over the past 30 years has had profound effects on the plants and...


A Bird in the Bush: A Social History of Birdwatching

by Stephen Moss

‘A wonderful book… beautifully told. He packs his pages with fascinating, often hilarious anecdotes and information. A social history which is a surprise and a delight’ Val Hennessy, Daily Mail Critic’s...


Practical Sheep Keeping

by Kim Cardell

Practical Sheep Keeping explains everything you need to know to manage sheep and keep them healthy. Aimed particularly at the keeper of the small flock - say around thirty ewes - the principles nevertheless...


Manual of Lambing Techniques

by Agnes Winter & Cicely Hill

Lambing can be a challenging prospect whether it's your first or your thirty-first season. This highly practical manual will take you through the period approaching, during and immediately after lambing. Advice...


The Warbler Guide

by Tom Stephenson & Scott Whittle

Warblers are among the most challenging birds to identify. They exhibit an array of seasonal plumages and have distinctive yet oft-confused calls and songs. The Warbler Guide enables you to quickly identify...


Into the Woods: The Battle for Tasmania's Forests

by Anna Krien

Winner, Queensland Premier's Literary Awards 2011

Winner, Victorian Premier's Literary Awards 2011

For many years, the Tasmanian wilderness has been the site of a fierce struggle. At stake is the future of...


Alaska's Brooks Range: The Ultimate Mountains

by John Kaufmann

In-depth profile of one of the world's last unspoiled wilderness.


Hope Is the Thing With Feathers: A Personal Chronicle of Vanished Birds

by Christopher Cokinos

A prizewinning poet and nature writer weaves together natural history, biology, sociology, and personal narrative to tell the story of the lives, habitats, and deaths of six extinct bird species.


Happy-Go-Local: The Smart Mom's Guide to Living the Good (and sustainable) Life!

by Linsly Donnelly

CSAs or farmers' markets?

Upcycling or freecycling?

Carpools or staycations?

All of the above?

They're all great choices - but how do you decide where your family's time and energy is best spent?

In Happy-Go-Local...


Salt Water Fly Fishing

by Joe Brooks

Brooks was one of the earliest pioneers of salt water techniques and saltwater flies. His book, originally published in 1950, remains one of the best overall guides to the sport.


Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century

by Ann K. Ferrell

Once iconic American symbols, tobacco farms are gradually disappearing. It is difficult for many people to lament the loss of a crop that has come to symbolize addiction, disease, and corporate deception; yet,...


Megadisasters: The Science of Predicting the Next Catastrophe

by Florin Diacu

Can we predict cataclysmic disasters such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, or stock market crashes? The Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 claimed more than 200,000 lives. Hurricane Katrina killed over 1,800 people...


What the Animals Taught Me: Stories of Love and Healing from an Animal Santuary

by Stephanie Marohn

What the Animals Taught Me is a collection of stories about rescued farm animals in a shelter in Sonoma County, California, and what these animals can teach us. Each story illuminates how animals can help us...


Talking With the Animals

by Patty Summers

Is it really possible to talk with animals? Or at least to realize that they are talking to us all the time? Patty Summers listens and understands.

An "animal communicator," Summers can converse directly with...