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The Oil Man and the Sea: Navigating the Northern Gateway

by Arno Kopecky

A sailing trip along the proposed Northern Gateway marine route with a fresh new voice in non-fiction.

With oil and gas behemoth Enbridge Inc.’s Northern Gateway proposal nearing approval, supertankers loaded...


Dragon Songs: Love and Adventure Among Crocodiles, Alligators, and Other Dinosaur Relations

by Vladimir Dinets

A born naturalist and a fearless traveler, Vladimir Dinets wrote travel guides, conducted field research, and lived a couple of lives before he was accepted into the PhD program in zoology at the University...


The Frog with Self-Cleaning Feet: ...and Other Extraordinary Tales from the Animal World

by Michael Bright

Did you know that an ostrich egg can make an omelet for ten people? How about that crocodiles have the world’s most powerful bite, yet their mouths can be held shut by a man’s bare hands? Or that box jellyfish...


The Trees of San Francisco

by Michael Sullivan

Trees of San Francisco introduces readers to the rich variety of trees that thrive in San Francisco’s unique conditions. San Francisco’s cool Mediterranean climate has made it home to interesting and unusual...


The Garden Explored

by Mia Amato & The Exploratorium

What makes your garden grow? Mia Amato offers a basketful of tips on understanding everything from basic soil chemistry to the inner life of plants.


Fly Fishing the Colorado River: An Angler's Guide

by Al Marlowe & Karnen Christopherson

The guide is dedicated to the mighty Colorado River, from its headwaters through western Colorado. Each chapter covers a section of the river and provides information on access, parking, seasons, hatches, recommended...


Riverbanks Zoo and Garden: Forty Wild Years

by Palmer "Satch" Krantz & Monique Blanchette Jacobs

A fortieth anniversary celebration of an award-winning zoo and botanical garden in South Carolina


(Before): A Journey from

by V.H. Alcantar

Synopsis:

I wrote (Before) A Journey From Starting with a near-death experience as a child just "(Before)," a child is said to come to know in terms of concepts, I began a search for how and why I tend to see...


Why Dogs Hump and Bees Get Depressed: The Fascinating Science of Animal Intelligence, Emotions, Friendship, and Conservation

by Marc Bekoff

This collection of popular, jargon-free essays showcases the fascinating cognitive abilities of other animals as well as their empathy, compassion, grief, humor, joy, and love.


100 Facts About Pandas

by David O'Doherty & Claudia O'Doherty

Pandas are irresistible and people think they know a lot about them. But only the true panda expert knows:

-The age of a panda can be determined by measuring the distance between its nipples

-In Egyptian hieroglyphics,...


Into the Storm: Violent Tornadoes, Killer Hurricanes, and Death-Defying Adventures in Extreme Weather

by Reed Timmer

An eye-of-the-hurricane view of storm chasing from the star of the Discovery Channel hit series Storm Chasers.

Only one in ten chases actually intercept a tornado-unless you're Reed Timmer. The thrill-seeking...


Hope for Wildlife: True Stories of Animal Resuce

by Ray MacLeod

One day, a couple who had run over a skunk with their car brought it to the Dartmouth Veterinary Hospital. When the veterinarians couldn't look after it, Hope Swinimer decided to take the helpless animal into...


Saurus Street 6: A Diplodocus Trampled My Teepee

by Nick Falk & Tony Flowers

Saurus Street is just like any other street . . . except for the dinosaurs!Captain Saurus was a legendary pirate. He had a dinosaur-bone leg and a magic glass eye that could bring fossils to life!And when Jack...


Saurus Street 5: A Plesiosaur Broke My Bathtub

by Nick Falk & Tony Flowers

Saurus Street is just like any other street . . . except for the dinosaurs!Thomas's grandparents house is ancient. There's no electricity, and the toilet is a creaky old cabin outside. Thomas is terrified of...


Plan Bee: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Hardest-Working Creatures on thePlanet

by Susan Brackney

A guided tour inside the world of bees

Overtaxed and underrecognized-and now disappearing in alarming numbers- bees are the unsung heroes of the food chain, essential for the pollination of more than ninety...


The Cloudspotter's Guide: The Science, History, and Culture of Clouds

by Gavin Pretor-Pinney

Now in paperback: the runaway British bestseller that has cloudspotters everywhere looking up.

Where do clouds come from? Why do they look the way they do? And why have they captured the imagination of timeless...


Deadly Powers: Animal Predators and the Mythic Imagination

by Paul A. Trout

In this illuminating and evocative exploration of the origin and function of storytelling, the author goes beyond the work of mythologist Joseph Campbell, arguing that mythmaking evolved as a cultural survival...


The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators, and the Struggle for a Forgotten Frontier

by Colin Woodard

For more than four hundred years the people of coastal Maine have clung to their rocky, wind-swept lands, resisting outsiders’ attempts to control them while harvesting the astonishing bounty of the Gulf of...


Varieties of Environmentalism: Essays North and South

by Ramachandra Guha & Joan Martínez Alier

Until very recently, studies of the environmental movement have been heavily biased towards the North Atlantic worlds. There was a common assumption amongst historians and sociologists that concerns over such...


How to Walk a Puma: And Other Things I Learned While Stumbling through South America

by Peter Allison

On his nineteenth birthday, Peter Allison flipped a coin. One side would take him to Africa and the other to South America, the two places he wanted to explore before he died. He recounted his time spent as...