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Barn Owl: Encounters in the Wild

by Jim Crumley

Renowned nature writer Jim Crumley gets up close and personal with some of Britain’s most iconic and loved animals – here, the barn owl.?The Encounters in the Wild series not only offers insights into their...


Tropical Gemstones

by Carol Clark

Gemstones, both mythical and real, are deeply embedded in the arts, religions and cultures of Southeast Asia. This Periplus Nature Guide provides an excellent introduction to the full range of superb gemstones...


Strange Wonders: Searching for My Youth in America's National Parks

by Dade W Thornton

In the summer of 1962, fifteen-year-old Whit Thornton took a seven week camping trip with his parents through eleven western national parks. Among his adventures was a technical climb of the Grand Teton, 13,770...


The Romance of the Fungus World: An Account of Fungus Life in Its Numerous Guises Both Real and Legendary

by R. T. and F. W. Rolfe

Mankind has always had a love-hate relationship with fungi. On the positive side, edible mushrooms and truffles are gastronomic delights, and certain fungi possess medicinal properties. On the other hand, many...


Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West

by Michael Moore & Mimi Kamp

A user-friendly guide to over three hundred species of medicinal plants geographically ranging from Baja California to Alaska.


Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West

by Michael Moore

A field guide, reference on home remedies, and treatise on the applications of herbal medicine.


Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Amphibians

by Ronald Heyer, Maureen A. Donnelly & Mercedes Foster

Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity is the first book to provide comprehensive coverage of standard methods for biodiversity sampling of amphibians, with information on analyzing and using data that...


Ancient Trees: Trees that live for a thousand years

by  Anna Lewington

Among all the varied productions with which Nature has adorned the surfaces of the earth, none awakens our sympathies, or interests our imagination so powerfully as those venerable trees, which seem to have...


The Field by the River: Uncovering the Nature of Country Life

by  Ken Burnett

The Field By The River is a thought-provoking and enchanting work; a joyous, charming celebration of the fragile, interconnected ecosystem that can be found if we only take the time to part the leaves, look...


The Bach Flowers

by Daphne & Cloe

The Bach Flowers - or Bach flower remedies - are an alternative medicine invented by British physician Edward Bach. And 'now known that our emotional states have a profound influence on our well-being and our...


A Sea in Flames

by Carl Safina

Carl Safina has been hailed as one of the top 100 conservations of the 20th century (Audubon Magazine) and A Sea in Flames is his blistering account of the months-long manmade disaster that tormented a region...


The Good Rain: Across Time & Terrain in the Pacific Northwest

by Timothy Egan

A fantastic book! Timothy Egan describes his journeys in the Pacific Northwest through visits to salmon fisheries, redwood forests and the manicured English gardens of Vancouver. Here is a blend of history,...


To Touch a Wild Dolphin: A Journey of Discovery with the Sea's Most Intelligent Creatures

by Rachel Smolker

To Touch a Wild Dolphin is the first intimate account of dolphin life in the wild. In 1982 Rachel Smolker traveled to Monkey Mia, a remote beach on the west coast of Australia where wild dolphins regularly interact...


The Chelsea Green Reader: Selections from 30 Years of Independent Publishing, 1984-2014

by Ben Watson & Ian Baldwin

Chelsea Green, the Vermont-based independent publisher, has always had a nose for authors and subjects that are way ahead of the cultural curve, as is evident in this new anthology celebrating the company's...


Impressions of the Big Thicket

by William A. Owens & Michael Frary

Before the establishment of the Big Thicket Nature Preserve, the Big Thicket of Texas became a symbol of nature's last stand against encroaching civilization. Here, in a mingling of ecological zones, come together...


RSPB Seabirds

by Marianne Taylor & David Tipling

Seabirds are the living links between land, air and sea. They enjoy a freedom that even humans, with all our technological assistance, can barely imagine. Many species travel mind-boggling distances across the...


Bush Versus the Environment

by Robert S. Devine

Since becoming president, George W. Bush has walked away from the Kyoto Protocol, pushed for oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, undermined protections for endangered species and wilderness,...


Land of Bears and Honey: A Natural History of East Texas

by Joe C. Truett & Daniel W. Lay

The story of the land, wildlife, and ecology of East Texas.


Plants of the Rio Grande Delta

by Alfred Richardson

The Rio Grande Delta is fabulously rich in wildflowers and other plant life. Lying in the geographically and environmentally diverse region common to southern Texas and northern Mexico, it supports plants that...


Bees: A Natural History

by Christopher O'Toole

The vital role of bees in human ecology is underlined by the estimate that every third mouthful of human food is dependent on the pollinating services of bees.

Only recently have biologists discovered that...