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Listening to Cougar

by Cara Blessley Lowe & Marc Bekoff

This spellbinding tribute to Puma concolor honors the big cat's presence on the land and in our psyches. In some essays, the puma appears front and center: a lion leaps over Rick Bass's feet, hurtles off a cliff...


Island of Grass

by Ellen E. Wohl

Island of Grass tells the story of the Cathy Fromme Prairie Natural Area, a 240-acre preserve surrounded by housing developments in Fort Collins, Colorado. This small grassland is a remnant of the once-vast...


Implementing the Endangered Species Act on the Platte Basin Water Commons

by David M. Freeman

Water users of the Platte River Basin have long struggled to share this scarce commodity in the arid high plains, ultimately organizing collectively owned and managed water systems, allocating water along extensive...


Hiking Circuits in Rocky Mountain National Park

by Jack P. Hailman & Elizabeth D. Hailman

Hiking Circuits in Rocky Mountain National Park is the first guide dedicated entirely to the loop trails of Rocky Mountain National Park, trails that return hikers to their starting point without the necessity...


The Geysers of Yellowstone, Fourth Edition

by T. Scott Bryan

This revised popular field guide describes in detail each of the more than 500 geysers in Yellowstone National Park. With updated information and a new foreword by park archivist Lee Whittlesey, Geysers of Yellowstone...


The Explorer's Guide to Death Valley, Second Edition

by Betty Tucker-Bryan & T. Scott Bryan

Originally published in 1995, soon after Death Valley National Park became the fifty-third park in the U.S. park system, The Explorer's Guide to Death Valley National Park was the first complete guidebook available...


Big Wonderful

by Kevin Holdsworth

In this unconventional memoir, Kevin Holdsworth vividly portrays life in remote, unpredictable country and ruminates on the guts - or foolishness - it takes to put down roots and raise a family in a merciless...


Living Green: The Missing Manual: The Missing Manual

by Nancy Conner

Taking care of the earth is more important than ever, but the problems we're facing can seem overwhelming. Living Green: The Missing Manual helps make earth-friendly decisions more manageable by narrowing them...


The Boilerplate Rhino: Nature in the Eye of the Beholder

by David Quammen

In 1981 David Quammen began what might be every freelance writer's dream: a monthly column for Outside magazine in which he was given free rein to write about anything that interested him in the natural world....


Tropical Wetland Management: The South-American Pantanal and the International Experience

by Antonio Augusto Rossotto Ioris

In this book recent scientific development and politico-institutional experiences related to the conservation of the South-American Pantanal are explored in relation to what is happening in other tropical wetland...


Environmental Sociology: From Analysis to Action

by Leslie King & Deborah McCarthy Auriffeille

Environmental Sociology, intended for use in Environmental Sociology courses, uses sociological methods and perspectives to analyze key environmental issues. The reader is organized like an introduction to sociology...


The California Wildlife Habitat Garden: How to Attract Bees, Butterflies, Birds, and Other Animals

by Nancy Bauer

This attractive, practical guide explains how to transform backyard gardens into living ecosystems that are not only enjoyable retreats for humans, but also thriving sanctuaries for wildlife. Beautifully illustrated...


Sea of Slaughter

by Farley Mowat

The northeastern seaboard of North America, extending from Labrador to Cape Cod, was the first region of North America to suffer from human exploitation. Farley Mowat informs the extensive historical and biological...


What's Wrong with My Snake

by John Rossi & Roxanne Rossi

What's Wong with My Snake? is one reptile care book from the highly acclaimed Advanced Vivarium Systems series. The AVS series, founded and guided by herpetocultural pioneer Philippe de Vosjoli, is the #1 series...


The Box Turtle Manual

by Philippe De Vosjoli & Roger J. Klingenberg

The Box Turtle Manual seeks to “help prospective owners keep their turtles healthy and happy.” Given the low price tag placed on a box turtle in a pet shop, many casual shoppers add a box turtle to their...


Surviving Ourselves: The Evolution of Community, Education, and Agriculture in the 21st Century

by Eric Herm

Surviving Ourselves is about the vital relationship between Nature and the human spirit. In our intensive agricultural systems, our many ill-conceived business and political policies, this relationship has become...


Environmental Flows: Saving Rivers in the Third Millennium

by Angela H. Arthington

Environmental Flows describes the timing, quality, and quantity of water flows required to sustain freshwater and estuarine ecosystems and the human well-being and livelihoods that depend upon them. It answers...


Methods in Forest Canopy Research

by Margaret D. Lowman, Timothy D. Schowalter & Jerry F. Franklin

Poised between soil and sky, forest canopies represent a critical point of exchange between the atmosphere and the earth, yet until recently, they remained a largely unexplored frontier. For a long time, problems...


Dissent 101

by Wence Horak

This publication proves good things do come in small packages. This one not only reveals the crippling flaws of democracy, introduced and maintained by plutocrats, flaws destroying the society and nature alike,...


Introduction to California Chaparral

by Ronald D. Quinn, Sterling C., Dr. Keeley & Marianne D. Wallace

The characteristic look of California Chaparral-a soft bluish-green blanket of vegetation gently covering the hills-is known to millions who have seen it as the backdrop in movies and television productions....