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Horses Through Time

by Sandra Olsen

This paperback edition is a comprehensive, illustrated compilation of essays by some of the world's foremost authorities on horses.


The Story of Brutus: My Life with Brutus the Bear and the Grizzlies of North America

by Casey Anderson

The heart-warming story of the incredible friendship between National Geographic star Casey Anderson and an 800-pound grizzly bear named Brutus, as seen on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Animal Planet, and Good Morning...


Mariposa Road: The First Butterfly Big Year

by Robert Michael Pyle

Part road-trip tale, part travelogue of lost and found landscapes, all good-natured natural history, Mariposa Road tracks Bob Pyle’s journey across the United States as he races against the calendar

in his...


All Things Reconsidered: My Birding Adventures

by Roger Tory Peterson & Bill , III Thompson III

Roger Tory Peterson’s unique perspective on birding comes to life in these highly personal narratives. Here he relates his adventures during a lifetime of birding and traveling the world to observe and record...


My First Summer in the Sierra: Illustrated Edition

by John Muir & Galen Rowell

John Muir's seminal work, My First Summer in the Sierra, details Muir's first extended trip to the Sierra Nevada in what is now Yosemite National Park, a landscape that entranced him immediately and had a profound...


Swampwalker's Journal: A Wetlands Year

by David M. Carroll

David Carroll has dedicated his life to art and to wetlands. He is as passionate about swamps, bogs, and vernal ponds and the creatures who live in them as most of us are about our families and closest friends....


The Edge of the Sea

by Robert W. Hines & Rachel Carson

In her luminous descriptions of intertidal life, Carson shows her remarkable ability to describe the beauties of science and the natural world.


A Conservationist Manifesto

by Scott Russell Sanders

As an antidote to the destructive culture of consumption dominating American life today, Scott Russell Sanders calls for a culture of conservation that allows us to savor and preserve the world, instead of devouring...


Everglades Patrol

by Tom Shirley

As law enforcement officer and game manager for the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Lt. Tom Shirley was the law in one of the last true frontiers in the nation--the Florida Everglades.

In Everglades...


Climate Matters: Ethics in a Warming World (Norton Global Ethics Series)

by John Broome

A vital new moral perspective on the climate change debate. Esteemed philosopher John Broome avoids the familiar ideological stances on climate change policy and examines the issue through an invigorating new...


Air: The Restless Shaper of the World

by William Bryant Logan

The author of Dirt and Oak brings to life this quickest, most sustaining, most communicative element of the earth. Air sustains the living. Every creature breathes to live, exchanging and changing the atmosphere....


Oak: The Frame of Civilization

by William Bryant Logan

The ultimate distance race is within your reach-a completely updated edition of the now-classic work.Professional arborist and award-winning nature writer William Bryant Logan deftly relates the delightful history...


Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal

by Tristram Stuart

The true cost of what the global food industry throws away. With shortages, volatile prices and nearly one billion people hungry, the world has a food problem—or thinks it does. Farmers, manufacturers, supermarkets...


Fire

by Sebastian Junger

Forest fires, terrorism, war: explorations of danger by the author of The Perfect Storm.For readers and viewers of The Perfect Storm, opening this long-awaited new work by Sebastian Junger will be like stepping...


Dawn Light: Dancing with Cranes and Other Ways to Start the Day

by Diane Ackerman

A celebrated storyteller-poet-naturalist explores a year of dawns in her most personal book to date. In an eye-opening sequence of personal meditations through the cycle of seasons, Diane Ackerman awakens us...


The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea

by Sebastian Junger

There is nothing imaginary about Junger's book; it is all terrifyingly, awesomely real.--Los Angeles Times It was the storm of the century, boasting waves over one hundred feet high—a tempest created by so...


Natural Acts: A Sidelong View of Science and Nature

by David Quammen

"David Quammen is simply the best natural essayist working today."--Tim Cahill, author of Lost in My Own Backyard

"Lively writing about science and nature depends less on the offering of good answers, I think,...


Monster of God: The Man-Eating Predator in the Jungles of History and the Mind

by David Quammen

"Rich detail and vivid anecdotes of adventure....A treasure trove of exotic fact and hard thinking."-The New York Times Book Review, front pageFor millennia, lions, tigers, and their man-eating kin have kept...


The Golden Spruce: A True Story of Myth, Madness, and Greed

Governor General's Award for Non-Fiction 2005

by John Vaillant

A tale of obsession so fierce that a man kills the thing he loves most: the only giant golden spruce on earth. When a shattered kayak and camping gear are found on an uninhabited island in the Pacific Northwest,...


Mapping the Deep: The Extraordinary Story of Ocean Science

by Robert Kunzig

A vivid, up-to-date tour of the Earth's last frontier, a remote and mysterious realm that nonetheless lies close to the heart of even the most land-locked reader.

The sea covers seven-tenths of the Earth, but...