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Ecology of the Marine Fishes of Cuba

by Rodolfo Claro, Kenyon C. Lindeman & Lynne R. Parenti

Situated at the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba's coastal waters are home to one of the most diverse fish faunas in the Western Hemisphere. However, until now,...


Hawks in Flight: Second Edition

by Pete Dunne, Clay Sutton & David Sibley

An indispensable guide for hawk watchers, this is a completely new edition of the seminal book that introduced a holistic method for identifying distant birds in flight.

 


Among Chimpanzees: Field Notes from the Race to Save Our Endangered Relatives

by Nancy J. Merrick & Jane Goodall

A former student and colleague of Jane Goodall shares stories of chimps and their heroes, and takes readers on a journey to save man’s closest relative.

 

Unbeknownst to much of the public, chimps are in trouble:...


The Lore of the Honey Bee - Natural History and Bee-Keeping

by Tickner Edwardes

Originally published in 1908. One of the earliest books on bee keeping and the natural history of the honey bee. Contents Include: The Ancients and the Honey Bee The Isle of Honey Bee Masters in the Middle Ages...


First Lessons In Beekeeping

by C. P. Dadant

Originally published in 1917, this is a wonderful early work on beekeeping and contains much information and many photos. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are...


Animal Madness: How Anxious Dogs, Compulsive Parrots, and Elephants in Recovery Help Us Understand Ourselves

by Laurel Braitman

** “Science Friday” Summer Reading Pick**

**Discover magazine Top 5 Summer Reads**

**People magazine Best Summer Reads**

“[A] lovely, big-hearted book…brimming with compassion and the tales of the many,...


The Dragonfly Diaries: The Unlikely Story of Europe's First Dragonfly Sanctuary

by Ruary Mackenzie Dodds

Britain is home to some forty species of dragonfly, and public interest in their plight is high right now thanks to their primeval beauty, aerobatic grace and a growing realisation of their importance for water...


Think! Eat! Act!: A Sea Shepherd Chef's Vegan Recipes

by Raffaella Tolicetti

Featuring the wide variety of vegan food prepared on the ships of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, this goal-oriented cookbook shows how to make delicious meals while engaged in activism. From Italian...


Laboratory Animal Welfare

by Kathryn Bayne

Laboratory Animal Welfare provides a comprehensive, up-to-date look into the new science of animal welfare within laboratory research. Animals specifically considered include rodents, cats and dogs, nonhuman...


Dinosaurs: Fun Facts, Photos, and Trivia about Dinosaurs for Kids

by Franz Hoffmann

Did You Know? Fossils of over 108 different dinosaur species have been found in Great Britain. Even though they existed over millions of years, there are currently only 700 known dinosaur species. However, most...


Pigeons: The Fascinating Saga of the World's Most Revered and Reviled Bird

by Andrew D. Blechman

Pigeons have been worshipped as fertility goddesses and revered as symbols of peace. Domesticated since the dawn of man, they’ve been used as crucial communicators in war by every major historical superpower...


A Certain Curve of Horn: The Hundred-Year Quest for the Giant Sable Antelope of Angola

by John Frederick Walker

In A Certain Curve of Horn, veteran journalist John Frederick Walker tells the story of one of the most revered and endangered of the regal beasts of Africa: the giant sable antelope of Angola, a majestic,...


Bella's New Wings: An Adventure

by Kendra Jackson

"What a lovely butterfly," exclaimed Mrs. Ludwig as she observed out of the kitchen window. "Hmmm, and another and another and another," counted her eldest daughter as she too became curiously interested in...


Mammals of Montana: Second Edition

by Kerry R Foresman & Alexander V Badyaev

Mammals, named after the presence of mammary glands, nurse their young and have fur, but that's where their similarities end. Some dig underground homes, some live in social groups, some hunt underwater, some...


Amphibians and Reptiles of Montana

by Kirwin J. Werner, Bryce A Maxell & Paul Hendricks

This comprehensive field guide provides color photographs, descriptions, and eight identification keys (including egg and larval stages) that allow both the layperson and the professional to identify Montana's...


Birds in Flight: The Art and Science of How Birds Fly

by Carrol L. Henderson & Steve Adams

They soar and they glide, they flap and they flutter, they swoop and they plummet.  Solo or en masse, in formation or pas de deux, birds in flight are in their element, their airborne behavior as varied and...


The Eagle's Way: Nature's New Frontier in a Northern Landscape

by Jim Crumley

“The best nature writer working in Britain today.” – The Los Angeles Times. Eagles, more than any other bird, spark our imaginations. These magnificent creatures encapsulate the majesty and wildness of Scottish...


Fisherman's Bible: The World's Most Comprehensive Angling Reference

by Jay Cassell & Kirk Deeter

In the tradition of the bestselling Shooter’s Bible, Skyhorse Publishing presents the Fisherman’s Bible, the most complete reference guide for new fishing equipment and their specifications. Now, anglers...


The Field Guide to Chickens

by Pam Percy

The story of the chicken traces the interactions of cultures around the globe. From Southeast Asia 8,000 years ago, chickens spread to ancient China and Japan, the Middle East, Europe during the rise and fall...


Nature's Nether Regions: What the Sex Lives of Bugs, Birds, and Beasts Tell Us AboutEvolution, Biodiversity, and Ourselves

by Menno Schilthuizen

The story of evolution as you've never heard it before

What's the easiest way to tell species apart? Check their genitals. Researching private parts was long considered taboo, but scientists are now beginning...