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White Hunters

by Brian Herne

East Africa affects our imagination like few other places: The sight of a charging rhino goes directly to the heart; the limitless landscape of bony highlands, desert, and mountain is, as Isak Dinesen wrote,...


Cathedral of the Wild: An African Journey Home

by Boyd Varty

Boyd Varty had an unconventional upbringing. He grew up on Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa, a place where man and nature strive for balance, where perils exist alongside wonders. Founded more than eighty...


Falcon Pocket Guide: Birds of Alaska

by Todd Telander

Birds of Alaska is a field guide to the most common and sought-after species in the state. Conveniently sized to fit in your pocket and featuring full-color, detailed illustrations, this informative guide makes it...


Birds of West Virginia: A Falcon Field Guide [Tm]

by Todd Telander

Falcon Field Guides[TM] are full-color, visually appealing, on-the-go guides for identifying plants and animals and learning about nature.


Birds of Virginia: A Falcon Field Guide [Tm]

by Todd Telander

Falcon Field Guides[TM] are full-color, visually appealing, on-the-go guides for identifying plants and animals and learning about nature.


Birds of South Carolina: A Falcon Field Guide [Tm]

by Todd Telander

Falcon Field Guides[TM] are full-color, visually appealing, on-the-go guides for identifying plants and animals and learning about nature.


Mother Nature Is Trying to Kill You: A Lively Tour Through the Dark Side of the Natural World

by Dan Riskin

It may be a wonderful world, but as Dan Riskin (cohost of Discovery Canada’s Daily Planet) explains, it’s also a dangerous, disturbing, and disgusting one. At every turn, it seems, living things are trying...


Dance of the Dragonfly

by Donna Torres

Gracefully dancing across the pond, moving high into the beyond, together they rise up in the air without a care... as they dance the dance of the dragonfly... Suitable for all ages, Donna invites you to come...


Birds of Costa Rica: A Field Guide

by Carrol L. Henderson, Steve Adams & Alexander F. Skutch

At the biological crossroads of the Americas, Costa Rica hosts an astonishing array of plants and animals-over half a million species! Ecotourists, birders, and biologists come from around the world, drawn by...


Oology and Ralph's Talking Eggs: Bird Conservation Comes Out of Its Shell

by Carrol L. Henderson

Before modern binoculars and cameras made it possible to observe birds closely in the wild, many people collected eggs as a way of learning about birds. Serious collectors called their avocation "oology" and...


The Seasons of the Robin

by Don Grussing

In a small nest in a large oak tree, the drama begins. A young American Robin breaks open his shell and emerges into a world that will provide the warmth of sunny days and the life-threatening chill of cold,...


Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico, Volume 2: Scorpaeniformes to Tetraodontiformes

by John D. McEachran & Janice D. Fechhelm

This book is the second of two volumes that cover the entire fish fauna of the Gulf of Mexico. It includes the orders Scorpaeniformes, Perciformes, Pleuronectiformes, and Tetraodontiformes. Keys and descriptions...


Texas Bobwhites: A Guide to Their Foods and Habitat Management

by Jon A. Larson, Timothy E. Fulbright & Leonard A. Brennan

Northern bobwhites are one of the most popular game birds in the United States. In Texas alone, nearly 100,000 hunters take to the field each fall and winter to pursue wild bobwhite quail. Texas is arguably...


The Behavior of Texas Birds

by Kent Rylander

Whether it's the sudden, plunging dives of Brown Pelicans, the singing and aerial displays of Northern Mockingbirds, or the communal nesting of Purple Martins, innate and learned behaviors are some of the most...


Venomous Snakes of Texas: A Field Guide

by Andrew H. Price

Texas has about one hundred twenty native species and subspecies of snakes, fifteen of which are venomous. Since 1950, Texans have turned to the Poisonous Snakes of Texas pamphlet series published by the Texas...


Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico, Vol. 1: Myxiniformes to Gasterosteiformes

by John McEachran & Janice D. Fechhelm

The Gulf of Mexico is the ninth largest body of water in the world and contains over 15 percent of all known species of marine fishes. This diverse fish fauna has been the subject of many publications, but,...


Peregrine Falcon: Stories of the Blue Meanie

by James H. Enderson & Robert Katona

A superb success as a bird, combining great speed, aeronautical grace, and fearlessness...inhabitant of wild places, inaccessible cliffs, and skyscrapers...worldwide dweller, trans-equatorial migrant, and docile...


Roger Tory Peterson: A Biography

by Douglas Carlson

Beginning with his 1934 Field Guide to the Birds, Roger Tory Peterson introduced literally millions of people to the pleasures of observing birds in the wild. His field guide, which has gone through five editions...


Saving Migrant Birds: Developing Strategies for the Future

by John Faaborg

In the 1980s, numerous scientific surveys documented both declining bird populations, especially among Neotropical songbirds that winter in the tropics, and the loss of tropical rain forest habitat. Drawing...


The Amazing Armadillo: Geography of a Folk Critter

by Larry L. Smith & Robin W. Doughty

Perhaps no creature has so fired the imagination of a populace as the armadillo-that most ungainly, awkward, and timid little animal. Its detractors call it a varmint and wish it good speed from the Lone Star...