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An eminently readable natural history of" Ursus arctos horribilis."
A selection of articles from the famed section of the New York Times assembled into a fast-paced journalistic style contain cutting-edge research on birds
A look at the way frightening but fragile sharks skates and rays live their lives Z99 a species-by-species account of the worlds principal shark types
Another great Hoagland journey -- from the adventures of New York City tugboatmen to Cairo.
From getting to the right place with the right equipment to experienced tips on stalking.
Detailed information about where to see these creatures, how to keep a watching log, institutions that are key to the study of whales, and sources of information on local whalewatching activities, all make this a comprehensive and useful guide.
Deanna Kawatski's personal account of raising a family in the Canadian wilderness. "A fascinating account ... unique in the modern world". -- Elizabeth Marshall Thomas
There's more than one kind of Texas native-we share our magnificent state with numerous other species some with four legs or more and some with no legs at all. Naturalist Jim Harris has studied most of them, and in Lone Star Menagerie he shares some little-known facts, fascinating tales, and amusing personal experiences with these creatures that we live alongside.
This informative guide makes it easy to identify birds in a backyard, favorite parks, and wildlife areas.
A wonderful combination of practical information about beekeeping and spiritual insight.
The best field guide ever published on animal tracking in the United States
The 44 chapters in "Birding Oregon" describe over 200 birding sites, and include samples from all the major ecoregions in Oregon. All sites listed in the book meet three criteria: They offer consistently good birding, are located on public land or on land open to the birding public, and are accessible in a normal passenger car.
The Easy Bird Guide Western Region is the perfect identification guide for beginner and casual birdwatchers of all ages The authors all renowned experts have carefully chosen 350 of the most common birds seen in backyards in the woods and near water