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  • North Writers IIby John Henricksson; Paul Gruchow

    University of Minnesota Press 1997; US$ 48.00

    The essays included in North Writers II explore the special relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged yet beautiful landscape that surrounds them. more...

  • Tunaby Richard Ellis

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2008; US$ 18.00

    Famed marine researcher and illustrator Richard Ellis brings us a work of scientific achievement that will forever change the way we think about fish, fishing, and the dangers inherent in the seafood we eat. The bluefin tuna is one of the world's biggest, fastest, and most highly evolved marine animals, as well as one of its most popular delicacies.... more...

  • A Keeper of Beesby Allison Wallace

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 23.95

    I was hooked. Call it adrenaline surge, call it honeybee venom in my veins?whatever the explanation, henceforth I would need these funky little critters in my life. Givers of sweet, thick honey, bringers forth of the fruits from trees and bushes and who knew what else, they also gave more food for thought than a body could know what to do with. ?from... more...

  • Owls Aren't Wise & Bats Aren't Blindby Warner Shedd

    Crown/Archetype 2007; US$ 16.00

    Did you know that "flying" squirrels are incapable of true flight? Were you aware that opossums don't "play dead," as in the common folk saying "playing possum"? In this fascinating and gorgeously illustrated new book, wildlife expert and enthusiast Warner Shedd, former executive for the National Wildlife Federation, uncovers the scientific realities... more...

  • You Belong in a Zoo!by Peter Brazaitis

    Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 14.95

    From catching alligators in the reservoirs of New York and capturing giant crocodiles in Venezuela and giant frogs in West Africa to finding mummified human heads in a Bronx apartment, eels on a bus, cobras on the loose, and crocodiles that make change?a memoir of one man?s career working with exotic reptiles and other animals. After the teenage Peter... more...

  • Subantarctic Wildernessby Aleks Terauds; Fiona Stewart

    Allen & Unwin 2008; US$ 31.81

    A full illustrated celebration of the rugged beauty of remote Macquarie Island - half-way between Australia and Antarctica, pounded by the Southern Ocean and pulsing with wildlife. more...

  • Zambaby Ralph Helfer

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 10.49

    When Ralph Helfer, now one of Hollywood's top animal behaviorists, first began working, he was shocked by the cruelty that was accepted practice in the field. He firmly believed in "affection training" -- that love, not fear, should be the basis of any animal's development, even when dealing with the most dangerous of creatures. Then Zamba came into... more...

  • Extinctionby Michael Boulter

    HarperCollins UK 2002; US$ 19.95

    Sixty-five million years ago the dinosaurs were destroyed in a mass extinction event that could not have been predicted. Out of the devastation, new life developed and the world regained its natural equilibrium. Until now. Scientists, employing radically new perspectives on the science of life, are beginning to uncover signs of similar event on the... more...

  • Handbook of Market Creation for Biodiversityby Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2004; US$ 53.00

    The loss of biodiversity affects us in many ways. For some of us, its loss is felt in the same way that we regret the destruction of a great work of art -- it may not affect us directly, but the indirect impact is strong. For others, its loss is felt in changes in lifestyles and livelihoods -- the measurable costs are high. more...

  • Guidelines for establishing farm forestry accountancy networksby A Niskanen; W. Sekot

    BRILL 2001; US$ 95.00

    The main aim of these guidelines is to provide assistance for developing a generally applicable monitoring system for the assessment of the socio-economic performance of farm forestry enterprises. These were prepared to help to improve the base line of harmonisation for national and international development of farm forestry accounting and in particular... more...