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  • Mountain Tailsby Sharyn Munro

    Exisle Publishing 2009; US$ 4.99

    For 30 years Sharyn has shared her mountain forest wildlife refuge with the native animals, from quolls to kookaburras, snakes to kangaroos, frogs to koalas. As her sole companions for the past six years, they have provided a wealth of material that Sharyn has captured here in both words and drawings. So come and take a walk in Sharyn's gumboots... more...

  • Lone Star Menagerieby Jim Harris

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2000; US$ 17.99

    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... more...

  • Physiological Mechanisms Of Marine Pollutant Toxicityby Winona Vernberg

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95

    Physiological Mechanisms of Marine Pollutant Toxicity contains the proceedings of a symposium on ""Pollution and Marine Organisms"" held at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, on November 30 to December 3, 1981. It explores the effects of pollutants, such as petroleum hydrocarbons, heavy metals, and pesticides, on the physiology... more...

  • Aussie Animal Oppositesby Liz Faul

    National Library of Australia 2009; US$ 2.99

    See the quiet quokka rocking her baby to sleep and the noisy numbat banging on the drums. Watch the energetic emu winning her race and the lazy lizard lounging in the sun (with his sunscreen on, of course). Have fun with words and their opposites in Aussie Animal Opposites and see what these 24 Aussie animals get up to. more...

  • Islands at Risk?by J. Connell

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2013; US$ 40.00

    This book provides a wide-ranging comparative analysis of contemporary economic, social, political and environmental change in small islands, island states and territories, through every ocean. It focuses on those island realms conventionally perceived as developing, rather than developed, in the Caribbean, Pacific and Indian Oceans. John Connell examines... more...

  • The Birdwatcher's Yearby Richard Williamson

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2013; US$ 9.99

    This charming and practical handbook is bursting with tips, facts and folklore to guide you through the birdwatching year. Find out how to identify birds by sight or song, everything you need to know about their behaviour, habitats and breeding and migration habits, and tips for encouraging birds into your garden. Also includes handy diary pages for... more...

  • The Shark that Walks on Landby Michael Bright

    Biteback Publishing 2013; US$ 14.57

    Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water… When you dive into the sea, do you ever wonder what?s down there, beneath you, poised to take an inquisitive bite? Author of Jaws Peter Benchley and film director Steven Spielberg certainly did, for below the waves lies a world we neither see nor understand; an alien world where we are but... more...

  • The Bushveldby Lee Gutteridge

    30 Degrees South Publishers 2012; US$ 30.00

    This revised, updated and expanded second edition of Lee Gutteridge’s comprehensive field guide covers a broad cross section of the most prominent species of flora and fauna of the South African Bushveld, including large parts of the Kruger Lowveld; all combined into one user-friendly manual that can be used by tourists and professional field... more...

  • Biospeleologyby A. Vandel; G. A. Kerkut

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Biospeleology: The Biology of Cavernicolous Animals discusses the fundamental concepts in understanding the biological make up of cave-dwelling animals. The title aims to relate the subterranean world as a habitat for organisms. The first part of the text tackles basic concerns, such as the concept of the subterranean world and cavernicoles, along... more...

  • A Summer of Birdsby Danny Heitman

    LSU Press 2008; US$ 19.95

    Danny Heitman is an award-winning columnist for the The Advocate (Baton Rouge) and a member of the The Advocate 's editorial board. He has contributed essays to the Smithsonian, Christian Science Monitor , and other national publications and recently won the In Character prize for editorial and opinion writing. more...