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  • 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...

  • Die Nutria in Deutschland: Ökologie, Verbreitung, Schäden und Management im internationalen Vergleichby Daniel Scheide

    Diplomica Verlag 2014; US$ 32.40

    Die Nutria ist ein semiaquatisches Säugetier, das ursprünglich aus Südamerika stammt. Durch Pelztierzucht wurde sie in der Vergangenheit in viele Länder, inklusive Deutschland, eingeführt. Durch unkontrollierte Freilassungen und Fluchten gelangten immer wieder Tiere in die Wildnis und konnten in vielen Ländern eigenständige Populationen gründen.Durch... more...

  • This Strange Wildernessby Nancy Plain

    UNP - Nebraska 2015; US$ 19.95

    Birds were ?the objects of my greatest delight,? wrote John James Audubon (1785?1851), founder of modern ornithology and one of the world?s greatest bird painters. His masterpiece, The Birds of America depicts almost five hundred North American bird species, each image?lifelike and life size?rendered in vibrant color. Audubon was also an explorer,... more...

  • In the Steps of The Great American Herpetologist, Karl Patterson Schmidtby A. Gilbert Wright; Matthew Kalmenoff

    M. Evans & Company 2014; Not Available

    This biography of noted scientist Karl Patterson Schmidt is especially designed for young naturalists, as his life story is accompanied by fun and accessible projects for the budding herpetologist. 20 b&w illustrations. more...

  • In the Steps of The Great American Zoologist, William Temple Hornadayby William Temple Hornaday; Kathleen Elgin

    M. Evans & Company 2014; Not Available

    This biography of noted conservationist William Temple Hornaday is especially designed for young naturalists, as his life story is accompanied by fun and accessible projects for the budding zoologist. 25 b&w illustrations. more...

  • Wild Lifeby Dick Pitman

    Lyons Press 2008; US$ 15.99

    Terrific, amusing, poignant account of 25 years in Zimbabwe as a wildlife conservationist, saving Rhinos and cheetahs, mapping out elephant corridors, and flying over wilderness to track animals. more...

  • Die Kunst der Benennungby Michael Ohl

    Matthes & Seitz Berlin Verlag 2015; US$ 23.85

    1942, mitten im Zweiten Weltkrieg, führt Hitler einen ganz persönlichen Kampf: den Kampf für die Spitzmaus. Biologen, die sich erdreistet hatten, dem irrtümlich als »Maus« bezeichneten Tier einen anderen Namen zu verpassen, drohte er mit einem Arbeitseinsatz an der Ostfront. Um die richtigen Namen für die Natur wird - wenn auch weniger dramatisch -... more...

  • Birdwatcherby Elizabeth Rosenthal

    Lyons Press 2010; US$ 16.99

    An intimate biography of the father of American birdwatching?including rare photographs. more...

  • John James Audubonby Richard Rhodes

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2004; US$ 18.95

    John James Audubon came to America as a dapper eighteen-year-old eager to make his fortune. He had a talent for drawing and an interest in birds, and he would spend the next thirty-five years traveling to the remotest regions of his new country?often alone and on foot?to render his avian subjects on paper. The works of art he created gave the world... more...