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The Double Helix

The Double Helix

by James D Watson

"A Touchstone book."
A Sand County Almanac

A Sand County Almanac

by Aldo Leopold

A Sand County Almanac is a 1949 non-fiction book written by American ecologist and environmentalist Aldo Leopold. Describing the land around Leopold's home in Sauk County, Wisconsin and his thoughts on developing a "land ethic," it was edited and published by his son, Luna, a year after Leopold's death from a heart attack. The collection of essays is considered to be a landmark book in the American conservation movement.
Cod

Cod

by Mark Kurlansky

A delightful romp through history with all its economic forces laid bare, Cod is the biography of a single species of fish, but it may as well be a world history with this humble fish as its recurring main character. Cod, it turns out, is the reason Europeans set sail across the Atlantic, and it is the only reason they could. What did the Vikings eat in icy Greenland and on the five expeditions to America recorded in the Icelandic sagas? Cod, frozen and dried in the frosty air, then broken into pieces... Read more
Isaac's Storm

Isaac's Storm

by Erik Larson

Erik Larson, a contributor to Time magazine, is the author of The Naked Consumer and Lethal Passage (Crown, 1994). His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Harper's, and other national magazines. He lives in Seattle.
African Game Trails

African Game Trails

by Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt declined to run for reelection as President of the United States in 1908. Partly as a vacation, partly to avoid the press as his friend Taft set up a new administration, (and partly for self-promotion), T.R. set out for Africa to hunt big game and collect specimens for a future exposition at the Smithsonian. Scribner's magazine underwrote the trip by paying $50,000 for twelve articles. It is these articles that eventually became African Game Trails.In April 1909, T.R. and his son... Read more
The Expression Of the Emotions In Man and Animals

The Expression Of the Emotions In Man and Animals

by Charles Darwin

The most popular of Darwin's books during his lifetime, in a beautifully illustrated new edition Featuring dozens of color photographs from Darwin's original publication, this edition-issued to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth-makes this classic study newly accessible to modern readers. Published in 1872, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals was a book at the very heart of Darwin's research interests. Darwin's main goal was to demonstrate the power of his theories for... Read more
Crusoe Of Lonesome Lake

Crusoe Of Lonesome Lake

by Leland Stowe

Immense Journey

Immense Journey

by Loren Eiseley

Algonquin Story

Algonquin Story

by Audrey Saunders

Reader's Digest North American Wildlife

Reader's Digest North American Wildlife

by Editors Of Reader's Digest

The Malay Archipelago

The Malay Archipelago

by Alfred Russel Wallace

The Sibley Guide To Birds

The Sibley Guide To Birds

by David Allen Sibley

Bird Songs

Bird Songs

by Les Beletsky

A Field Guide To the Birds

A Field Guide To the Birds

by Roger Tory Peterson

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Cache Lake Country

by John J Rowlands

 A record of life in the great North Woods, which provides nature lovers with an abundance of information on woodcraft and the outdoors.
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The Birds Of America

by John James Audubon

Written by naturalist John James
Audubon, the Birds of America is one of the most prized and collected
books of all time. In addition to the stunning colors and detail in
Audubon's work, it is noteworthy also because of its ambitious scope:
to paint every bird in North America. Six of the birds painted have
become extinct since its publication.
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National Geographic Magazine

by Gilbert H, Editor Grosvenor

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Readers Digest North American Wildlife

by Reader's Digest Editors

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The Living Planet

by David Attenborough

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