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Life In The Wild

Author: DK
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0756668395
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From the exquisite fragility of butterflies to the might and majesty of killer whales, explore the incredible diversity of life on Earth in this lavishly illustrated celebration of the animal kingdom. Filled with beautiful images of the natural world from around the globe, Life in the Wild compiles the best in nature photography into one sumptuous book. Following in the successful footsteps of Rainforest, Butterfly, and Reef, Life in the Wild showcases gorgeous photographs in their full glory, with concise captions to provide relevant details. Life in the Wild is a must-have addition to the libraries of nature lovers and photography afficiandos alike.

Life In The Wild

Author: Thomas Marent
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 1405348119
Size: 48.80 MB
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Discover the diversity and beauty of life in the wild through stunning photographs From the exquisite fragility of butterflies to the might and majesty of humpback whales, explore the incredible diversity of life on Earth in this lavishly illustrated celebration of the animal kingdom. Packed with awe-inspiring images of hundreds of species from some of the world’s top wildlife photographers.

A Life In The Wild

Author: Pamela S. Turner
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 9780374345785
Size: 57.32 MB
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For more than fifty years, explorer-naturalist George Schaller has been on a mission: to save the world’s great wild beasts and their environments. In this compelling biography, illustrated with Schaller’s own striking photographs, Pamela S. Turner examines the amazing life and groundbreaking work of the man International Wildlife calls “the world’s foremost field biologist.” Schaller’s landmark research revolutionalized field biology, demonstrating that it is possible to study dangerous animals in their own habitats: mountain gorillas in Central Africa, predatory tigers in India, mysterious snow leopards in the Himalayas, and many others. His insights about species and environment led him to successfully advocate for the protection of over 190,000 square miles of wilderness around the world – an area the size of Spain. Packed with grand adventure, intriguing science, dramatic photographs, and Schaller’s own breathtaking descriptions of the natural world and the animals who live in it, this full-color biography brilliantly captures the spirit and passion of George Schaller’s unusual – and inspiring – life in the wild.

Life In The Wild

Author: Andy Rouse
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781861084200
Size: 27.14 MB
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A repeat of the 2002 hardback, this paperback book follows a typical year in the fascinating life of the professional wildlife photographer and television presenter Andy Rouse. Practical on-the-road advice, professional tips and amusing anecdotes are enhanced by Rouse's breathtaking, award-winning photography and inimitable prose in this informative and visually remarkable diary.

The Children S Encyclopedia Of Animals

Author: Michael Chinery
Publisher: Armadillo
ISBN: 9781843228639
Size: 10.15 MB
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Find out how the different animals survive, hunt for food, escape from danger, communicate and raise their young; with more than 1500 photographs and illustrations, this expert book takes you on a fascinating journey into the animal kingdom.

Surviving The Island Of Grace

Author: Leslie Leyland Fields
Publisher: Epicenter Press
ISBN: 9780980082593
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This is a powerfully rendered story of a twenty-year-old newlywed transplanted from New Hampshire to a remote island in the immense Gulf of Alaska. Here, she must learn to live communally with her new family in primitive conditions without running water, electricity, or contact with the outside world. Even more challenging, she enters the dangerous and exhausting world of commercial salmon fishing. With an unflinching gaze, the author writes incisively about her first fifteen seasons on the island, exploring paradoxes of wilderness living, her changing spirituality, her difficult transition from young women to wife and mother, and her unusual childhood that prepared her for this uncommon life.

The Last River Rat

Author: J Scott Bestul
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 9780896587496
Size: 80.98 MB
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Kenny Salwey is a modern-day American hermit who has lived most of his life in the Mississippi river bottoms, coming to know the river ecosystem with an intimacy unavailable to most. Now, Kenny shares his love of, and knowledge about, the mighty river. The Last River Rat is a seasonal look at Kenny’s unique life. Each chapter covers a month of Kenny’s year and starts by detailing his activities—such as deer hunting, ginseng digging, or mushroom picking—and closes with one of Kenny’s own "Rat Tales": his personal thoughts on various aspects of his way of life, such as the importance of dogs or memories of other river rats with whom he has crossed paths. Through Kenny—a true naturalist who provides sage advice about living off the land and protecting the river’s ecology—and The Last River Rat, you’ll gain a greater appreciation for the natural world.

Life In The Wild

Author: DK Publishing
Publisher: Dk Pub
ISBN: 9780756656966
Size: 50.75 MB
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Features species throughout the animal kingdom in their natural habitat using images from the world's top wildlife photographers.