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Paperback, Tony Rice, 165pages, 6 x 95, ISBN: 9781574092905
Using a question-and-answer format, this entertaining book addresses over 100 general interest questions about the sea, sea life, seabirds and man s relationship with the sea. Why is the sea salty? Does anything eat jellyfish? Why do whales sing? How do flying fish fly? Who owns the oceans?...

Hardcover, Andy Lamb and Bernard Hanby, 390pages, 8.75 x 11.5, ISBN: 9781550173611
A photographic encyclopedia of seaweeds, invertebrates and selected fishes found in NW waters. This is the most comprehensive collection of photos of NW marine life ever published. Includes over 1,400 saltwater plants and animals and 1,700 color photographs.

Paperback, Mark Kurlansky, 282pages, 5 x 7.25, ISBN: 9780140275018
Spans a thousand years and four continents to tell the history of cod fishing and the fish that changed the world and made possible the settlement of North America.

Leather Bound, 192pages, 4 x 0.8 x 6, ISBN: 9781604336412
Put pen to paper alongside celebrated naturalist John Muir’s inspirational quotes and musings in this beautifully designed notebook, and let your own creativity flow!  John Muir was an avid journaler on his many adventures into the wilderness, often filling pages with drawings...

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Paperback, JIM ROBBINS, 256pages, 5.2 x 0.6 x 7.9, ISBN: 9780812981292
The Man Who Planted Trees  is the inspiring story of David Milarch’s quest to clone the biggest trees on the planet in order to save our forests and ecosystem—as well as a hopeful lesson about how each of us has the ability to make a difference. “When is the best time to plant a tree?...

Paperback, PierreYves Bely & Sally Bely, 312pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9781574092400
A vastly entertaining, eclectic and informative compendium of 211 questions and answers about ships, the sky and the sea. Why are cold seas green and warm seas blue' 150 color illustrations.

Paperback, David Montgomery, 271pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780813342993
Traces the human impact on salmon over the last 1,000 years and examines the implications for recovery of salmon stocks as well as threatened species world wide. Concludes with provocative recommendations for natural resource use.

Paperback, Guy & Laura Waterman, 304pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9781581573947
"A classic of backpacking literature" ( Backpacker ), now updated with a brand-new foreword by environmentalist and best-selling author Bill McKibben Originally published as  Backwoods Ethics  in 1979, Laura and Guy Waterman's definitive guide to low-impact hiking and camping was...

Paperback, Julia Hill, 288pages, 5.3 x 8, ISBN: 9780062516596
On December 18, 1999, Julia Butterfly Hill's feet touched the ground for the first time in over two years, as she descended from "Luna," a thousand year-old redwood in Humboldt County, CA. Hill had climbed 180 feet up into the tree high on a mountain on December 10, 1997, for what she thought...

Paperback, 128pages, 7.9 x 0.4 x 10.9, ISBN: 9780307929822
Dr. Seuss's furry Earth-lover is on the loose! This Lorax coloring and activity book is filled with more than 100 zany scenes to color and complete and also includes a sheet of stickers. Perfect for creative minds ages 3-7 who love to let their imaginations run wild—Seuss-style!

Hardcover, Dr. Suess, 72pages, 8.3 x 0.4 x 11.2, ISBN: 9780394823379
"Unless someone like you...cares a whole awful lot...nothing is going to get better...It's not."  Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr. Seuss, speaking through his character the Lorax, warned against mindless progress and the danger it posed to the earth's natural beauty....

Paperback, Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, 40pages, 11.3 x 9.3, ISBN: 9780805099768
Once there was a redwood tree--one of the world's largest and tallest trees, and one of the oldest. And once, born nearly a thousand years after the tree first took root, there was a girl named Julia, who was called Butterfly. When exploring her beloved forest, Butterfly wandered into a grove...

Paperback, Gordon Hempton, John Grossmann, 368pages, ISBN: 9781416559108
In the visionary tradition of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, One Square Inch of Silence alerts us to beauty that we take for granted and sounds an urgent environmental alarm. Natural silence is our nation’s fastest-disappearing resource, warns Emmy-winning acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton, who...

Paperback, Julia Rothman, 224pages, 6 x 1 x 9, ISBN: 9781612122311
See the world in a whole new way! Acclaimed illustrator Julia Rothman combines art and science in this exciting and educational guide to the structure, function, and personality of the natural world. Explore the anatomy of a jellyfish, the inside of a volcano, monarch butterfly migration, how...

Hardcover, JOEL HARPER, 32pages, 9 x 0.4 x 9, ISBN: 9780971425453
An enjoyable day at the beach turns into a passion for art and marine conservation. With a swell comes a wave and a Sea Change! Story by Joel Harper, author of All the Way to the Ocean. Illustrations by Erin O'Shea

Paperback, Jon Young, 272pages, 5.3 x 0.7 x 8, ISBN: 9780544002302
“Jon Young knows birds, and you will too after reading his marvelous book. You’ll discover a universal bird language that will speak to you wherever you go outdoors. Every nature lover should read this book.”—Joseph Cornell, author of  Sharing Nature with Children  and  John...

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Paperback, Stacey O'Brien, 256pages, 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.5, ISBN: 9781416551775
On Valentine’s Day 1985, biologist Stacey O’Brien adopted Wesley, a baby barn owl with an injured wing who could not have survived in the wild. Over the next nineteen years, O’Brien studied Wesley’s strange habits with both a tender heart and a scientist’s eye—and provided a mice-only diet that...

Paperback, Sy Montgomery, 272pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9781451697728
Another  New York Times  bestseller from the author of  The Good Good Pig , this “fascinating…touching…informative…entertaining” ( Daily Beast ) book explores the emotional and physical world of the octopus—a surprisingly complex, intelligent, and spirited creature—and the remarkable...

Hardcover, Nick Neely, 200pages, 6 x 1 x 9, ISBN: 9781619028364
Coast: the edge of land, or conversely the edge of sea. Range: a measure between limits, or the scope or territory of a thing.  Coast Range , the debut collection of essays from writer Nick Neely, meticulously and thoughtfully dwells on these intersections and much more. The book’s title...

Paperback, Andrea Wulf, 576pages, 5.2 x 1.2 x 8, ISBN: 9780345806291
The acclaimed author of  Founding Gardeners  reveals the forgotten life of Alexander von Humboldt, the visionary German naturalist whose ideas changed the way we see the natural world—and in the process created modern environmentalism. NATIONAL BEST SELLER One of the  New York Times  10...

Paperback, Lyanda Lynn Haupt, 256pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780316019118
There are more crows now than ever. Their abundance is both a sign of ecological imbalance and a generous opportunity to connect with the animal world. CROW PLANET is a call to experience the wildlife in our midst, reminding us that we don't have to head to faraway places to encounter "nature."...

Paperback, Jennifer Ackerman, 352pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780399563126
An award-winning science writer tours the globe to reveal what makes birds capable of such extraordinary feats of mental prowess   Birds are astonishingly intelligent creatures. According to revolutionary new research, some birds rival primates and even humans in their remarkable forms...

Hardcover, Peter Wohlleben, 288pages, 5.5 x 7.5, ISBN: 9781771642484
“A paradigm-smashing chronicle of joyous entanglement that will make you acknowledge your own entanglement in the ancient and ever-new web of being.”—Charles Foster, author of  Being a Beast Are trees social beings? In this international bestseller, forester and author Peter...

Paperback, Noah Strycker, 336pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9781328494634
Traveling to 41 countries in 2015 with a backpack and binoculars, Noah Strycker became the first person to see more than half the world’s 10,000 species of birds in one year. In 2015, Noah Strycker set himself a lofty goal: to become the first person to see half the world’s birds in one year....
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