Shark Biology and Conservation a treat for shark lovers, writes Jason Motz for The Fur-Bearers.
President Theodore Roosevelt's conservationism contemplated in new book: Leave It As It Is by David Gessner.
G. A. Bradshaw pays tribute to Charlie with respect, admiration and a decent dose of trans-species psychology, a field of study that she founded. Talking With Bears: Conversations with Charlie Russell was published by Rocky Mountain Books in April this year.
Dr. Gilbert Proulx’s book spells out the scientific case to end the use of snares and strychnine.
Dr. Max Foran takes on the history, establishment, and politics of wildlife policy and challenges the status quo.
John E. Marriott’s book provides breathtaking photos with a truly Canadian story of a love of wildlife, photography,and growing up.
Photographer Jo-Anne McArthur turned her lens on zoos and aquariums. The results will change you.
There is a mounting body of evidence that shows that many species of animals have incredible intelligence, sentience, and depth of emotion long misunderstood. But,
In 1948 it rained beavers. That’s not quite true – 76 beavers were parachuted into the Idaho wilderness that year as part of an effort