How Birds Evolve: What Science Reveals about Their Origin, Lives, and Diversity

How Birds Evolve: What Science Reveals About Their Origin, Lives & DiversityDouglas J. FutuymaPrinceton University Press (2021) Birds are one of the most fascinating group of animals. They have a great deal of diversity and live in nearly every habitat on the globe. Many have beautiful coloration, fascinating behavior, and beautiful voices. And of course,

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The River of the Mother of God: and Other Essays

The River of the Mother of God: and Other Essays is a collection of Aldo Leopold’s least known writings. Many of these were previously published in periodicals or were presented as lectures. There are even a few book reviews included. However, a great deal of the essays were found after Leopold’s death in 1948 and

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Habitats of the World: A Field Guide for Birders, Naturalists and Ecologists

Habitats of the World: A Field Guide for Birders, Naturalists and Ecologists is a massive undertaking to showcase, in great detail, every single habitat type across the globe. It was produced by Iain Campbell, Ken Behrens, Charley Hesse, and Phil Chaon, all of whom are professional nature guides for Tropical Birding Tours. The book covers

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Borderlands Restoration Network (Arizona)

Borderlands Restoration Network is a conservation non-profit with a sound mission:  “We partner to grow a restorative economy by rebuilding healthy ecosystems, restoring habitat for plants and wildlife, and reconnecting our border communities to the land through shared learning.” When the “borderlands” are referred to, we are always talking about the national boundary between the

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