Gifts for the national park enthusiast or the budding environmentalist, the perfect book to learn to love and live in the natural world is here.
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The second edition of the award-winning Atlas of Yellowstone contains 50% new material, making it the authoritative reference for the world’s first national park on its 150th anniversary.
- More than 1,000 maps, graphics, and photographs
- Contributions from more than 130 experts
- Detailed topographic maps of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
- Exploration of Yellowstone National Park’s influence over 150 years on conservation practice, park management, and American culture
- New, detailed visualizations of wildlife that take advantage of modern GPS technology to track individual animals and entire herds
- Place-name origins for Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and the surrounding region
The Accidental Ecosystem
People and Wildlife in American Cities
by Peter S. Alagona
With wildlife thriving in cities, we have the opportunity to create vibrant urban ecosystems that serve both people and animals.
The first book to tell the story of how cities across the United States went from having little wildlife to filling, dramatically and unexpectedly, with wild creatures. Today, many of these cities have more large and charismatic wild animals living in them than at any time in at least the past 150 years.
The Accidental Ecosystem calls on readers to reimagine interspecies coexistence in shared habitats, as well as policies that are based on just, humane, and sustainable approaches.