Sydney: UNSW Press, 2011. Octavo, colour and black and white illustrations, dustwrapper. In this illustrated book, Anita Albus recounts the sad histories of several extinct bird species, including the Passenger pigeon, the Carolina parakeet, and the Great auk. She gives a detailed account of six rare birds: the Hermit ibis...
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Washington DC: American Ornithologists Union, 1984. Octavo, softcover.
Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, 1996. Octavo, paperback, maps, graphs. Examines the roles of science in resource management and policy making.
London: Collins and BBC, (1984. reprint). Large octavo, colour photographs, very good copy in dustwrpper.
London: Poyser, 1990. Octavo, illustrations, bookplate, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Chicago: Conservation International, 2002. Quarto, illustrations, paperback. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment # 23. Text in French and English.
Gland: Cemex/IUCN, 2001. Large quarto, 256 colour photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper. This publication combines awe-inspiring imagery with soild science and factual accounts. Drawing on the 2000 IUCN red list of threatened species, the world's most objective and authoritative inventory of species at risk of extinction, it describes the extinction...
London: Angus and Robertson, (1984. reprint). Octavo, photographs, illustrations, very good copy in dustwrapper. Australian Natural Science Library. Every farmer should have a copy.
London: Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2014. Quarto, black and white photographs, bumped corners, publisher's cloth. Published to coincide with the Global Summit on illegal wildlife trade hosted by David Cameron in London in February 2014, Trading to Extinction is a unique and devastating record of this tragic industry. The book explores...
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007. Octavo, publisher's cloth, colour photographs. WAS $68. In this breathtakingly lovely book, Burt selects ninety of his most striking photographs. He also offers his reflections on the marshes he has visited, inviting his readers to come with him and become acquainted with this hidden...
Chicago: Conservation International, 2002. Quarto, illustrations, paperback. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment # 19. Damaged copy.
London: Newnes, 1961. Octavo, photographs, signature, bookplate, dustwrapper.
New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, 2009. Octavo, paperback, black and white photographs and illustrations. A prizewinning poet and nature writer weaves together natural history, biology, sociology, and personal narrative to tell the story of the lives, habitats, and deaths of six extinct bird species.
London: Hutchinson, (1974. first edition). Octavo, photographs, signature, dustwrapper.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1979. Octavo, paperback, Paul Colinvaux takes a penetrating look at the science of ecology, bringing to his subject both profound knowledge and an enthusiasm that will encourage a greater understanding of the environment and of those who seek to preserve it.
Washington: Smithsonion Institution Press, 1988. Octavo, paperback.
Cambridge: International Council for Bird Preservation, 1989. Octavo, paperback,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Octavo, laminated boards, black and white and colour illustrations. Remainder mark. Margins are by their very nature environmentally unstable - does it therefore follow that plant populations adapted for life in such areas will prove to be pre-adapted to withstand the changes that may be...
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. Octavo, photographs, dustwrapper with tear.
London: Hutchinson and Co., . Octavo, photographs. Publisher's cloth, very good copy.
Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1979. Quarto, , fine copy in dustwrapper. The results of research efforts by seventeen scientists associated with Smithsonian Institution field projects in Panama and Venezuela are brought together in the papers in this volume. Includes papers on habitat, endemic mammals, primates, avifauna and larger reptiles.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. Octavo, text illustrations, 3bookplate, very good copy in dustwrapper. BIOMASS (Biological Investigation of Marine Antarctic Systems and Stocks) was a unique, large-scale, long term, international research programme established in 1977 to investigate the ecology of the Southern Ocean.
New York: Harry N Abrams, 1979. Small folio, photographs by Kjell Sandved, very good copy in dustwrapper.
Crows Nest: Allen and Unwin, 2010. Octavo, colour and black and white photographs, paperback. Fifty years ago a young farmer named John Fenton took over his family's rundown sheep property in Victoria. Named Lanark, the property was barren, windswept and environmentally all but dead. Fenton set about bringing the property...
London: Collins, 1978. Octavo, illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.