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“No one can look at the book and not be entranced and emotionally connected. The combination of photography and text is superb and truly conveys the great diversity of life in both reality and spirit.”
– George Schaller, Director for Science, Wildlife Conservation Society

“…what if I told you that the trees are here, in part, because of salmon? That the trees that shelter and feed the fish, that help build the fish, are themselves built by the fish?” ~Carl Safina

The Great Plains are a dynamic but often forgotten landscape – overlooked, undervalued, misunderstood, and in desperate need of conservation. This book helps lead the way forward, informing and inspiring readers to recognize the wild spirit and splendor of this irreplaceable part of the planet. A truly remarkable cast – Michael is joined by Ted Kooser, […]

Photographer and author Dave Showalter celebrates the often overlooked beauty of the Colorado prairie. Dave transports readers to these open, wind-swept lands through photos depicting their incredibly diverse wildlife, seasonal transitions and conservation challenges. Through colorful and informative text he shares his experiences of following the cycles of the prairie over the course of this […]

Detailed descriptions and maps will guide you to the Cape and Islands’ prime photography locations—both iconic landmarks and off-the-beaten-track hotspots.

The Edge of Africa brings light to the unseen wonders of Gabon – from its smallest creatures to its broadest landscapes to the people who call it home.

Every day before dawn, they saddle their horses, coil their lariats and whips, and ride out to work the herds. They are Florida Cowboys — living legacies of the longest history of ranching in America and guardians of the landscape that has shaped them.

A report from Michele Wesmorland and Myfanwy Rowlands on their Yucatan RAVE Mission, Cozumel. Read it here!

ON ANCIENT WINGS: The Sandhill Cranes of North America. Featuring the stunning photography of Michael Forsberg, this book is the culmination of a five-year personal project on sandhill cranes and their habitats across the continent. Two-time Nebraska Book Award winner -selected as a Non-Fiction Honor Book and for Cover Design & Illustration.A finalist in the Independent Book Publisher Awards(IPPY) in the Environment/ Nature category.Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year Award winner in the Nature category. Selected for the prestigious “End Paper” in The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 7, 2005.168 pages, 150+ full color photographs.

What would be the greatest threat to the Serengeti ecosystem? A commercial highway cutting across northern Serengeti National Park… and it’s scheduled for construction in 2012.

This gorgeous gift book offers a glimpse of the ocean world with photos, capturing in pairs a diverse array of marine life. Includes informative captions and essays and an introduction by esteemed oceanographer Sylvia Earl. “…AMAZING job of showcasing and personalizing the wonders of the sea…what a great gift for the holidays…” — Customer comment […]

Featuring more than 200 of master photographer Art Wolfe’s stunning images, The Art of the Photograph helps amateur photographers of all levels break bad habits and shatter common yet incorrect assumptions that hold many photographers back and, transforming your photography in the process. This is Wolfe’s ultimate master class, sharing the most important insights and […]

…an extraordinary collaboration…breathtaking photography visually delicious glossy full-page color photographs of the true beauty of Baja. — Gringo Gazette, Feb 8, 2007 Gringo Gazette

This book takes you on a visual journey through the Malabar Coast of southern India, along the Arabian Sea, where lies a range of mountains known as the Western Ghats, or Sahyadris. Far more ancient...
Fringing the coastal panhandle of Alaska and covering thousands of islands in the Alexander Archipelago, the Tongass National Forest is one of the rarest and wildest ecosystems on Earth. Join acclaimed...
The Great Plains are a dynamic but often forgotten landscape – overlooked, undervalued, misunderstood, and in desperate need of conservation. This book helps lead the way forward, informing and...
Photographer and author Dave Showalter celebrates the often overlooked beauty of the Colorado prairie. Dave transports readers to these open, wind-swept lands through photos depicting their incredibly diverse...
Lively fishing harbors and postcard-perfect villages draw photographers from all over the world to Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Whether you’re hoping to capture waves pounding...
Gabon has a story to tell. Its landscapes inspire explorers and scientists with a forest-to-ocean fabric rich in biological diversity. Expeditions are unlocking a treasure chest of knowledge on biology and ecology –...
  Every day before dawn, they saddle their horses, coil their lariats and whips, and ride out to work the herds. They are Florida Cowboys — living legacies of the longest history of ranching in America...
A report from Michele Wesmorland and Myfanwy Rowlands on their Yucatan RAVE Mission, Cozumel. Read it here!
ON ANCIENT WINGS: The Sandhill Cranes of North America. Featuring the stunning photography of Michael Forsberg, this book is the culmination of a five-year personal project on sandhill cranes and their habitats across the...
By Boyd Norton Praise for Serengeti: The Eternal...
This gorgeous gift book offers a glimpse of the ocean world with photos, capturing in pairs a diverse array of marine life. Includes informative captions and essays and an introduction by esteemed oceanographer...
Featuring more than 200 of master photographer Art Wolfe’s stunning images, The Art of the Photograph helps amateur photographers of all levels break bad habits and shatter common yet incorrect assumptions that hold many...
Gorgeous full-color photography by award-winning photographer Miguel Ángel de la Cueva, and evocative text by Bruce Berger (Almost an Island, There Was a River), bring the southern half of Baja...
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