Wildlife photographer Garbutt partnered with the London Zoological Society for this compelling compendium of critically endangered mammals worldwide. The superb selection of photographs is accompanied by maps, information on where to see each species, and details on natural history, threats and habitats.
Robbins and Boesch tell the compelling stories of wild apes and the researchers who study them, including field research in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda, Ivindo National Park in Gabon and the Tai National Park in Cote d’Ivoire. With some photographs.
This full-color guide profiles all 714 species of Australian birds. Its 1,100 photos are accompanied by maps, habitat profiles and descriptions of the birds’ sizes, plumages, distributions, behaviors and voices.
This Princeton Illustrated Checklist, spanning all of the Russian Arctic, Europe, China, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea, Japan and the Middle East, features 80 color plates with range maps and succinct descriptions.