Major mammal book published

Major mammal book published

Mammals of South Asia, volume 1. Edited by A J T Johnsingh & Nima Manjrekar ISBN: 978-81-7371-590-7 Universities Press (India) Private Limited (August 29, 2012) On my first visit to India, I saw more large mammals in a month than in a decade in South-east and East...
Ongoing critiques of conservation

Ongoing critiques of conservation

BACK TO BOOKSHELF Conserving Sea Turtles N. Mrosovsky ISBN-13: 978-0950737119 British Herpetological Society, London, 176pp, 1st edition (February 1, 1983) DESPITE ITS AGE, THIS BOOK ON SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION REMAINS RELEVANT TODAY In 1983, the British Herpetological...
More books, fewer tigers

More books, fewer tigers

BACK TO BOOKSHELF Of Tigers and Men: Entering the Age of Extinction Richard Ives ISBN: 978-0385478168 Nan A. Talese; 1st edition (January 1, 1996) A FASCINATING TRAVEL NARRATION OF THE INEVITABLE EXTINCTION OF TIGERS BY RICHARD IVES A book in five parts, Of Tigers...
Human-nature dynamics through time

Human-nature dynamics through time

BACK TO BOOKSHELF INDIA’S ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY, Vols. 1 and 2 Edited By Mahesh Rangarajan and K. Sivaramakrishnan Permanent Black, New Delhi, Delhi, IN, 2012.pp.464 & pp.614, 1850.00 Picture this: a thriving forest is set afire and all its wildlife...
Myriad threats to songbirds

Myriad threats to songbirds

BACK TO BOOKSHELF Silence of the songbirds. How we are losing the world’s songbirds and what we can do to save them Bridget Stutchbury. 2007. Walker & Co, 2009. ISBN: 9780802716910 This book on conservation issues concerning migrant birds in the Americas is...