Category: books

Book review: Otters of the World

| November 23, 2014 | Reply

Otters of the World by Paul Yoxon and Grace M. Yoxon is a new and interesting book for everybody interested in otters. The authors are otter conservationists and have been involved in otter conservation for many years. The book is written mostly for a general audience. It covers basic otter ecology and then every otter […]

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Book review: The Cougar Beautiful, Wild & Dangerous by Paula Wild

| May 11, 2014 | Reply

Pumas have one of the largest distributions of any mammal. Unfortunately their population has dropped considerably or they were eradicated completely in many parts of their range. Some experts believe that in recent decades the Puma (or Cougar, Moutain Lion) has recovered in parts of western North America. Conflicts have increased with livestock owners. Pumas […]

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Tigers Forever: Important and beautiful new book about Tigers published

| December 17, 2013 | Reply

A spectacular new book about Tigers and their conservation has recently been published. It is called “Tigers forver” and is written by Steve Winters and others. Steve Winter is one of the best wildlife photographers in the world and Media director for Panthera, an NGO dedicated to the conservation of wild cats. The book has […]

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