An illustrated mini-encyclopedia of fungal lore, from John Cage and Terrence McKenna to mushroom sex and fairy rings
Responding to popular demand, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is pleased to bring out an all-new edition of its beloved Birder's Life List and Journal. This completely updated full-color life list (eBird/Clements Checklist 2018) and journal includes gorgeous illustrations from artist Rigel Stuhmiller.
Companion to the film Fantastic Fungi.
Contributions from Michael Pollan, Andrew Weil, Eugenia Bone, and many more expterts make Fantastic Fungi an awe-inspiring visual journey through the exotic, little-known realm of fungi and its amazing potential to positively influence our lives.
An all-star team of professional and amateur mycologists, artists,
Geared to the casual and experienced birdwatcher alike, this completely revised guide to 150 of the most common and interesting birds in North America provides the perfect way to appreciate the feathered friends outside your window, along with the tools you need to cultivate them wherever you live.
In Scouting’s Guide to Tracking, current Scouts, Scout alumni, and readers interested in the outdoors are provided with time-tested advice on how to track big and small animals over different types of terrain.
Painstakingly researched, passionately written, and beautifully illustrated, this is the definitive birding guide.
This handy field guide introduces over 55 different flowers commonly found in Asia. Each flower is clearly presented and described, with a detailed description of each bloom--including its history and gardening tips.
Joseph Banks accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage around the world from 1768 to 1771. A gifted and wealthy young naturalist, Banks collected exotic flora from Madeira, Brazil, Tierra del Fuego, the Society Islands, New Zealand, Australia, and Java, bringing back over 1,300 species that had never been seen or studied by Europeans. On his return, Banks commissioned over 700 engravings.
The most comprehensive reference guide to mammal tracks and sign for North America. This new edition is more visual, with more than 1300 photos and 450 illustrations for easy comparison and identification of similar sign. Each species account includes information on tracks and trails, scat and urine, nests and lodges, as well as sign on the ground, in trees and shrubs, on fungi and on plants.
The peninsula and offshore islands that make up Nova Scotia - one of Canada's easternmost provinces - are home to more than 400 species of resident or migratory birds. With three distinctive coastlines with different characteristics, birding is excellent year-round.
In Walking with Trees, Glennie Kindred takes us on an intimate and profoundly connecting walk with thirteen of our native trees. She leads us into their worlds and opens our hearts to their wonders, their qualities and their potential to heal.