A captivating visual and narrative journey into the ecology of Florida’s animals, this book features brilliant wildlife photography and intimate storytelling that introduces the variety of species within the state.
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Featuring 40 overnight trail adventures covering a total of 600 miles across the state, this guide provides readers with the tools and information they need to experience the perfect Florida backpacking trip.
Lushly illustrated with over 300 color plates, this volume is a celebration of the beauty of natural history collections and the work of curators dedicated to understanding and conserving our natural world.
In this comprehensive history of land conservation in Florida, Clay Henderson celebrates the individuals and organizations who made the state a leader in state-funded conservation and land preservation.
Why is the manatee just as imperiled today as it was 40 years ago?
Featuring a wide variety of paddling trips from the panhandle to the Keys, this guide provides an insider’s scoop on canoeing, kayaking, and standup paddleboarding in Florida, equipping paddlers of every level with practical tips for their adventure on the water.
This book is a compendium of ecological information on 244 species of trees, shrubs, and woody vines found in the northern half of the Florida peninsula and in the Florida panhandle.
The Florida Manatee is an engaging, accessible introduction to manatee biology from two scientists who have been at the forefront of manatee research for over three decades.
In photographs that surprise with their eye-catching composition and amaze with their detail, Jim Miller captures the beauty of birds as most people never see them, encouraging viewers to marvel at the elegant combination of form and function in bird species.
In this fascinating journey through the natural and cultural history of the palmetto, Jono Miller offers surprising facts and dispels common myths about an important native plant that remains largely misunderstood.