By: Todd McLeish
264 pages, 14 halftones
This book profiles fourteen of New England's most rare and endangered flora and fauna - mammals, birds, insects, plants, and fish - by following the biologists who are researching, monitoring, and protecting them. Each chapter includes a first-person account of the author's experience with these experts, as well as details about the species' life history, threats, and conservation strategies.
The species featured in the book include: North Atlantic Right Whale; Ringed Boghaunter; Bicknell's Thrush; Northern Red-Bellied Cooter; Sandplain Gerardia; Indiana Bat; Atlantic Salmon; American Burying Beetle; Golden-Winged Warbler; Karner Blue; Canada Lynx; Shortnose Sturgeon; Jesup's Milk-Vetch; and Roseate Tern.
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