By: William F Sigler (Author), John W Sigler (Author), Sophie Sheppard (Illustrator), Jim Morgan (Illustrator)
Naturalists and recreational anglers will welcome the paperback edition of this comprehensive volume, first published in 1986, which describes every species in the lakes and streams of the Great Basin. Fishes of the Great Basin includes an updated checklist of established species, discussion of threatened and endangered species, glossary, bibliography, and index.
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William F. Sigler (1909-95) was Head of the Utah State University Wildlife Resources Department from 1950 to 1974, writing more than one hundred articles and books on fish, fisheries, and wildlife.
John W. Sigler worked as a consultant on fisheries and water management projects in the western United States for 25 years and retired in 2012 after serving as the Senior Environmental Coordinator for the City of Pocatello, Idaho. He now consults on fisheries and environmental issues throughout the West.
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