By: JA McNeely and PS Wachtel
390 pages, B/w photos, figs, maps
Many rural communities in Southeast Asia believe that humans are spiritually bound to wildlife, and allow the animals to exist as an integral part of local life. Combining natural history and anthropology, observation and anecdote, this book advocates that such traditional approaches to conservation should be adopted worldwide.
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