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Wild Echoes Encounters with the Most Endangered Animals in North America

Biography / Memoir
By: Charles Bergman
325 pages, 17 b/w photos
Wild Echoes
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&i;Wild Echoes&o; was originally published in 1990; this new edition contains a new introduction and substantial updates on the good news and the bad concerning the current status of the species Bergman discusses. He explores the question of what is lost when a species dies forever, by giving personal accounts of meetings with animals such as the gray wolf, the Florida panther, the California condor and the West Indian Manatee.

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Biography / Memoir
By: Charles Bergman
325 pages, 17 b/w photos
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ADVANCE PRAISE "This is a very personal, affecting account of one man's endeavor to come to grips with the fact that humans in the twentieth century are causing extinctions at an unprecedented rate." -- Publishers Weekly "Beautifully composed natural history ... simply superb." -- Kirkus "Despite its litany of stark truths, Wild Echoes is anything but an oppressive book. Bergman's prose is rich and lively, his search becomes a shared adventure, his affection for 'broken creatures' rings clear, and his perspective elevates hope above desperation." -- Orion
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