by David S. Wilcove and Louise Zemaitis
Hardcover, 245 pages, Island Pr, List Price: $24.95 |
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A review of the major animal migrations on land, in the sea, and in the air includes the conservation status of the populations involved and covers such great migratory species as bison, salmon, monarch butterflies, and shorebirds.
December 5, 2007 David Wilcove, one of world's leading experts on endangered species, discusses his new book, No Way Home, which chronicles the decline of the world's animal migrations. Wilcove is professor of ecology, evolutionary biology and public affairs at Princeton University.
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