These stories by early Yellowstone Park visitors helped propel the popularity of this American wonderland.
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The long, sad story of the failure of efforts to prevent the extinction of two of nature's most impressive woodpeckers offers lessons for preventing the extinctions of other species.
Raymond Shewnack invites fishermen to hone their hunting skills, sharpen their senses, and become predators in the trout stream.
This collection of Stuever's popular columns celebrates the bond between land and people and inspires us to preserve our forest treasures.
This comprehensive survey of the fossil record of New Mexico catalogs the plants and animals of the area for the past 500 million years from Precambrian time through the Pleistocene Era.
Including over 800 color photos, this authoritative guide is the first of its kind for the Middle Rio Grande Bosque of New Mexico.
Heartfelt photographs--dramatic, tranquil, and vivid by turn--portray the wild beauty of southwest New Mexico's Gila River.
"These stories catch fish. And all of them are hefty lunkers."--John Nichols, from the Foreword
For both visitors and natural history buffs, this book includes seventy-five examples of some of the most common and conspicuous wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains from southern Wyoming to New Mexico.
This guide to New Mexico's mountains provides information such as location, elevation and relief, ecosystems, archaeology, Native American presence, mining history, ghost towns, recreation, geology, ecology, and plants and animals.