For 100 years, the National Audubon Society has been dedicated to "speaking for nature." This book hails its conservation efforts with informative essays and a chronology. Each chapter focuses on a specific decade and the environmental issues that defined it. The contributors are prominent conservation writers, and the text is eloquently brought together by editor Les Line.
About: The world's best nature photographers celebrate a century of the National Audubon Society with 150 full-color photographs depicting herons, wolves, whooping cranes, whales, condors, caribou, and many other colorful and interesting species.
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