505 books (26 pages) in this category
by Brad Purcell
Many present-day Australians see the dingo as a threat and a pest to human production systems. An alternative viewpoint, which is more in tune with Indigenous culture, allows others to see the dingo as a means to improve human civilisation. The ...
by JAN SOVAK
Dense vegetation, churning seas, and eerie lighting form the backdrops to dramatic scenes filled with prehistoric beasts. Award-winning nature artist Jan Sovak vividly portrays more than 20 different species of dinosaurs in a variety of poses: ...
by Stephen Moss
Ever looked at a bird and thought, 'I wonder why birds sing...'? Find the answer to this and many more intriguing questions about birds here. How do ducks on frozen ponds stop their feet from freezing solid in winter?Do birds sleep standing ...
by Stanley Coren
by Tracey Stewart
A heartfelt and richly illustrated guide to the animals in our world—pets at home, wildlife in the backyard, and livestock on the farm—that encourages readers to interact with animals in a more caring and thoughtful way.Part ...
by Margaret H. Bonham
Handle grooming yourself to save money and bond with your dog Brush, bathe, and clip your dog like a pro! Whether your dog is destined for a career in the show ring or a spot on the living room couch, good grooming is important. This friendly ...
by Jack Volhard
With more than 25 percent updated content, readers can discover the power of motivational training as well as: A new chapter on common health issues that affect behavior and training, and how to avoid them with a little preventative care Update
by J & Cole, L Richardson
"Compehensive and effective, The Dog Whisperer is the essential guide to training your canine companion. Based on the premise that the modern dog still shares many of the behavioural characteristics of its ancestor, the wolf, this book will show
Faithful Friends, Then & Now
by Amanda Jones
Dog Years is a one-of-a-kind look at the lives and stories of 30 dogs. Photographer Amanda Jones reveals the unique spark of personality that lasts a lifetime in portraits of each dog at young and old ages. These beautiful images of breeds ...
Working Dogs and Their Stories
by Maria Alomajan
In this book, Maria Alomajan shows that dogs should be revered for their remarkable achievements in improving human life. She tells the stories of a great variety of dogs, from their initial selection for work to their training, work experiences
by Lara Jo Regan
Incredible Stories of Our Canine Military Heroes
by Lisa Rogak
Military Working Dogs have played a vital role in the United States armed forces throughout history. In this celebration of their contributions to our nation, Lisa Rogak profiles these heroic dogs and showcases them in vivid photographs that ...
by Bruce Fogle
Showing you what others only tell you. Covers the history of dogs from their wild origins to their role as house pets and working dogs. Features specially commissioned photography and information on identifying breeds, from toy poodles to Irish ...
by Alan Rauch
From Flipper to SeaWorld, dolphins have long captured our hearts. In this book Alan Rauch draws on his years of experience working with and studying dolphins. Dolphins are extremely social and recognised as highly intelligent. For centuries they
by Walsh Kevin Price Monica
Pocket Nature Guide- Rocks and Minerals is a practical, concise field guide to the world's rocks and minerals, packed with stunning photography and expert information. The 325 most commonly encountered species are given full or half-page ...
by CHARLES F. SAUNDERS
This work discusses beverage plants, vegetable substitutes for soap, medicinal plants, and those that can be used as fibers, dyes, smoking material, adhesives, and candles. A final chapter describes a variety of poisonous plants. ""Secure a copy
by MERRITT LYNDON FERNALD
Everyone knows that certain mushrooms and species of berries are edible, but how many have experienced a salad of cat-brier sprouts, bread made of acorn-flour or seeds of cow lilies, escalloped roots of goat's-beard, sauteed ground-nuts, ...
Landscapes in Stone
by Alan McKirdy
One of 4 books to launch a brand-new series on Scotland's geology and landscapes which explain how Scotland's scenery was made, why it looks the way it does today and how it has changed over millions of years ...
Memories of a Country Garden
by Gunilla Norris