5 edition of Grassland grouse and their conservation found in the catalog.
Grassland grouse and their conservation
Paul A Johnsgard
Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-152) and index
|Statement||Paul A. Johnsgard|
|LC Classifications||QL696.G285 J629 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||2002021012|
Book Reviews Grassland Grouse and Their Conservation. By Paul Johnsgard. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, xiv+ pp. Illustrations, biblio graphical references, index. $ cloth. The first two chapters ofGrassland Grouse deal with the extinction ofthe. Get the best deals for grouse books at We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items!
their time, knowledge and expertise to the completion of this book. We thank the Grasslands Conservation Council of British Columbia steering committee comprised of Bruno Delesalle, Judy Guichon, Cindy Haddow, Kristi Iverson, Dennis Lloyd, Ordell Steen, and Jim White for their support and assistance in developing this project. Save the Last Dance gives these two professionals adequate room to display their capabilities. Though some of these varieties of grassland grouse are threatened by development, the book recognizes the heroic efforts that are being made government and private conservation organizations.
The first two chapters of Grassland Grouse deal with the extinction of the heath hen and the almost certain disappearance of the Attwater's prairie chicken. They paint an accurate but thoroughly depressing picture of these losses. Paul Johnsgard clearly points out how, despite our "best" efforts, populations can slip into extinction. In these initial chapters, he sounds an alarm over the. Noppadol Paothong is a nature/conservation photographer with a passion for the conservation and survival of grassland grouse. Nop has published two books, "Sage-Grouse, Icon of the West" and "Save the Last Dance, A Story of North American Grassland Grouse." He is also a staff wildlife photographer for the Missouri Department of Conservation.
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A very informative book on grassland grouse and their current status (sadly mostly in decline). The data on population trends could have been stated more concisely and, perhaps, be more easily understood if it had been arranged in tables and/or graphs.
The drawings were by: The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Grassland Grouse and Their Conservation by Paul A. Johnsgard at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : About Grassland Grouse and Their Conservation Paul Johnsgard, one of the world’s leading ornithologists, has written this book as a call to action.
Conservationists have seen a marked decline in the populations of North American grouse, particularly the grassland-adapted species. Product Details Paul Johnsgard, one of the world's leading ornithologists, has written this book as a call to action.
Conservationists have seen a marked decline in the populations of North American grouse, particularly the grassland-adapted species. Conservationists have seen a marked decline in the populations of North American grouse, particularly the grassland-adapted species.
This book discusses places where populations exist that have yet to be preserved, and outlines the steps necessary to conserve these species. It points the way toward securing the future for grassland grouse. Grassland Grouse and Their Conservation - Kindle edition by Johnsgard, Paul A.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Today the Greater Sage-Grouse is at the center of a complex conservation challenge.
This multifaceted volume, an important foundation for developing conservation strategies and actions, provides a comprehensive synthesis of scientific information on the biology and ecology of the Greater Sage-Grouse.
This book is a sumptuous meal for avian researchers."--Paul Johnsgard, Professor Emeritus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and author of Grassland Grouse and their Conservation This volume is exciting from the perspective of a grouse biologist but.
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He devotes a chapter each to the greater and lesser prairie-chickens, greater and Gunnison sage-grouse, and sharp-tailed grouse. Johnsgard discusses habitat loss and excessive hunting, places where populations exist that have yet to be preserved, and outlines the steps necessary to conserve these species.
This book is a sumptuous meal for avian researchers."--Paul Johnsgard, Professor Emeritus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and author of Grassland Grouse and their Conservation This volume is exciting from the perspective of a grouse biologist but Manufacturer: University of California Press.
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This page hardbound book, Save the Last Dance – A Story of North American Grassland Grouse, captures the dazzling beauty of seven grouse species whose populations are diminishing across the prairies and plains of America – and one species that has already lost its battle for survival.
List Price: $ Paul Johnsgard, one of the world's leading ornithologists, has written this book as a call to action. Conservationists have seen a marked decline in the populations of North American grouse, particularly the grassland-adapted species.
With a monthly circulation of overthe Missouri Conservationist is known as one of the largest and high quality state conservation magazines.
He has been focusing on documenting rare and endangered species. More specifically, he has worked primarily on grassland grouse and their fragile habitat for over a decade.
ensure the long-term health of BC grasslands. • Promote the conservation of representative grassland ecosystems, species at risk, and their habitats.
The GCC acknowledges the contributions of the original authors, artists, and photographers of the material in this e-book. Paul Austin Johnsgard (born 28 June ) is an ornithologist, artist and emeritus professor at the University of works include nearly fifty books including several monographs, principally about the waterfowl and in Fargo, North Dakota, he was introduced to the study of birds by a distant cousin who was a game spent these early years taking part in duck counts.
He recently published a book on North American grassland grouse, Save the Last Dance, A Story of North American Grassland Grouse, that beatifically captured the dance and displays of seven grouse species.
It was well received by the public and highly praised by photographers and conservation experts around the country.Book review Full text access Capturing carbon and conserving biodiversity - the market approach: Edited by Ian R.
Swingland. Published by Earthscan (in association with the Royal Society)ISBN 1 5 (paper) pp. Grassland grouse and their conservation: Paul A. Johnsgard. Smithsonian Institution Press,pages, ISBN. While his original text of twenty years ago provides much of the background information (Johnsgard, ), Grassland grouse and their conservation is a personal account of a group of birds from a scientist who has an intimate knowledge of his subject.
As such, it is well worth the read.