Land of the Eagle: A Natural History of North America

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Summit Books, 1990 - History - 288 pages
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This tie-in to the major PBS 8-part prime time television series takes readers on an unforgettable coast-to-coast tour of North America's spectacular natural endowments. It pays tribute to all we've preserved and all that we need to protect, as it celebrates our unsurpassed natural legacy. Each chapter offers a portrait of a different region of the continent. Four-color throughout.

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Peck is a fellow of the Academy of Natural Sciences.

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