Wayne H. McAlister - Nature - 2008 - 335 pages
The author introduces readers to the places, people, plants, and animals along the the Guadalupe River that runs from Kerr County, Texas to San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico.
Roy Bedichek - History - 1974 - 318 pages
This book focuses on a strip of coastal prairie lying roughly between Corpus Christi and Galveston and once inhabited by the poorly known and much maligned Karankawa Indians ...
Jack Connor, Thomas Connor - Nature - 1994 - 320 pages
Conveys the story of the birds and birders that gather in Cape May Point, N.J., describing the adaptations, migratory patterns, and aerodynamics of the birds
Scott Weidensaul - Travel - 1992 - 342 pages
Describes the progress of the seasons in states from New Jersey to Virginia, and points out the best spots for observing natural phenomena
Jeffrey Greene - Nature - 2007 - 218 pages
Award-winning author Jeffrey Greene provides a portrait, by turns lyrical and provocative, of J. David Bamberger’s unlikely transformation from first, a vacuum cleaner salesman ...