Natural History of Vacant Lots
University of California Press, 1987 - Nature - 284 pages
Vacant lots aren't really vacant: a surprising number of plants and animals live in the left-over spaces in our cities. In this fascinating guide, authors Vessel and Wong provide a broad introduction to the unique ecosystems that can survive in the urban environment.
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I enjoyed reading this. Much of it I was familiar with because I had incredible parents and grandparents who knew about the place we live in and discussed it frequently, thereby teaching me. It was ... Read full review