The Condor's Shadow: The Loss and Recovery of Wildlife in America

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W.H. Freeman and Company, 1999 - Nature - 339 pages
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The vast majority of American forests, prairies, and rivers have been logged, plowed, dammed, and developed. Hundreds of species have vanished completely and many others are now in danger. And yet, in some areas there are more acres of forests now than at the turn of the century and many of our lakes and rivers are cleaner today than they were twenty years ago. What exactly is the state of wildlife in America today?

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