Smithsonian Book of National Wildlife Refuges
Author: Eric Jay Dolan. Stretching from the cypress swamps of Okefenokee to the pristine wilderness of Alaska's National Wildlife Refuge, the refuges now occupy 95 million acres of American landscape. This book is the readers guide to these remarkable natural habitats. This handsome 9 x 10 book features hundreds of color photographs and a text by nature writer Eric Jay Dolin which surveys the history of the U.S refuge system from it's beginnings with Teddy Roosevelt's proclamation creating the first National Wildlife Refuge up to today's wildlife preservation initiatives and challenges. Hardcover.

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