Life Along the Delaware Bay: Cape May, Gateway to a Million Shorebirds

Life Along the Delaware Bay: Cape May, Gateway to a Million Shorebirds

by Lawrence Niles, Joanna Burger, Amanda Dey, Kevin Kalasz
     
 

Life Along the Delaware Bay focuses on the area as an ecosystem, the horseshoe crab as a keystone species within that system, and the crucial role that the bay plays in the migratory ecology of shorebirds. Lawrence Niles, Joanna Burger, and Amanda Dey examine current efforts to protect the bay and identify new efforts that must take place to ensure it

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Life Along the Delaware Bay focuses on the area as an ecosystem, the horseshoe crab as a keystone species within that system, and the crucial role that the bay plays in the migratory ecology of shorebirds. Lawrence Niles, Joanna Burger, and Amanda Dey examine current efforts to protect the bay and identify new efforts that must take place to ensure it remains an intact ecological system. Over three hundred stunning color photographs and maps capture the beauty and majesty of this unique treasure, one that must be protected for generations to come.

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Wildlife Activist

"The book takes an ecological approach and is richly illustrated with hundreds of beautiful color photos."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780813552460
Publisher:
Rutgers University Press
Publication date:
06/18/2012
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
11.90(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.90(d)

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