Frogs: A Chorus of Colorsby John L. Behler, Deborah A. Behler, Clyde Peeling (Foreword by), Chad Peeling (Foreword by)
This book, carefully crafted by John and Debbie Behler, is a wonderful resource and testament to the wild world of frogs and their great diversity of form, lifestyle, ecology, and niche. Collectively, the Behlers have invested more than 70 years in conservation with the Wildlife Conservation Society. They have witnessed scores of vertebrates slipping into extinction-gone forever in nature. The world of frogs is rapidly changing and this beautifully photographed, concise and fascinating book will take the reader on a magical journey to discover just why frogs are so important.
- Vibrant photographs and descriptions of these fascinating creatures
- This book is a companion to the current traveling exhibition at the Museum of Natural History, Frogs! A Chorus of Colors
- The authors are experts in this category
John and Debbie Behler have worked at the Wildlife Conservation Society since 1970. John is senior author of the Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians; his wife Debbie is Executive Editor of Wildlife Conservation magazine. They live in Amawalk, New York.
- Sterling Publishing
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.50(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)
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This book is amazing!! Frogs are one of my favorite animals and the fact that this couple took the time to make this book is amazing because the photos are beautiful and it gives very in depth info.
I saw the frog exhibit that this book is based on and it is spectacular. So is this book. Amazing pictures and it's packed with excellent information. A wonderful book that is beautiful and fun.