Synopses & Reviews
Combining stunning photographs with a powerful message of conservation, the Wildlife in Danger Calendar 2011 brings the plight of threatened species into focus. It embraces the whole of the natural world, not just cute mammals: insects, plants, reptiles, trees, fish, birds, and corals.
Each photograph is accompanied by a location map and concise but comprehensive information including description, population, habitat, behavior, diet, and threats.
With so many species under threat from climate change and environmental degradation, this calendar aims to spread awareness further afield. It makes a perfect appointment calendar for the home, office, or school.
A beautiful photographic and educational portrayal of the natural world and the range of species that are under threat.
About the Author
Troth Wells joined the New Internationalist in 1972 to help launch the magazine. She has written a number of world food books including the Spices of Life and the World in your Kitchen. She an editor of the World Guide, a global reference source that focuses on majority world issues.