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Snakes Of The Southeast (Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book) (Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book Ser.) Paperback – May 23, 2005
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"Snakes of the Southeast aims to educate about nature of snakes. People either like snakes or fear them." -- Athens Banner-Herald, Athens, GA, May 6, 2005 <br /><br />"Snakes of the Southeast is the most comprehensive educational guide to the snakes of this region." -- Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta, GA, April 26, 2005 <br /><br />"A treasure to anyone having an interest in becoming a herpetologist, and any child having an inclination for learning more." -- Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society March 2006 <br /><br />"An eye-catching new nature guidebook melding good descriptive writing, a dapper design and strikingly crisp photographs." -- Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, GA November 20, 2005 <br /><br />"An informative book for the general public aimed at educating those with a limited knowledge of snakes...easy to read." -- Southeastern Naturalist, 2005 <br /><br />"Clearly written, well designed, and fun to use...will promote a better understanding of...this fascinating group of animals." -- The Center for North American Herpetology, September 2005 <br /><br />"Each account is illustrated with excellent color photos, range maps and a wealth of facts." -- Wildlife Activist Summer 2005 <br /><br />"Really fascinating." -- Weekly Reader August 2005 <br /><br />"There aren't many places where you can find all 52 species of snakes known to inhabit the Southeast." -- Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, GA February 6, 2005 <br /><br />"This comprehensive guide to snakes...includes general topics such as snake conservation and the biology, diversity and life cycles of snakes." --UGA Research Magazine, Athens, GA, Fall 2005
[An] exquisite book...on the herpetofauna of the southeastern United States.... [H]igh-quality, clearly written, with an attractive layout.... [H]as solid introductory information, detailed species descriptions, excellent range maps and color photographs, line drawings showing defining features, and a strong conservation message. There is an explanation as to how to use the species accounts which will be of value to the lay reader. --Herpetological Review, Fall 2008
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Winner of the 2005 National Outdoor Book Award, Nature Guidebook Category
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My boy likes to tell me little snake-related facts he's learned while reading, and anything that gets a child excited about reading and nature is great in my opinion.