Books

Ziggy Marley Is Here to Teach Kids About ‘Vulture Culture’

— A new children’s book by the musician and his wife, Orly, aims to educate youth on the threats the birds face and the vital ecological role they play.

Master Falconer Rodney Stotts Extols the 'Healing Power of Wildlife'

— Stotts' new memoir details his unlikely journey to the ancient art. Now, his dream is to inspire more people like him to discover a love for raptors.

Jessica Hernandez on Why Western Environmentalism Won’t Save Us

— The Indigenous scientist's new book models a holistic approach to conservation that centers Indigenous worldviews.

5 New Climate Books to Empower Teens and Help Turn Anxiety into Action

— Climate change is happening—and it's scary. But these nonfiction reads prove people all over can come together for a brighter future.

This New Field Guide Aims to Change Your Mind About Pigeons

— Cartoonist and author Rosemary Mosco shines a witty and compassionate spotlight on what she calls "the world's most misunderstood bird."

Eleven New Birdy and Nature-Themed Books for Kids

— These picture books are sure to delight and inspire young readers.

Take a Trip to the 'Eighth Continent'

— Pioneering scientist Meg Lowman’s new memoir, "The Arbornaut," details her career studying biodiversity in the tree canopy.

Sy Montgomery's Latest Book Celebrates the Fragility and Power of Hummingbirds

— In "The Hummingbirds’ Gift," the odds are stacked against two orphaned chicks and their caretakers.

Unraveling the Mystery of the Caracara

— In “A Most Remarkable Creature,” musician Jonathan Meiburg seeks to understand one of the world’s most peculiar birds.

A New Book Showcases the Beauty and Grit of New York City's Wildflowers

— Photographer Andrew Garn reveals, in stunning detail, the diverse flora that many city dwellers may overlook but birds can't do without.