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David S. Wilcove
David S. Wilcove

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DAVID S. WILCOVE is Senior Ecologist at the Environmental Defense Fund and one of the nation's foremost experts on endangered species. Among other publications, he has written for Audubon and Nature Conservancy. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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The Condor's Shadow
The Loss and Recovery of Wildlife in America
Written by David S. Wilcove

Format: Trade Paperback, 366 pages
Publisher: Anchor
On Sale: May 9, 2000
Price: $16.00

With gripping narrative power, The Condor's Shadow traces the ways in which human greed and ignorance have wreaked havoc on our ecological landscape.

The heir apparent to Peter Matthiessen's 1959 classic Wildlife in America, The Condor's Shadow is a brilliant and compulsively readable study of the state of North American wildlife and... Read more >
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