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Loss of Biodiversity in World Heritage Cultural Sites (Kayas) in Kenya:Bird species in Kaya Gandini Kaya Mtswakara and Mwache Forest Reserve threatened by habitat destruction Simon Musila
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The acclaimed, award-winning historian - ´´America´s new past master´´ (Chicago Tribune) - examines the environmental legacy of FDR and the New Deal. Douglas Brinkley´s The Wilderness Warrior celebrated Theodore Roosevelt´s spirit of outdoor exploration and bold vision to protect 234 million acres of wild America. Now, in Rightful Heritage, Brinkley turns his attention to the other indefatigable environmental leader - Teddy´s distant cousin, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, chronicling his essential yet undersung legacy as the founder of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and premier protector of America´s public lands. FDR built from scratch dozens of state park systems and scenic roadways. Pristine landscapes such as the Great Smokies, the Everglades, Joshua Tree, the Olympics, Big Bend, Channel Islands, Mammoth Cave, and the slickrock wilderness of Utah were forever saved by his leadership. Brinkley traces FDR´s love for the natural world from his youth exploring the Hudson River Valley and bird-watching. As America´s president from 1933 to 1945, Roosevelt - a consummate political strategist - established hundreds of federal migratory bird refuges and spearheaded the modern endangered species movement. He brilliantly positioned his conservation goals as economic policy to combat the severe unemployment of the Great Depression. During its nine-year existence, the CCC put nearly three million young men to work on conservation projects - including building trails in the national parks, pollution control, land restoration to combat the Dust Bowl, and planting over two billion trees. Rightful Heritage is an epic chronicle that is both an irresistible portrait of FDR´s unrivaled passion and drive and an indispensable analysis that skillfully illuminates the tension between business and nature - exploiting our natural resources and conserving them. Within the narrative are brilliant capsule biographies of such environmen 1. Language: English. Narrator: William Dufris. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/005049/bk_harp_005049_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This new, thoroughly updated second edition of Bradt´s North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds, part of the distinctive ´Slow travel´ series of guides to UK regions, remains the only full-blown standalone guide available to this region of contrasts, from the magnificent cliffs and beaches of the Heritage Coast and rolling hills of the North York Moors to the tranquil chalk downland of the Wolds. Nestled at the heart of it all is the ancient historic city of York, with its stunning Minster, the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe. As well as featuring all the main sights, Bradt´s North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds includes places and aspects of the region not detailed by other guidebooks and, while making a virtue of being selective, covers the whole region in considerable detail. It also includes personal anecdotes and the views of local people as well as tapping into the Yorkshire-based author´s considerable knowledge of the region, especially his experiences as an outdoor enthusiast, naturalist and beer connoisseur. With Bradt´s North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds, discover what makes this area tick. The annual Tour de Yorkshire has helped to establish the region as a biking Mecca, while the Yorkshire Nature Triangle in the east is renowned for its birds and wildlife, from adders to barn owls, otters to dolphins. Included in the guide is information on the 10 long-distance paths which cross the area, plus tips on the sandy beaches and rocky coves that make this an ideal family destination. Local food and drink, from seafood to meats, cheeses and breweries, is covered, as are details of whale-watching tours. Also included are details of festivals, steam train journeys as featured in the Harry Potter films, the Georgian opulence of Castle Howard as featured in Brideshead Revisited, sea-bird colonies along the Heritage Coast, the only colony of gannets in England, at Bempton Cliffs, and the tallest standing stone in Britain. Written in an entertaining style combining personal narrative with authoritative information, Bradt´s North York Moor and Yorkshire Wolds has all the most up-to-date information you could need for a successful visit.
Audio Journeys explore Yosemite National Park, California via a tram. Spring is a great time to visit Yosemite, when birds and wildflowers flowers abound. Our tour guide tells us about rock climbers, Miwok natives, the swift flowing Merced River, and other superlatives of Yosemite. One of the oldest parks in the nation, Yosemite was made a national park in 1890, and designated a World Heritage Site in 1984. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mr. J. D. Streeter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bigh/000449/bk_bigh_000449_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Continuing the milestone 50th anniversary celebration of Star Trek - an epic new trilogy that stretches from the events of the Original Series movie The Search for Spock to The Next Generation! When Klingon commander Kruge died in combat against James T. Kirk on the Genesis planet back in 2285, he left behind a powerful house in disarray - and a series of ticking time bombs: the Phantom Wing, a secret squadron of advanced Birds-of-Prey; a cabal of loyal officers intent on securing his heritage; and young Korgh, his thwarted would-be heir, willing to wait a Klingon lifetime to enact his vengeance. Now, 100 years later, while on a diplomatic mission for the United Federation of Planets, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise are snared in the aged Korgh´s trap - and thrust directly in the middle of an ancient conflict. But as Commander Worf soon learns, Korgh may be after far bigger game than anyone imagines, confronting the Federation-Klingon alliance with a crisis unlike any it has ever seen! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert Petkoff. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007785/bk_sans_007785_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Coral is a very beautiful and unusual animal. Each coral head consists of thousand[s] of individual polyps. These polyps are continually budding and branching into genetically identical neighbors. (Antony Garrett List) People have always loved to build things, whether it´s a feat of engineering in an underground subway or the construction of the world´s tallest skyscraper. Thus, it´s somewhat ironic that the largest structure ever built was not made by humans, but by incredibly tiny organisms known as coral polyps. Over the course of tens of thousands of years, these small organisms have put together a collection of nearly 3,000 reefs that form a collective stretching across 130,000 square miles. It is often mistakenly claimed that the Great Wall of China can be seen in space, but it´s absolutely true that the enormous Great Barrier Reef is visible. The sheer size of the Great Barrier Reef is mind boggling, but its importance extends far past its physical extent. Put simply, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most beautiful spots on the planet, offering kaleidoscopic colors thanks to the coral and the species that call it home. This is understandable because a staggering number of species inhabit the Great Barrier Reef, ranging from starfish and turtles, to alligators and birds. Scientists have counted about 1,500 different fish species that use the reef, and it´s estimated that 1.5 million birds use the site. In designating it a World Heritage Site, UNESCO wrote of the Great Barrier Reef, ´´The Great Barrier Reef is a site of remarkable variety and beauty on the north-east coast of Australia. It contains the world´s largest collection of coral reefs....´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jamie Ecklund. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/037229/bk_acx0_037229_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High above the Alps: A Bird´s Eye View of Geology. A Visual Homage to the Awe Inspiring Geology of an Incredible Mountain Range. The Alps are the most famous, geologically active mountain range on Earth and bear an unbelievable wealth of geological highlights of unparalleled teaching potential, scientific interest, historical significance and sheer beauty. Although some of these have been made World Heritage sites by UNESCO, many of these highlights have not received attention outside a small community of Earth scientists and climbers. In part, this is because many geological features are only to be seen in inaccessible regions: in vertical rock faces, on the summits of high peaks or simply too large in scale to be appreciated from the ground. As such, aerial photography is the only way to do these features justice. In this project geologically oriented aerial photography of the Alps is presented and explained for the geologists and interested layperson alike. High above the Alps: A Bird´s Eye View of Geology ... is a ´´coffee-table´´ type book that explains the geology of the entire Alpine chain between Vienna and Nice on hand of photos taken from a small aircraft. The book contains more than 200 large-scale panoramic photos of the Alps and 170 geological diagrams, maps and other explanatory illustrations. The volume measures 24.5 x 30 cm in size and contains 296 pages. The book is a substantially revised and expanded version of the German language book ´´DIE GEOLOGIE DER ALPEN AUS DER LUFT´´, 3rd edition, which was published in 2011.
Great Australian Aviation Stories is a collection of dramatic true stories and colourful accounts of our fascinating aviation history. These stories also show the ´´human´´ side of aviation...how it changed the lives of ordinary people, workers, and travellers. Included are amazing stories of history-making flights by Kingsford Smith and Ross and Keith Smith, and accounts of the exploits of Bert Hinkler, Amy Johnson, Nancy Bird, and our early outback aviation pioneers. The daring feats of bravery by our flyers in both World Wars make for stirring emotional reading, and the history of towns like Mildura and Narromine - which became aviation centres and remain part of our heritage - are interspersed with verse from C. J. Dennis and others. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Haynes, Ted Hodgeman, Anna Steen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/boli/001867/bk_boli_001867_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´´There are ancient secrets and lessons hidden in nature. If you seek for guidance, you will discover truth.´´ -Bobby Lake-Thom Much of the ancient knowledge that has been passed down from Native American medicine men, or shamans is in danger of being lost. Bobby Lake-Thom, a Native American healer known as Medicine Grizzly Bear, has sought to preserve this powerful heritage by sharing his wisdom and experience learning from the world around us. The result is Spirits of the Earth, an extraordinary compilation of legends and rituals about nature´s ever-present signs. From the birds that soar above us to the insincts beneath our feet, Bobby Lake-Thom shows how the creatures of the earth can aid us in healing and self-knowledge. What does it mean if a hawk appears in a dream? What are the symbolic interpretations of a deer, a skunk, a raccoon? Lake-Thom, who has studied with the elders of many tribes, explains the significance of animal figures as manifestations of good or evil, and shows how we can develop our own powers of awareness and intuition. The first book of its kind, this practical and enlightening resource includes dozens of fashinating animal myths and legends, as well as exercises and activities that draw upon animal powers for guidance, healing, wisdom, and the expansion of spiritual influences in our lifes. You´ll discover here: ? How animals, birds, and insects act as signs and omens ? The significance of vision quests ? How to make and use a medicine wheel ? The role of spirit symbols-and how they affect the unconscious ? Excercises for creative dreaming ? The power of the earth-healing ceremony ? How to increase your spiritual strength and create sacred spaces ? And more