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Wild California

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This is a stunning photographic guide to the six major California regions--from the Sierra Nevada to the desert--and their wildlife. In a highly readable style that mingles authority and eloquence, Leopold reminds us of the aesthetic, educational, and scientific values of undeveloped land.
Hardcover, 154 pages
Published June 1st 1986 by University of California Press (first published October 1985)
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The photographs certainly show the talent of a skilled photographer in the difficult art of capturing animals in their natural habitats.

"There is a wildness in California still that is in the blood of those who grew up here. It does not exist only within those areas designated as wilderness or national parks, but also in the "back blocks" = the hinterland of lands that are otherwise used for other purposes."
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Aldo Starker Leopold was an author, forester, zoologist and conservationist, as well as a professor at the University of California, Berkeley. He was the oldest son of conservationist Aldo Leopold and the brother of academic botanist A. Carl Leopold.
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