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Biology 5548/5548G
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Askins, R. A. 2000. Restoring North America's birds. Yale University Press. 336 pp.
Grumbine, R. E., and M. E. Soule. 1992. Ghost bears: exploring the biodiversity crisis. Island Press. 336 pp.
Liittschwager, D., S. M. Middleton, and W. S. Merwin. 2001. Remains of a rainbow: rare plants and animals of Hawaii. National Geographic Society. 263 pp.
McFarlane, R. W. 1992. A stillness in the pines: the ecology of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker. W. W. Norton. 270 pp.
Meffe, G. K., and C. R. Carroll, eds. 1997. Principles of conservation biology, 2nd ed. Sinauer.
Soule, M. E., and G. H. Orians, eds. 2001. Conservation biology: research priorities for the next decade. Island Press 288 pp.
Stearns, B. P., and S. C. Stearns. 1999. Watching from the edge of extinction. Yale University Press. 288 pp.
Wilcove, D. S., and E. O. Wilson. 1999. The Condor's shadow: the loss and recovery of wildlife in America. W. H. Freeman. 288 pp.
Wilson, E. O. 2002. The future of life. Knopf. 256 pp.

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