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Mama Poc: An Ecologist's Account of the Extinction of a Species
Paperback - English

Every day some species of plant or animal on our planet becomes extinct. In Mama Poc, the bestselling author of Woodswoman and Beyond Black Bear Lake relates her own attempts to halt the decline of a single species of bird found only in Guatemala. The giant grebe, a flightless bird living on mile-deep Lake Atitlan, came to LaBastille's attention in 1964. Her population count revealed that a mere eighty-two birds remained. Over the course of twenty-five years, Anne LaBastille made the cause of the giant grebe her own. This is the story of her life in Guatemala, observing the birds and working to reclaim their habitat and--against odds that turned out to be overwhelming--give them a future.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
EAN
9780393308006
Publication Date
01/09/1983
Pages
320
Dimension
21.82cm x 14.05cm x 2.34cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Labastille, Anne
Anne LaBastille has been honored by the World Wildlife Fund and other groups for her work in wildlife conservation. She contributes to "National Geographic, "Reader's Digest, and other magazines and lectures nationwide about ecology. Her other books include the best-selling "Woodswoman, "Beyond Black Bear Lake (a sequel), and "Mama Poc. She lives in the Adirondack Mountains of New York.




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