Yellowstone Fishes: Ecology, History, and Angling in the Park
First published in 1983 as Freshwater Wilderness, this book was hailed as one of the finest works ever done on the National Parks. This edition includes much new material, including the impact on fish of the 1988 forest fires and the introduction of non-native species; an expanded chapter on angling; updates taxonomy; and an assessment of recent management policies. The book includes: Field guide and natural history in one volume; Descriptions of all species of fish in the park, with full colour plates; Overview of Yellowstone rivers and lakes; Summary of the Park's past, present and future; Historic black and white photos; Maps, charts, appendix.
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Yellowstone Fishes Described
Yellowstone Fishes in the Human Mind
The Pleasures of Fish Watching
Key to Species Identification
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