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Books About the Animals of Hawaii

A collection of books about the animals of Hawaii. Includes Hawaii wildlife guides, field guides, books about pests and dangerous creatures in Hawaii, and books about rare animals in Hawaii. The Hawaiian wildlife books on this page are organized by date published, with the newest books listed first, but please note that the best books about any topic are not necessarily those that were most recently published.



Hawaii Wildlife Viewing Guide
Hawaii Wildlife Viewing Guide Book AUTHOR: Jeanne L Clark
PUBLISHER: Adventure Publications
DATE PUBLISHED: May 15, 2006
NUMBER OF PAGES: 180
DIMENSIONS: 8.9 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Explore the best Hawaiian sites to see the unique wildlife and the habitats in which they thrive. Learn where to watch animals, as well as their importance to the Native Hawaiians and island visitors alike. This is your ultimate reference for experiencing tropical Hawaii.



Travellers Wildlife Guides: Hawaii
Hawaii Travellers Wildlife Guides Book AUTHOR: Leo Beletsky
PUBLISHER: Interlink Publishing
DATE PUBLISHED: October 30, 2005
NUMBER OF PAGES: 404
DIMENSIONS: 8.5 x 5.6 x 1.1 inches
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Travellers to Hawaii go for sun, sand, and surf, but increasingly leave the beach for part of their stay to explore the islands' incredible natural attractions: stunning mountain scenery, wonderful hiking trails, glimpses of birds-many of them highly endangered-that occur nowhere else on Earth. In this book is all the information you need to find, identify, and learn about Hawaii's unique land animals and magnificent sea life. o Identification and location information on the most frequently seen animals, including essentially every bird species that occurs in the main Hawaiian Islands (and on Midway Atoll). o Color illustrations of nearly 400 of Hawaii's most common insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. o Up-to-date information on the ecology, behavior, and conservation of profiled animals. o Information on Hawaiian habitats and on the most common plants visitors encounter. o A section on Hawaii's famous coral reefs and on the underwater animals most snorkelers and divers actually see. o Brief descriptions of Hawaii's most frequently visited parks and reserves. Easy-to-carry, entertainingly written, beautifully illustrated-you will want to have this book as constant companion on your journey.



Remains of a Rainbow: Rare Plants and Animals of Hawaii
Remains of a Rainbow: Rare Plants and Animals of Hawaii Book AUTHOR: Middleton, Liittschwager, et al
PUBLISHER: National Geographic
DATE PUBLISHED: October 1, 2003
NUMBER OF PAGES: 264
DIMENSIONS: 12.0 x 10.9 x 0.7 inches
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Renowned natural history photographers David Liittschwager and Susan Middleton have devoted the last decade to capturing images of endangered plants and animals in the United States. Remains of a Rainbow, their groundbreaking and unprecedented coverage of the Hawaiian Islands, transforms these statistics into living beings with faces, unique characteristics, and beauty, through vivid and poignant photographic portraits. With more than 300 images, this splendidly vibrant volume will be showcased in traveling museum exhibitions over the next three years at major natural history venues. Remains of a Rainbow focuses on the native species that have evolved on the islands of Hawaii, one of the biologically richest places on Earth, and also one of the most threatened. Working closely with expert field biologists, Liittschwager and Middleton capture images of ecosystems full of new discoveries (species not yet known to science), rediscoveries (species thought to be extinct), and the exotic habitats in which these species fight to survive. The text and elegant photographs tell a powerful story - of the rare creatures of the world, of little-seen habitats in the wild, of human interference that threatens their survival, and of the people who devote their lives to preserving them.



Isles of Refuge: Wildlife and History of Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Isles of Refuge: Wildlife and History of Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Book BOOK SERIES: Latitude 20
AUTHOR: Mark Rauzon
PUBLISHER: University of Hawaii Press
DATE PUBLISHED: January 2001
NUMBER OF PAGES: 205
DIMENSIONS: 9.2 x 8.2 x 0.6 inches
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: In Isles of Refuge, the first book solely devoted to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, field biologist Mark Rauzon shares his extensive, first-hand knowledge of their natural history while providing an engaging narrative of his travels. Braving seasickness, bad weather, and biting bird ticks, he journeyed from Nihoa to Kure to study and photograph plants and animals for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.



Pests of Paradise
Pests of Paradise: First Aid and Medical
Treatment of Injuries from Hawaii's Animals  Book AUTHOR: Susan Scott and Craig Thomas
BOOK SERIES: Latitude 20 Books
PUBLISHER: University of Hawaii Press
DATE PUBLISHED: July 10, 2000
NUMBER OF PAGES: 190
DIMENSIONS: 9.0 x 6.1 x 0.5 inches
BINDING: Paperback
FULL TITLE: Pests of Paradise: First Aid and Medical Treatment of Injuries from Hawaii's Animals.PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Do earwigs really crawl into people's ears? Is the sting of a Hawaiian scorpion medically dangerous? What is leptospirosis, and how can we avoid it? Pests of Paradise, a carefully researched and well-illustrated reference book about injuries and infections from animals found in Hawaii, answers these questions and many more in everyday language and in a user-friendly format. Of value to both medical professionals and the general public, this handbook describes each animal in words and color photos, then identifies the mechanism of injury, incidence, prevention, and signs and symptoms of injury or infection. The authors offer first aid recommendations and discuss advanced medical treatment based on the latest published literature. Health-care workers, naturalists, hikers, parents, and child-care providers will find Pests of Paradise a highly useful and informative reference.



Ecotraveler's Wildlife Guide: Hawaii
Hawaii Ecotraveler's Wildlife Guide Book AUTHOR: Doug Pratt
ILLUSTRATOR: Colin Newman
PUBLISHER: Academic Press
DATE PUBLISHED: April 1, 2000
NUMBER OF PAGES: 416
DIMENSIONS: 8.6 x 5.5 x 0.9 inches
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: People travel to Hawaii for sun, sand, and surf but increasingly spend parts of their trips hiking, birdwatching, kayaking, whale-watching, or snorkeling in the island's stunning national parks and nature reserves. Ecotravellers to the islands know that Hawaii is a special place biologically, harboring many native animal and plant species that occur nowhere else on Earth. Contained in this book is all the information you need to find, identify, and learn about the island's magnificent animal life. The author visited parks and preserves, discussed wildlife with local and international experts, and then selected his color illustrations from more than 300 of the islands' most common fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, and birds (including essentially every Hawaiian bird). You will want to have this easy-to-carry, entertainingly written, beautifully illustrated book as a constant companion on your trip.



Plants and Animals of Hawaii
Plants and Animals of Hawaii Book AUTHOR: Susan Scott
PUBLISHER: Bess Press
DATE PUBLISHED: June 1997
NUMBER OF PAGES: 168
DIMENSIONS: 11.2 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: How did anthuriums come to Hawaii? Are geckos native to the Islands? Who brought the destructive mongooses to Oahu? Whether you've just moved to Hawaii or were born here, Plants and Animals of Hawaii will help you learn more about this unique state's plants and animals.



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