The 400-page book, Terrestrial Vertebrates of Pennsylvania: A Complete Guide to Species
of Conservation Concern, is a comprehensive account of animals threatened by habitat
loss and fragmentation, illegal harvesting, pollution, and new and emerging threats
from white-nose syndrome, invasive species, and wind and gas energy exploitation.
The book – the first comprehensive examination of Pennsylvania’s land animals in 25
years --reveals that 133 species merit conservation concern.
To learn more about the book from its lead editor, Wilkes University’s noted biology Professor Michael Steele, click on the links to these videos in which he discusses highlights from the book.
- For more information about Endangered Species, please click here
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