I went on Amazon and searched “animal conservation books.” Wildlife Ecology, Conservation, and Management by Sinclair, Fryxell, and Caughly has good ratings. Another good one is Wildlife Restoration: Techniques for Habitat Analysis and Animal Monitoring by Michael Morrison.
There are also books by Jane Goodall, whose work with gorillas is internationally known.
All of the books have incredibly high ratings.
Click here for a list of all her books that are available on Amazon.com
Another suggestion I’d have is Ethics on the Ark: Zoos, Animal Welfare, and Wildlife Conservation by Bryan Norton, Michael Hutchins, and Elizabeth Stevens. This book compiles essays about pro and against views on zoos. Very interesting.
Yes, the Goodall books are a great suggestion. I’d also recommend Thinkers of the Jungle, a book about orangutans by Willie Smits, who has been a leading conservationist for that species’ rainforest habitats. Paul Watson has also written a lot about his work in conservation, including Seal Wars.
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