|A peek at one of our bookshelves, courtesy of Tania Poole.|
The year ahead holds plenty of promise - including a growing list of interesting cryptozoology and naturalist books. We've pulled together a few that have caught our eye and presented them here to share with our readers. (We've just noticed a slight anomaly - if one of the links comes up as a generic Amazon ad, just refresh the page to get the book link.) Enjoy!
The Encyclopaedia of New and Rediscovered Animals by Karl Shuker.
The Black Rhinos of Namibia: Searching for Survivors in the African Desert by Rick Bass.
The Kirtlands Warbler: The Story of a Bird's Fight Against Extinction and the People Who Saved It by William Rapai.
The Existence of Sasquatch and Yeti by Carol Hand.
Abominable Science: Origins of the Yeti, Nessie and Other Famous Cryptids by Daniel Loxton and Donald R. Prothero.
I'm sure there will be plenty more so keep your wallet handy.