The Monarch Migration: A Journey through the Monarch Butterfly's Winter Home$24.00
Author: Nat Hab's own Court Whelan, Ph.D.
Explore the monarch butterfly’s extraordinary winter home in this photographic and scientific journey. Combining over 17 years of photography and research, Court Whelan shares his deep knowledge of the monarch migration in a way that will resonate with readers, photographers, and naturalists of all ages. Whether you have been to witness this sensational phenomenon yourself, dream to one day, or simply want to live vicariously through Court’s many years of doctoral research and conservation photography, this stunning photo book just might migrate to your coffee table permanently.Learn More
Antarctic: A Tribute to Life in the Polar Regions$39.00
Author: Michael Poliza
With his inimitable blend of intimate close-ups and cinematic landscapes, Poliza leads us through the magical worlds of these frozen paradises most threatened by global warming. Poliza shows polar bears as they frolicked among purple fireweed against the majestic Arctic backdrop, varied and multicolored icebergs, as well as a number of rare and endangered species. Poliza once again captures the most vulnerable treasures--still ensconced in our planet's few pristine landscapes.Learn More
An Adventurous Nature$40.00
This 271-page coffee table book is filled with hundreds of beautiful images and dozens of adventure stories from professional adventurers, guides, photographers and local residents who spend their lives searching out the most exciting and personal encounters in nature. Edited by Candice Gaukel Andrews with a forward by Ben Bressler, Natural Habitat Adventures' founder and director. Available exclusively through our NHA Gear Store.Learn More
The World of the Polar Bear$29.00
Author: Norbert Rosing
For almost 20 years, Norbert Rosing has traveled regularly to the west coast of Hudson Bay, and has captured this unique world and its inhabitants on film. In The World of the Polar Bear, he guides us on a visual journey of discovery following the life cycle of the polar bear – a cycle closely tied to the melting and freezing of polar ice.Learn More
Author: Nick Garbutt
This beautiful oversized book of 250 color photographs, many full-page, and accompanying essays on Borneo's habitats, wildlife, history and conservation (including a chapter on the Heart of Borneo project), published in association with the World Wildlife Fund, is an excellent overview of the natural history of the island.Learn More
Yellowstone and Grand Teton Field Guide$25.00
Author: Kurt F. Johnson
Nat Hab Expedition Leader and wildlife biologist Kurt Johnson is a serious expert in the Greater Yellowstone eco-system and his comprehensive field guide Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks has become a must-have tool for any nature explorer to the region. Filled with essential facts and more than 1200 images and 130 illustrations of wildlife and their habitats, this handy-sized paperback is like “having your own personal naturalist” at your side.Learn More
Glimpses of Madagascar$55.00
Author: Ronald A. Lake
In this stunningly illustrated book, Ronald A. Lake shares his photographs of the animal life, plant life and landscapes of Madagascar. Images of vast rural life and bustling city streets, of exotic lemurs and ancient baobabs, of rain forest and plains, reveal a deep look into an extraordinary land and its people, as well as the many economic and social challenges it faces.Learn More
The Photographer's Eye$29.00
Author: Michael Freeman
The Photographer's Eye shows how anyone can develop the ability to see and shoot great digital photographs. The book explores all the traditional approaches to composition and design, but crucially, it also addresses the new digital technique of shooting in the knowledge that a picture will later be edited, manipulated, or montaged to result in a final image that may be very different from the one seen in the viewfinder. Soft cover.Learn More
The Traveling Nature Photographer$30.00
Author: Steven Morello
Are you planning to take a trip to a place with extreme cold, humidity, or dust and don’t know how to prepare? Whether it is choosing a lens or making a bad weather day into a good photo day, this book is exactly the reference you will want to have. Written by our own award winning guide and photographer Steven Morello, The Traveling Nature Photographer is perfect for anyone who travels to photograph the natural world. In fact, this book is a direct response to the photographic issues that Steve has encountered during the twenty plus years of guiding on Natural Habitat adventures. If you have traveled with Steve, you know of his easy going and good-humored way of interpreting the natural world, this book is an extension of his guiding manner. Filled with more then 225 beautiful photographs, you are sure to enjoy this book.Learn More
Author: Michael Poliza & Friends
Award-winning photographer Michael Poliza's seventh book for teNeues showcases Kenya with aerial shots and dramatic landscapes, vivid animal studies, and portraits of the proud Maasai people. This stunning book captures the spirit of the place and its inhabitants like no other. Poliza conveys the adventure and excitement of the unique locations he has chosen to explore, and as with all his best-selling titles, Poliza's concern for fragile eco-systems and vibrant cultures is reflected on every page. A skilled artist and gifted storyteller, Poliza's one-of-a-kind work combines advanced technique and original composition. Each breathtaking photograph is beautifully printed on luxurious paper and stands on its own as an expressive work of art.Learn More
The Urge To Know$97.00
Author: John Calvert
It was love at first sight when Jonathan Calvert saw the Matterhorn in 1953. Something in the way the mountain held sway over him inspired a lifelong passion for natural beauty and adventure. Over the next fifty years, Calvert climbed, hiked, trekked, sailed, kayaked, and dog-sledded in wild places across the globe, following his urge to know.Learn More
And he hasn’t quit yet.
Earth Under Fire$35.00
Author: Gary Braash
Earth Under Fire is a comprehensive look at the world wide effects of climate change. In dramatic photographs, maps and quotes from world climate science leaders, this one-of-a-kind book shows how the earth is being changed right now.
The book illustrates on-going shifts from weather extremes and melting glaciers to disruptions of animal migration and plant growth -- including the strong impact on human life, cities and cultures.
Earth Under Fire ends with a vision of how we can slow global warming and improve the lives of people everywhere.
Photography, research and main text by Gary Braasch based on his acclaimed photo-documentation World View of Global Warming. 270 pages, 110 photographs plus maps, scientist essays, informative sidebars, detailed references and bibliography.
The Sarcastic Lens$60.00
Authors: Richard and Amy Lynn ~ Natural Habitat Guests
This coffee table book chronicles how two ordinary photography enthusiasts traveled to 40 different countries on all seven continents to observe and photograph hundreds of animal species of all sizes and shapes. Presented in 700 images accompanied by sarcastic (hence the title) prose, this is more than a photography book. The author, a Natural Habitat guest, likes to say: “Come for the photos, stay for the stories.” A great gift for nature travel enthusiasts!Learn More
In Bushveld and Desert: A Game Ranger's Life$20.00
Author: Christiaan Bakkes
In February 1994 it made headline news: a young game ranger from the Kruger National Park was attacked by two crocodiles and lost his left arm. For Christiaan Bakkes, recklessness and an insatiable lust for adventure led to tragedy. Writing about his experiences a unique writer’s voice was born. A South African Hemingway.Learn More