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Our Vanishing Wild Life

Our Vanishing Wild Life by William T. Hornaday
By: (1854-1937)

"Our Vanishing Wild Life" by William T. Hornaday is a thought-provoking and eye-opening account of the rapid decline of wildlife populations across the globe. The author paints a grim picture of the devastating effects of human activities such as hunting, deforestation, and pollution on the delicate ecosystems that support myriad species of plants and animals.

Hornaday's passion for conservation is apparent throughout the book, as he delves into the history of wildlife preservation efforts and highlights the urgent need for action to protect our planet's dwindling biodiversity. He provides detailed examples of species that have been driven to the brink of extinction, including the American bison and the Carolina parakeet, and stresses the importance of conservation and sustainable management practices to ensure the survival of future generations.

While the subject matter can be sobering, Hornaday's writing is engaging and accessible, making it a compelling read for anyone interested in the natural world and the importance of preserving it for future generations. Overall, "Our Vanishing Wild Life" serves as a powerful call to action to protect and appreciate the incredible diversity of life on Earth before it's too late.

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We are weary of witnessing the greed, selfishness and cruelty of “civilized” man toward the wild creatures of the earth. We are sick of tales of slaughter and pictures of carnage. It is time for a sweeping Reformation; and that is precisely what we now demand. -William Temple Hornaday

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