This book will forever change how you believe conservation should be done.
Traditional conservation has gone species by species, habitat by habitat, but that time has passed. Ths crisis is too great. The exponential growth of the human population and its fueling of climate change have allowed the crisis to overwhelm conservation as we have known it. Bill’s stories carry you through a forty-year career launched by single species conservation with the iconic California condor to the establishment of a national park in Madagascar and the desperate sense that none of this is enough. For conservation to work, people must care, and for people to care, they must be part of the equation.