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By Sarah Cox

What’s to be done when only three spotted owls are left in the wild in Canada? When wolves eat endangered caribou, cormorants kill rare trees and housing developments threaten a tiny frog?

Environmental journalist Sarah Cox has witnessed what happens when we drive species to the brink of extinction. In Signs of Life, she tags along with the Canadian military, Indigenous guardians, biologists, conservationists and ordinary people who are racing to save hundreds of species before it’s too late.

240 pages, 6” x 9”, paperback, black and white. ISBN 978-1-77310-288-7


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