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Legacy: Conserving New York State's Biodiversity

Elizabeth A. Johnson & Donald Smith (eds.)

Legacy Conserving New York State's Biodiversity

From the rocky summits of the Adirondack High Peaks to the hundreds of miles of shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes, New York State's rich mosaic of wild neighborhoods supports an abundant variety of life.Legacy offers a remarkable glimpse into this vast array of biodiversity, including the birds in our parks, life in freshwater ponds, varied ecosystems such as alpine tundra, oak-pine forests, and coastal dunes, and much more.Legacy: Conserving New York State's Biodiversity is a product of a unique partnership between the American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, the New York State Biodiversity Research Institute, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, The Nature Conservancy, and the New York Natural Heritage Program. To request a copy of Legacy (free), please go to New York State
Biodiversity Research Institute's page.

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