Garry Hamilton writes articles focusing on science, natural history, ecology, evolution and conservation. His work has appeared in magazines worldwide, including Audubon, Equinox, New Scientist, The Ecologist and Wildlife Conservation.
Award winning... With beautiful photography and inspiring examples of individuals passionately devoted to wildlife conservation, these are excellent resource for the classroom or school library.-- (12/01/2006) Amazing facts about the dramatic decline of frogs worldwide... Clear, high quality photos add to the interest in this well-designed book... up-to-date information.-- (04/01/2005) Illustrated fast fact section... stunning, full-color photographs bring each species to life and depict a number of individuals inn the field and laboratory working to save these animals... excellent index. These attractive books are a call to action.-- (05/01/2005) [review of series: ] Anyone interested in learning more about endangered animals will find these books fascinating... This series will make a strong addition to any school library.-- (01/01/2006) This beautiful book is another gem from Firefly Books. The photographs on all pages are spectacular with corresponding text appropriately located... This visual treat packed with information will fascinate the youngest readers and stimulate the older students. A must have book.-- (02/01/2005) Countering this dire state of affairs [frog population decline] is the heartening work being done by a number of scientists around the world, many of whom are featured in this book... Vivid photographs.-- (01/29/2005)