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    Summary É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Tucker Malarkey Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Stronghold deliverers the importance of our planet conservation and sustainability in a nice neat adventure filled package Stronghold chronicles the life and triumphs of Guido Rahr one of the incredible minds at the forefront of global conservation and sustainability Tucker perfectly captures Guido as a child with a uniue connection to the natural world and subseuently his struggles through academia eventually emerging

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    Read Stronghold READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Summary É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Tucker Malarkey Unpopular opinion alert I really struggled to finish this one On its face this book's description sells it as a fascinating study of a man who has dedicated his life to save salmon filled with adventure intrigue corruption and This was not the book I read I found it to be exceedingly boring and I really did want to like it I work in conservation I love reading books about nature and wildlife and I still found it to trudge along with no p

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    READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey A biography of Guido Rahr and his efforts to preserve wild salmon in the Pacific Basin Today he would be classed ADD during his early years This insightful book was written by his cousin This was a free review copy obtained via Goodreadscom

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    READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Summary É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Tucker Malarkey This book is an eye opener on the crisis regarding salmon health around the globe There were so many points that I never knew about how different salmon varieties prefer different parts of a river for spawning and how their bodies ar

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    READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary Read Stronghold Yes this is a non fiction book about salmon but it is also an extraordinary story told with rich language and a fluid playful cadence There's this balance between the concrete and explicit bio diversity evolution keystone species geo political history etc with the deeply personal with lyrical poetic musings It is all together enrapturing Sometimes my experience reading non fiction is that suggests the writer prioritized the content and may

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    READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey 5 starsA fascinating look at the world's declining salmon population and the ecological concerns happening around the world The future is grim if changes are not made soon I definitely recommend this book to everyone I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley The views given are my own

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    Summary É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Tucker Malarkey READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary I chose this book on the strength of the publishers blurb that it is in the vein of The Orchid Thief which I loved and it’s about saving Salmon from Oregon and beyond and I live in Oregon I didn’t know that Guido Rahr and the author are cousins or that they were children together in Deschutes county where I live or that Guido was the first reptile interpreter at the High Desert Museum where I am a living

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    READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Read Stronghold Thank you Net Galley and Spiegel Grau for the chance to read this astonishing book I chose it initially because of the title As a native Oregonian I thought it would interest me because salmon is our heritage Not far into the book I realized I knew half the people at the center of this story which made it even interesting Then I fell under the spell of Malarkey’s amazing talent in telling a gripping adventure story while infor

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    Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary Summary É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Tucker Malarkey Read Stronghold I won this book in a goodreads giveawayI feel privileged to have read this book Even though I have had no direct involvement in saving the salmon I feel like I have taken part in something extraordinary after completing this

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    READ Stronghold Author Tucker Malarkey Summary É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Tucker Malarkey Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary I thoroughly enjoyed this book and found it hard to put down even during a beach vacation It is a gripping biography of a man dedicated to a sensitive ecosystem that is in peril I appreciated that the author Guido

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  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • Stronghold
  • Tucker Malarkey
  • en
  • 12 April 2018
  • 9781984801692

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Stronghold Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary S in order to set into motion a plan to secure the survival of the endangered salmon an extraordinary keystone species whose demise would reverberate across the planet Tucker Malarkey who accompanies Rahr to the Russian wilderness and reports on events from up close has written a clarion call for a sustainable future a remarkable work of natural history and a riveting account of a species whose future is closely linked to that of our own“All fishermen know that we have to fight to save the waters we love Stronghold tells a captivating story of the struggle to save the last great salmon rivers” Johnny Morris founderowner of Bass Pro shops owner of Cabela’s I chose this book on the strength of the publishers blurb that it is in the vein of The Orchid Thief which I loved and it s about saving Salmon from Oregon and beyond and I live in Oregon I didn t know that Guido Rahr and the author are cousins or that they were children together in Deschutes county where I live or that Guido was the first reptile interpreter at the High Desert Museum where I am a living history interpreter I don t fly fish I don t fish but once I started reading this book I couldn t stopIt s about fish it s about habitat and it s about keeping them both safe from the encroachment of opportunistic development Guido s argument to the Russians was don t do to the salmon what the Americans did to theirs I would say to the Americans don t do to habitats what the Russians did to theirs like Sakhalin Island As Americans we still have a voice and we need to use it In the credits i read that the author was a researcher and coauthor of Sleepwalking Through History a very powerful book that I think should be reuired reading for all Americans I ve read it three times and given copies away it s kinda embarrassingThis is a very readable book that contains a powerful message that we cannot afford to ignore Read it give copies to your friends and talk about it We still have time Retribution Knights of the Board Room #45 endangered salmon an 13th Century Russian Princes extraordinary keystone species whose demise would reverberate across the planet Tucker Malarkey who accompanies Rahr to the Russian wilderness and reports on The Hound of Ulster events from up close has written a clarion call for a sustainable future a remarkable work of natural history and a riveting account of a species whose future is closely linked to that of our own“All fishermen know that we have to fight to save the waters we love Stronghold tells a captivating story of the struggle to save the last great salmon rivers” Johnny Morris founderowner of Bass Pro shops owner of Cabela’s I chose this book on the strength of the publishers blurb that it is in the vein of The Orchid Thief which I loved and it s about saving Salmon from Oregon and beyond and I live in Oregon I didn t know that Guido Rahr and the author are cousins or that they were children together in Deschutes county where I live or that Guido was the first reptile interpreter at the High Desert Museum where I am a living history interpreter I don t fly fish I don t fish but once I started reading this book I couldn t stopIt s about fish it s about habitat and it s about keeping them both safe from the Unpeople Victims of British Policy encroachment of opportunistic development Guido s argument to the Russians was don t do to the salmon what the Americans did to theirs I would say to the Americans don t do to habitats what the Russians did to theirs like Sakhalin Island As Americans we still have a voice and we need to use it In the credits i read that the author was a researcher and coauthor of Sleepwalking Through History a very powerful book that I think should be reuired reading for all Americans I ve read it three times and given copies away it s kinda Men in White Suits embarrassingThis is a very readable book that contains a powerful message that we cannot afford to ignore Read it give copies to your friends and talk about it We still have time

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Stronghold Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary Ho understood why As dams industry and climate change degraded the homes of these magnificent fish Rahr saw that the salmon of the Pacific Rim were destined to go the way of their Atlantic brethren near extinctionAn improbable and inspiring story Stronghold takes us on a wild adventure from Oregon to Alaska to one of the world’s last remaining salmon strongholds in the Russian Far East a landscape of ecological richness and diversity that is rapidly being developed for oil gas minerals and timber And along the way Rahr must navigate a tangled web of scientists conservationists Russian oligarchs corrupt officials impenetrable bureaucracies and unexpected allie Yes this is a non fiction book about salmon but it is also an extraordinary story told with rich language and a fluid playful cadence There s this balance between the concrete and explicit bio diversity evolution keystone species geo political history etc with the deeply personal with lyrical poetic musings It is all together enrapturing Sometimes my experience reading non fiction is that suggests the writer prioritized the content and may well be an expert on said content but falls short in form Stronghold never feels content over form but rather an exuisite coming together of the two to form this sometimes elegiac sometimes ode like wonder filled specific and immediate and urgent bookI never felt the content was spoon fed Malarkey lays the foundation to get me there but she also asks me to think to engage To careIn a time when we might listen to podcasts at 15x speed to ingest as much information as possible uickly google to get the information we need this book asks us to slow to relish to appreciate the rapture of nature To see those who fight indefatigably for the preservation of this world Extraordinary

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Stronghold Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Tucker Malarkey ☆ 2 Summary “A powerful and inspiring story Guido Rahr’s mission to save the wild Pacific salmon leads him into adventures that make for a breathtakingly exciting read” Ian Frazier author of Travels in SiberiaIn the tradition of Mountains Beyond Mountains and The Orchid Thief Stronghold is Tucker Malarkey’s gripping chronicle of an unlikely visionary and his crusade to protect the world’s last bastion for wild salmon From a young age Guido Rahr was a misfit among his family and classmates preferring to spend his time in the natural world An obsessive fly fisherman Rahr noticed when the salmon runs of the Pacific Northwest began to decline and was one of the few w Unpopular opinion alert I really struggled to finish this one On its face this book s description sells it as a fascinating study of a man who has dedicated his life to save salmon filled with adventure intrigue corruption and This was not the book I read I found it to be exceedingly boring and I really did want to like it I work in conservation I love reading books about nature and wildlife and I still found it to trudge along with no plot in sight The first 30% or so of the book is all about Guido Rahr s young life but honestly it could have been condensed into half or a third of what it is The author is Rahr s cousin and I assume she wrote in depth about this because she found it fundamental to their upbringing and how Rahr became so interested in salmon and fly fishing yes there are a lot of pages on fly fishing here However as a third party reader I was uninterested in Guido s traipsing around the world in search of new snakes and creatures to take why does he need to keep so many snakes academic failings disinterest in school inability to take things seriously only to make it into the Yale School of Forestry Environmental Studies arguably the best environmental grad schools in the country and to go on to work for The Nature Conservancy and other prominent organizations Then when the supposed adventure starts I found myself having trouble keeping up with all of the new characters introduced government officials scientists biologists fish enthusiasts funders etc all introduced in the span of 50 pages or so Whiplash And as with many experiences in conservation this ended up being less about the salmon and about the bureaucracy and negotiations it takes to protect the salmon This is certainly a subject worth knowing about salmon used to be a keystone species in rivers around the world but slowly became extinct from the Atlantic seaboard Now salmon on the Pacific Rim are in danger due to gradual disruption of natural river flows in the US and Japan from dams oil and gas development and agricultural diversion The loss of salmon will cause an irreversible trophic cascade affecting entire river and riparian ecosystems However this book was not really an interesting conservation focused read for me For one of the best books of the year on conservation I would recommend The Snow Leopard Project And Other Adventures in Warzone Conservation Drunken Fireworks exciting read” Ian Frazier author of Travels in SiberiaIn the tradition of Mountains Beyond Mountains and The Orchid Thief Stronghold is Tucker Malarkey’s gripping chronicle of an unlikely visionary and his crusade to protect the world’s last bastion for wild salmon From a young age Guido Rahr was a misfit among his family and classmates preferring to spend his time in the natural world An obsessive fly fisherman Rahr noticed when the salmon runs of the Pacific Northwest began to decline and was one of the few w Unpopular opinion alert I really struggled to finish this one On its face this book s description sells it as a fascinating study of a man who has dedicated his life to save salmon filled with adventure intrigue corruption and This was not the book I read I found it to be Angels Flight exceedingly boring and I really did want to like it I work in conservation I love reading books about nature and wildlife and I still found it to trudge along with no plot in sight The first 30% or so of the book is all about Guido Rahr s young life but honestly it could have been condensed into half or a third of what it is The author is Rahr s cousin and I assume she wrote in depth about this because she found it fundamental to their upbringing and how Rahr became so interested in salmon and fly fishing yes there are a lot of pages on fly fishing here However as a third party reader I was uninterested in Guido s traipsing around the world in search of new snakes and creatures to take why does he need to keep so many snakes academic failings disinterest in school inability to take things seriously only to make it into the Yale School of Forestry Environmental Studies arguably the best Murder in Shadow New Scotland YardDoyle and Acton #6 environmental grad schools in the country and to go on to work for The Nature Conservancy and other prominent organizations Then when the supposed adventure starts I found myself having trouble keeping up with all of the new characters introduced government officials scientists biologists fish Trainspotting enthusiasts funders Al Jazeera The Inside Story of the Arab News Channel That is Challenging the West etc all introduced in the span of 50 pages or so Whiplash And as with many Une ténébreuse affaire experiences in conservation this Der KlientDer Regenmacher ended up being less about the salmon and about the bureaucracy and negotiations it takes to protect the salmon This is certainly a subject worth knowing about salmon used to be a keystone species in rivers around the world but slowly became Entfernung von der TruppeAls der Krieg ausbrach extinct from the Atlantic seaboard Now salmon on the Pacific Rim are in danger due to gradual disruption of natural river flows in the US and Japan from dams oil and gas development and agricultural diversion The loss of salmon will cause an irreversible trophic cascade affecting The Silver Branch entire river and riparian Fisher Investments on Utilities ecosystems However this book was not really an interesting conservation focused read for me For one of the best books of the year on conservation I would recommend The Snow Leopard Project And Other Adventures in Warzone Conservation