Five books on birds and science

Moral Entanglements
Moral Entanglements: Conserving Birds in Britain and Germany

Moral Entanglements: Conserving Birds in Britain and GermanyBy Stefan BargheerUniversity of Chicago Press, 2018, paperback, 326 pages

This important book about the history of bird conservation in Europe has lessons for a North American audience. The author’s central question considers how values change over time and how individuals develop moral commitments. Using life-history data derived from written narratives and oral histories, he follows the development of conservation from the late 1700s to current efforts in large-scale biodiversity conservation.

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Matt Mendenhall

Matt Mendenhall is the editor of BirdWatching magazine and He joined the staff of BirdWatching (formerly Birder’s World) in 2000 and has worn many hats over the years: reporter, story wrangler, photo editor, managing editor, and now editor. Originally from Omaha, he lives with his wife and two daughters in Milwaukee and holds a Bachelor’s in journalism from Marquette University. You can reach Matt at (617) 706-9098 and [email protected].

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