- Warner, William W.
Into the Porcupine Cave and Other Odysseys: Adventures of an Occasional Naturalist
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C., 1999, Quarter Cloth, , First Edition, First Printing, Fine /Near Fine
247 pp. First Printing, April 1999. Not a remainder. 'William Warner's adventures have taken him from the southernmost point of South America to North America's northenmost permanent Eskimo community. He's been mobbed by howler monkeys in the Guatemalan rain forest, cruised the Florida Keys in the company of hardcore birders, and experienced the solitude of Maine's most isolated lighthouse. Always and everywhere, he has looked around him with the fascination of a born naturalist.' Includes: A Prologue, By the Sea; Into the Porcupine Cave; Shorty, Slim, and the Cave Demon; The Night of the Whales; The Fishes of Peleliu; The River and the Howlers; Watching the Birds, Watching the Watchers; With a Little Help; A Short Journey to the Unknown; Saddleback; Author's Note.