Book review: ‘The Song of the Dodo: Island Biogeography in an Age of Extinctions’ by David Quammen

David Quammen travels the world, visiting endangered species.

The Song of the DodoAn entertaining science-travel book, examining the thorny issue of whether species can be conserved in small "islands". A great read, and very well researched—despite the occasional, unfair dig at Charles Darwin.

Writer and photographer Richard Carter, FCD is the founder of the Friends of Charles Darwin. He lives in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.WebsiteFacebookTwitterNewsletterBooks
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…wonderful. Science and history and geography and evolution and culture all tangled up in musings while walking about the moors around Hebden Bridge.”—PZ Myers
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