Wildlife Trade and PoachingNote: See also the reference list of the Trade Chapter.
Beard, Peter. 1988. The End of the Game. The Last Word from Paradise. A Pictorial Documentation of the Origins, History and Prospects of the Big Game in Africa. Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA, 250 pages.
Butler, P.J. 1992. Parrots, Pressures, People, and Pride. In: New World Parrots in Crisis. Solutions from Conservation Biology. Ed. by S.R. Beissinger and N.F.R. Snyder. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.
Carter, Nick and Dave Currey. 1987. The Trade in Live Wildlife. Mortality and Transport Conditions. Environmental Investigation Agency, Washington, DC.
Cunningham, C. and J. Berger. 1997. Horn of Darkness. Rhinos on the Edge. Oxford University Press, New York.
Currey, D. 1996. The Political Wilderness. India's Tiger Crisis. Environmental Investigation Agency, London, UK.
Currey, D. and H. Moore. 1994. Living Proof. African Elephants. The success of the CITES Appendix I ban. Environmental Investigation Agency, London, UK.
Dobbs, David. 2000. The Great Gulf. Fishermen, Scientists, and the Struggle to Revive the World's Greatest Fishery. Island Press, Washington, DC, 256 pages. (New England fishery.)
Domalain, Jean-Yves. 1977. The Animal Connection. William Morrow & Co., New York.
Doughty, Robin W. 1975. Feather Fashions and Bird Preservation. A Study in Nature Protection. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, 184 pages.
Douglas-Hamilton, Iain and Oria. 1992. Battle for the Elephants. Ed. by Brian Jackman. Viking, New York. (Extensive discussion of the ivory trade.)
Drayer, Mary Ellen (ed.). 1997. The Animal Dealers. Evidence of Abuse of Animals in the Commercial Trade 1952-1997. Animal Welfare Institute, Washington, DC, 395 pages plus Appendices.
Ellis, R. 1991. Men and Whales. Alfred A. Knopf, New York.
Endangered Species Project. 1994. Crime Against Nature. Organized Crime and the Illegal Wildlife Trade. The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society of the UK, Earth Island Institute, Endangered Species Project (1836 14th St., NW, Washington, DC).
Environmental Investigation Agency. 1992. Flight to Extinction. The Wild-Caught Bird Trade. Environmental Investigation Agency and Animal Welfare Institute, Washington, DC, 27 pages.
Environmental Investigation Agency. 1994. CITES. Enforcement Not Extinction. Environmental Investigation Agency (2 Pear Tree Court, London), 37 pages.
Fitzgerald, Sarah. 1989. International Wildlife Trade: Whose Business Is It? World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC, 459 pages.
Galster, S. 1996. Russia's Final Roar. Criminal Threats to the Siberian Tiger and Local Communities: An Inside Look at a New Fight For Survival. The Investigative Network (Global Survival Network), Washington, DC.
Galster, S. 1997. CITES at Work. International Cooperation and the Comeback of the Siberian Tiger. Global Survival Network and others, Washington, DC.
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Galster, S.R., S.F. LaBudde and C. Stark. 1994. Crime Against Nature. Organized Crime and the Illegal Wildlife Trade. Endangered Species Project. San Francisco, CA (Fort Mason Center, E-205, San Francisco, CA 94123).
Global Survival Network. 1997. CITES At Work. International Cooperation and the Comeback of the Siberian Tiger. Global Survival Network and others. Washington, DC, 17 pages. (E-mail: email@example.com)
Green, Alan and the Center for Public Integrity. 1999. Animal Underworld. Inside America's Black Market for Rare and Exotic Species. Public Affairs, Perseus Book Group, New York, 286 pages.
Grosz, Terry. 1999. Wildlife Wars. The Life and Times of a Fish and Game Warden. Johnson Books, Boulder, CO, 288 pages.
Grove, N. 1981. Wild Cargo: The Business of Smuggling Animals. National Geographic, March, Vol. 159, No. 3, pages 287-314.
Hanna, Susan, Richard Allen, Heather Blough, Suzanne Ludicello, Gary Matlock and Bonnie McCay. 2000. Fishing Grounds. Defining a New Era for American Fisheries Management. The H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment. Island Press, Washington, DC, 256 pages.
Highley, Keith and Suzie Chang Highley. 1994. Bear Farming and Trade in China and Taiwan. Humane Society of the United States, Washington, DC, 69 pages.
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Knights, P. and S. Fisher. 1995. From Forest to Pharmacy. Canada's Underground Trade in Bear Parts. Investigative Network for The Humane Society of the United States/Humane Society International/The Humane Society of Canada.
Knights, Peter. 1996. From Forest to Pharmacy. The Global Underground Trade in Bear Parts. Investigative Network and The Humane Society of the United States, Washington, DC.
Kurlansky, Mark. 1997. Cod. A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World. Walker & Co., New York, 294 pages.
Munn, C. 1988. The Real Macaws. Animal Kingdom. New York Zoological Society, (now Wildlife Conservation Society), Vol. 91, No. 5, pages 20-26. (Trade in parrots for the pet market.)
Nash, S.V. 1993b. Sold for a Song. The Trade in Southeast Asian Non-CITES Birds. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK.
Nichol, John. 1987. The Animal Smugglers and Other Wildlife Traders. Facts on File Publications, New York, 198 pages.
Nilsson, Greta, Christine Stevens and John Gleiber. 1980. Facts About Furs. Animal Welfare Institute, Washington, DC, 258 pages.
Nilsson, Greta. 1981. The Bird Business: A Study of the Commercial Cage Bird Trade. Animal Welfare Institute, Washington, DC, 121 pages.
Pearce, J. 1995. Slaughter of the Apes. How the Tropical Timber Industry is Devouring Africa's Great Apes. World Society for the Protection of Animals, London, UK.
Reisner, Marc. 1991. Game Wars. The Undercover Pursuit of Wildlife Poachers. Viking, New York, 294 pages.
Stewart, Jean. 1977. Traps and Trapping. Furs and Fashion. Argus Archives, New York.
Wijnstekers, Willem. 1992. The Evolution of CITES. 3rd edition. International Fund for Animal Welfare. (Available from CITES Secretariat, Lausanne, Switzerland.)
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