If you love Natural ,then you have to read this

Snakes of the Eastern United States by Whit Gibbons
Snakes of the Eastern United States by Whit Gibbons
Nonfiction
What's it's about:

More than sixty species of snakes are found in the eastern United States, the region of highest biodiversity of all reptiles and amphibians in North America. In this brand new guide, stunning photographs, colorful geographic range maps, and comprehensive written accounts provide essential information about each species—including detailed identification characteristics, general ecology and behavior, and conservation status. Carefully researched and written by an expert herpetologist, the guide is directed toward a general audience interested in natural history.

Additional information supports the already fact-filled snake species profiles. A chapter on urban and suburban snake ecology focuses on species most commonly found in some of the country’s largest cities and residential settings. A chapter on snake conservation includes information on threats faced by native species in many regions of the eastern United States. Another chapter provides the latest updates on the status of invasive species of pythons and boa constrictors that have now become naturalized permanent residents in certain areas of the country. This is the most accessible and informative guide to snakes of the eastern United States available anywhere.

Features:

- More than 385 stunning color photographs
- Colorful geographic range maps
- Species accounts that cover identification, general ecology and behavior, and conservation status
- Extra information on snakes in urban and suburban areas
- Strong conservation message, with a focus on environmental threats to native species
- Coverage of invasive snakes

Covers snakes in these states (plus Washington, DC): Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin

My thoughts
Five stars
What I loved about it:
More than 385 stunning color photographs

Colorful geographic range maps

Species accounts that cover identification, general ecology and behavior, and conservation status

Extra information on snakes in urban and suburban areas

Strong conservation message, with a focus on environmental threats to native species

Coverage of invasive snakes

Covers snakes in these states : Washington, DC): Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin

stunning photographs , colorful geographic range maps, and comprehensive written accounts provide essential information about each species—including detailed identification characteristics, general ecology and behavior, and conservation status. Carefully researched and written by an expert herpetologist

What I didn't like:
There was nothing to dislike about this book,

Infact it gave a better understanding about them and made me understand in same ways why some many people love them ,even if I'm not one of them , and that's saying something​ since I'm deadly afraid of them always have been, so if you love read about animals and natural like I do then this is a book you have to read.And add to your collection.Once again a big thinks to NetGalley for giving me a chance at reading what tuned out to be a really great book, infact I can't wait to get a copy when I can.