"Biologists may never completely understand the wildlife they study. However, one universal truth is that wildlife requires habitat to survive. Wildlife-Habitat Relationships: Concepts and Applications is the most authoritative, theoretical, and practical text for students and practicing professionals to better understand, conserve, and manage habitats for wildlife."
— Paul R. Krausman, Professor of wildlife sciences, University of Arizona
"Learning about the habitat requirements of plants and animals is a fundamental part of ecology, making the new edition of this seminal book a must-read for all ecologists and conservation biologists."
— David B. Lindenmayer, Research Professor, Centre for Resource & Environmental Studies, Australian National Univ., Canberra