Welcome to Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC (EMP)
The titles published by EMP are listed below, and through the Cheap Herp Books section of our store (see right margin) we offer a wide variety of herpetological titles and other items at discounted prices.
Biology of the Vipers (2002; edited by Gordon W. Schuett, Mats Hoggren, Michael E. Douglas, and Harry W. Greene) is out-of-print. Downloadable PDFs of all the book chapters are available free of charge (see left margin). Book reviews for several EMP titles also are provided in this section.
Announcing: Amphibians and Reptiles of San Luis Potosí - This title was released in July of 2013, and fewer than 60 copies remain for distribution in the United States. A limited number of books also are available in Europe (please contact Chimaira Buchhandels GmbH through their website: www.chimaira.de) and in Mexico (please contact Guillermo Woolrich at firstname.lastname@example.org) .
HUGE Inventory Reduction Sale on EMP titles! Please click on the images below to view the reduced prices. We are now carrying a number of SSAR items at bargain prices; several new titles were added recently. Please check with us for other SSAR items not listed on our website.
New: We received a few copies of Arteaga et al. (2013) The Amphibians and Reptiles of Mindo - a beautifully illustrated book and the first field guide to any Andean cloud forest region (see below). We also have copies of Lillywhite (2014) How Snakes Work: Structure, Function, and Behavior of the World's Snakes, and LeClere (2013) A Field Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of Iowa.
Special Offer: We just received copies of Lemos-Espinal et al. (2013) Amphibians & Reptiles of the Sierra Tarahumara of Chihuahua, Mexico (price $89.95). Purchase this title along with Amphibians and Reptiles of San Luis Potosí (see above) and receive both books for $145.00 (+ shipping). When purchasing from our online store, we will apply the discount once the order is received.
JUST IN: The Invisible Ark: In Defense of Captivity by David G. Barker and Tracy Barker. This book likely will stir some controversy in certain circles, but it's an incredibly fascinating read!