Quantifying Behavior the JWatcher Way is now out of print but used copies are still available. Visit the JWatcher website for information about the program.
A Primer of Conservation Behavior is the first textbook for the field of conservation behavior. Learn more about the book by visiting the book’s website.
The Failure of Environmental Education (And How We Can Fix It) was listed by Time.com lists as one of 7 education books to take to the beach. Learn more about the book, read a sample chapter, read reviews at the UC Press website.
Eating Our Way to Civility: A Dinner Party Guide is available as an e-book. Learn more about the e-book, and contribute to the movement to increase civility by having fun and delicious dinner parties at the Eating Our Way to Civility blog. Check out Dan’s UCLA Today interview about the book and blog.
Escaping from Predators: An Integrative View of Escape Decisions is available from Cambridge University Press as a hardback and as an e-book. Check out the Atlas Obscura piece on escape (with videos!). Check out reviews in Quarterly Review of Biology, and Animal Behaviour.
Ecotourism’s Promise and Peril: A Biological Evaluation was released in November 2017. Read more about the book at the Springer site.
The Nature of Fear: Survival Lessons from the Wild was released in September 2020. Read more about the book at the Harvard site.
“Clearly, The Nature of Fear is a book for this moment. Dread is all around, manifold and constant during the coronavirus pandemic, of course. But a particular theme of our escalating anxieties comes to the fore with Blumstein’s book in hand: the fear of belonging to nature…As the pandemic brings into focus our biological fragility, the time seems apt to examine the nature of human fear through the lens of, well, nature.”―The Atlantic.