NETBOY, Anthony. Salmon - The World's Most Harassed Fish. London, Andre Deutsch Ltd, 1980.
8vo. Original orange cloth, titled in silver to spine, with pictorial dust wrapper featuring a salmon (arguably already in the process of being harassed by the photographer); pp.304; some very slight fading to the spine of the dust wrapper, but a very good copy regardless.
First edition. This study on the life and habits of salmon investigates the ways in which the fish is particularly vulnerable to the effects of human industry, and suggests ways in which we might go about preserving them. Netboy spent thirteen years in the US Federal Service as a writer of conservation reports, and authored a previous book - Salmon, the Struggle for Survival.