Alumna Allison Hegan publishes book on species conservation

HeganAllison Hegan (Kleine) (B.A. ’10) has published a new book, No More Endlings: Saving Species One Story at a Time. Among the book’s other contributors are the UW–Madison’s very own professors Cal DeWitt, Lisa Naughton and Adrian Treves, and graduates Leela Hazzah, Stephanie Dolrenry, and Mike Wallace.

A blend of story-telling, science, and imagery, No More Endlings shares the personal accounts of those working to protect endangered species. Readers of this incredible anthology will gain a fresh look at the lives of some well-beloved species as well as those lesser-known. NoMoreEndlingsBookFilled with intimate details from each contributor’s journey, as well as inspiration for those of us who may never make it into the jungles of South America or the grasslands of Africa, No More Endlings is the perfect read for anyone interested in wildlife, conservation, and a good story. Chapter authors, ranging from National Geographic Explorers, to college professors and internationally recognized conservationists and activists, will inspire readers to take action and ensure a world with no more endlings.

50% of the royalties from book sales will go to conservation.

Allison graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in People-Environment Geography and certificates in environmental studies and African studies. Originally from Pasadena, California, she most recently worked for the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York City, and currently designs websites while travelling with her husband, Alastair, a travel nurse.

Author: Geography Staff