Mammals of North America: Temperate and Arctic Regions
Written by Adrian Forsyth.
Published by Firefly Books Ltd., 2006. Hardcover edition published 1999.
|Mammals of North America: Temperate and Arctic Regions is
a beautiful book written for anyone who wants to understand the more than 150
species of wild mammals in the North, from the gray squirrel to the wily
wolverine. Much more than a field guide, Mammals of North America goes
beyond simple identification and anatomical descriptions to delve into the
reasons wild mammals live and act the way they do. The insightful text is
illustrated with hundreds of beautiful colour photographs by some of North
Americas foremost wildlife photographers.
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