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My First Book Of Wild Animals National Wildlife Federation

Author : National Wildlife Federation
ISBN : 9781607348061
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A snowy owl flying, a giant panda climbing, a huge gray whale emerging from the waves: See these beautiful animals in the wild, where they belong. These amazing photos from the archives of the National Wildlife Federation showcase a menagerie of marvelous creatures. Children will look wide-eyed at a herd of wildebeests rushing through water; a mama brown bear attending to her adorable cubs; a smiling alligator, its powerful jaws opened wide; adult elephants protectively surrounding their young; and more. While enjoying their close-up look at this wonderful world of wildlife, kids will gain an early and lifelong appreciation for the marvelous creatures who also call Earth home. From the Board edition.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

My First Book Of Funny Animals National Wildlife Federation

Author : National Wildlife Federation
ISBN : 9781607349167
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Featuring spectacular images straight from the vaults of the National Wildlife Federation, these should be the very first books to introduce children to animals from around the world. Every photo shows these creatures in their natural habitats. Each books in the series carries the logo and name of the National Wildlife Federation. These are not just board books, but the first books that any toddler will love and adults will enjoy reading. Each full page spread is a story by itself. See the lions arguing but the walrus can’t bear to watch. The baby sea lion wants to play and the organgutan wants to play too. The chipmunk tells the polar bear to stop, and the polar bear does. Fantastic photos of wildlife combined with funny comments to make these a new kind of board book.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

My First Book Of Baby Animals National Wildlife Federation

Author : National Wildlife Federation
ISBN : 9781607348047
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A sweet tiger cub, padding softly on its paws across the ground. A little lion getting its head nuzzled by mama as they soak in the sun. Two young kangaroos—joeys—at play. An infant chimpanzee, clinging lovingly to its mother’s back. Nothing’s more irresistible than an animal baby, and with these magnificent photos, kids can meet the cutest ones of all, and their families, too. From two fox kits climbing on logs, to an adorable baby bunny, to a trio of polar bears huddling close to stay warm, to penguins, polar bears, eaglets, and foals, these precious creatures will fascinate human "cubs"—and entice them to look at the pictures over and over again.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

My First Book

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The National Wildlife Federation S Guide To Gardening For Wildlife

Author : Craig Tufts
ISBN : WISC:89052315413
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 22.77 MB
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Offering tips and techniques for providing a gardening style that attracts wildlife, a guide lets readers match garden types to their own yards and customize the landscape for their favorite kinds of animals, birds, and butterflies.
Category: Gardening

Speaking Of Bears

Author : Rachel Mazur
ISBN : 9781493014989
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.97 MB
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As majestic as they are dangerous, and as timeless as they are current, bears continue to captivate readers. Speaking of Bears is not your average collection of stories. Rather it is the history, compiled from interviews with over 100 individuals, of how Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks, all in California’s Sierra Nevada, created a human-bear problem so bad that there were eventually over 2,000 incidents in a single year. It then describes the pivotal moments during which park employees used trial-and-error, conducted research, invented devices, collaborated with other parks, and found funding to get the crisis back under control. Speaking of Bears is for bear lovers, national park buffs, historians, wildlife managers, biologists, policy and grant-makers, and anyone who wants to know the who, what, where, when, and why of what once was a serious human-bear problem, and the path these parks took to correct it. Although these Sierran parks had some of the worst black bear problems in the country, hosted much of the research, and invented the bulk of the technological solutions, they were not the only ones. For that reason, intertwining stories from several other parks including Yellowstone, the Great Smoky Mountains, and Banff-Canada are included. For anyone seeking solutions to human-wildlife conflicts throughout the world, the lessons-learned are invaluable and widely applicable.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Migration Nation National Wildlife Federation

Author : Joanne O'Sullivan
ISBN : 9781607347903
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 55.34 MB
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From whales to manatees, pronghorn antelopes to monarch butterflies, travel along with North American animals as they make the trip of a lifetime. Follow the paths of nine very different types of animals, exploring how and why they take their road trips and the challenges they face along the way. Snakes slither along Southern Ilinois’s Snake Road. Gray Whales swim down the California coast to Baja in Mexico and sandhill cranes wing their way through the midwest. Along the way, these animals on-the-go mate, molt and munch in really unique ways. Migrating polar bears cross through the center of Churchill, Manitoba and monarch butterflies may even cross through your back yard. Kids learn how and when to catch these commuting critters along their paths. Fabulous photos from the National Wildlife Foundation showcase these amazing animals. Bonus: fun facts about each creature and their habitats.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

My First Book Of Animal Hugs And Kisses

Author : National Wildlife Federation
ISBN : 9781623540616
Genre : Animal behavior
File Size : 42.85 MB
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Charming photos of wildlife combined with adorable comments offer a heartwarming look at creatures from around the world. Any toddler will love this vibrant book as will adults sharing it with little ones."
Category: Animal behavior

When Mountain Lions Are Neighbors

Author : Beth Pratt-Bergstrom
ISBN : 1597143464
Genre : Nature
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A journey through the new interactions of people and wild animals in the large urban environments we both inhabit, starting with the story of P22, the Mountain Lion that recently was featured on 60Minutes
Category: Nature

National Wildlife Federation Field Guide To Wildflowers Of North America

Author : David M. Brandenburg
ISBN : 1402741545
Genre : Nature
File Size : 31.95 MB
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Presents a comprehensive field guide that covers more than seven hundred species of wildflowers in North America, providing common and scientific names; flowering season; leaf, stalk, and blossom descriptions; and range maps.
Category: Nature