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The Last Refuge Of The Mt Graham Red Squirrel

Author : H. Reed Sanderson
ISBN : 0816527687
Genre : Science
File Size : 30.96 MB
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Papers from a symposium on the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel, called in response to the building of an observatory on the mountain by the University of Arizona, offers a comprehensive picture of the ecological conditions and the impacts of natural and man-mad changes on the squirrel and its mountain home.
Category: Science

Tracker S Field Guide

Author : James Lowery
ISBN : 9781493004737
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.13 MB
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Tracking expert Jim Lowery distills his remarkable expertise, gained over decades of intensive research and practical field experience, into this comprehensive field guide to tracking North American mammals. He fully illustrates it with hundreds of drawings and high-resolution photographs, setting a new standard for books on tracking.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Lost Forty Trail Guide

Author : Chippewa National Forest (Minn.). Blackduck Ranger District
ISBN : MINN:31951003039717H
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 64.35 MB
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Category: Sports & Recreation

Scottish Heinemann Maths 7 Textbook Single

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ISBN : 0435180029
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File Size : 65.57 MB
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"Scottish Heinemann Maths" reflects the content of the HMI report "Improving Mathematics Education 5-14". It offers a structured development of mental calculation strategies, using clear progression and continuity of topics, and increases the pace of progression.
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Illinois Audubon

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924101508764
Genre : Birds
File Size : 25.83 MB
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Category: Birds

The Boy S Own Paper

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ISBN : UOM:39015014706629
Genre : Children's literature
File Size : 47.56 MB
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Category: Children's literature

Hiking Rocky Mountain National Park

Author : Kent Dannen
ISBN : 9780762786138
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 68.11 MB
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Lace up your boots and sample more than 450 miles of trails in Rocky Mountain National Park and the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Veteran hiker Kent Dannen introduces you to memorable trails highlighting the natural splendor of the Rockies. Each hike description includes detailed information on trail access, best times for hiking, and points of interest along the way. This new edition is fully updated and revised, with special sections on what to wear, carry, and eat and invaluable advice on wilderness ethics and safety. Its smaller size and package, complete with illustrations, makes this guide an indispensable companion to hiking and backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park and the Indian Peaks Wilderness.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Build A Bluebird Trail

Author : Dale Evva Gelfand
ISBN : 9781603426237
Genre : Nature
File Size : 28.28 MB
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Conservationists across North America are working to help protect and support bluebirds, and you can do your part by creating a bluebird trail. This is simply a series of nesting boxes (anywhere from a few to a few thousand) set about 300 feet apart along a prescribed route. Dale Gelfand tells you what you need to know about bluebirds and their habits, and she shows you how to create and monitor an effective bluebird trail with well-designed nesting boxes.
Category: Nature

Recreation

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ISBN : UOM:39015049231379
Genre : Recreation
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Category: Recreation

Food Hoarding In Animals

Author : Stephen B. Vander Wall
ISBN : 0226847357
Genre : Science
File Size : 27.83 MB
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In this first comprehensive synthesis of the literature on food hoarding in animals, Stephen B. Vander Wall discusses how animals store food, how they use food and how this use affects individual fitness, why and how food hoarding evolved, how cached food is lost, mechanisms for protecting and recovering cached food, physiological and behavioral factors that influence hoarding, and the impact that hoarding animals have on plant populations and plant dispersal. He then provides detailed coverage of hoarding behavior across taxa—mammals, birds, and arthropods—to address issues in evolution, ecology, and behavior. Drawings, photographs, and appendixes document complex and intrinsically interesting food-hoarding behaviors, and the bibliography of nearly 1,500 sources is itself an invaluable and unique reference.
Category: Science

Hiking North Carolina S National Forests

Author : Johnny Molloy
ISBN : 9781469611686
Genre : Travel
File Size : 47.80 MB
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North Carolina's 1.2 million acres of national forestland are some of our state's most distinctive and botanically diverse areas. Veteran nature writer Johnny Molloy welcomes you to enjoy these beautiful and often surprising wild areas, guiding you safely there and back again. Molloy renders the sometimes primitive trails accessible to both beginner and more intrepid hikers, from families with small children to dedicated wilderness wanderers. Spotlighting the best hikes in all four of North Carolina's national forests--Nantahala, Pisgah, Uwharrie, and Croatan, ranging from the mountains to the coast--this book includes some of the state's most heralded destinations and invites you to explore many lesser-known gems. Features include * A hike summary, including distance, time, and difficulty of each trip * Detailed instructions to keep you on the trail * GPS coordinates of every trailhead, a narrative of the hike, and can't-miss features * A cultural and natural history of each area * Best seasons to go * Fees and permits, as well as contact information for each area * Photos and maps to orient you
Category: Travel

One Man S Owl

Author : Bernd Heinrich
ISBN : 0691000654
Genre : Nature
File Size : 24.98 MB
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This engaging chronicle of how the author and the great horned owl "Bubo" came to know one another over three summers spent in the Maine woods--and of how Bubo eventually grew into an independent hunter--is now available in an edition that has been abridged and revised so as to be more accessible to the general reader.
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Lure Of The Lone Trail

Author : Glen Sheppard
ISBN : UOM:39015029285684
Genre : Science
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Family Hiking In The Smokies

Author : Hal Hubbs
ISBN : 9781572336735
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.84 MB
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Family Hiking in the Smokies is specifically geared toward taking children on excursions into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park--the most visited national park in the United States. The park offers much to its nearly ten million annual visitors. For families who seek fun along with educational recreation, the park boasts splendid views and enormous biological diversity. While the guide book concentrates on shorter day hikes, the book also presents longer trails for overnight or weekend camping. Organized by regions of the park, the forty-two concise trail descriptions include many of the most popular destinations, such as Ramsey Cascades, Grotto Falls, and Clingmans Dome Tower, as well as overlooked gems such as Midnight Hole, Lynn Camp Prong, and Juney Whank Falls. This fourth edition includes new trails not found in the book's previous editions, and all are presented in a user-friendly format. This delightful volume also includes specific advice regarding safety, trail difficulty, and keeping children's attention. In addition, Family Hiking in the Smokies provides interesting educational sidebars about fauna, folklore, and material culture along the way. This book, based on the experiences of three expert hikers who have walked with their own children and grandchildren in the park, will provide parents and grandparents with a perfect guide for establishing an adult/child bond with the natural world. Hal Hubbs, Charles Maynard, and David Morris have hiked together and with their families for many years. The three friends formed Panther Press, which originally published Waterfalls and Cascades of the Great Smoky Mountains, along with many other titles on natural history, particularly in the Smokies. Hal, Charles, and David have worked as volunteers in the Smokies and have hiked in many national parks throughout the country. But as long time East Tennessee residents, they especially want families to enjoy the trails of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Category: Sports & Recreation