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Written for a wide audience, this authoritative handbook describes and illustrates 117 species of Wyoming mammals, ranging from the dwarf shrew to Ursus arctos horribilis--better known as the grizzly bear. Generously illustrated with 233 photographs, distribution maps, and line drawings, and including information on size, appearance, range and habitat, reproductive biology, habits, and food--as well as fascinating natural history observations--this accessible introduction to the biology of Wyoming mammals will appeal to even casual observers of animal life in the state.
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"Much new data . . . in a form usable to both technical and lay readers."--Robert S. Hoffmann, Director, National Museum of Natural HistoryAbout the Author:
Tim W. Clark, graduate faculty member in biological sciences at Idaho State University and president of Biota Research and Consulting in Jackson, Wyoming, is the author of Ecology and Ethology of the White-Tailed Prairie Dog and coeditor of The Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants and Vertebrates of Wyoming.
Mark R. Stromberg, formerly with The Nature Conservancy, is resident director of National Audubon Society's Appleton-Whittel Biological Research Sanctuary in Arizona and is a research associate at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
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Book Description Univ Pr of Kansas, 1987. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0893380253