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My travel in search of light on the 'Animals at Home" have taken me up and down the Rocky Mountains for nearly thirty years. In the canyons from British Columbia to Mexico, I have lighted my campfire, far beyond the bounds of law and order, at times, and yet I have found no place more rewarding than the Yellow Stone Park, the great mountain haven of the wild life. Contents: The Cute Coyote; The Praire-dog and His Kin; Famous Furbearers, Fox, Marten, Beaver and Otter; Horns and Hoofs and Legs of Speed; Bats in the Devil's Kitchen; The Well-meaning Skunk; Old Siler-grizzle, the Badger; The Squirrel and His Jerky-tail Brothers; The Rabbits and Their Habits; Ghosts of the Campfire; Sneak-cat, Big and Small; Bears of High and Low Degree. Appendix: Mammals of Yellowstone Park. Illustrated with over 150 Drawings and Photographs by the Author.
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Ernest Thompson Seton (1860 1946) was a British-born author, wildlife artist, cofounder of the Boy Scouts of America, and an early pioneer of the modern school of animal fiction writing whose best-known book is "Wild Animals I Have Known."
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Book Description Stevens Publishing, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1885529155