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A Shadow in the Forest (Northwest Naturalist Books)

John J. Beecham

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ISBN 10: 089301172X / ISBN 13: 9780893011727
Published by University of Idaho Press, 1994
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: A Shadow in the Forest (Northwest Naturalist...

Publisher: University of Idaho Press

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Studies such as this one offer scientists and naturalists the necessary data to make informed decisions about successfully managing this unique and irreplaceable species of American wildlife.

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Did you know that Idaho's black bear are more active during the day than at night, that the bears diet is less than 2 percent meat and that the number of cubs born in the spring is related to the size of the fall berry crop? These are just a few of the facts the authors present about the black bear, a shy adaptable species whose secretive habits and preference for forested habitats has made it a difficult animal to observe. The authors have been collecting biological data since 1972 in order to develop a comprehensive management program for the state's black bear population, and this volume summarizes much of their research. As the black bear's range shrinks with man's encroachment into isolated areas, studies such as this one offer scientists and naturalists the necessary data to make informed decisions about successfully managing this unique and irreplaceable species of American wildlife. This volume will provide naturalists and general readers with information on and a greater understanding of the rare and elusive Idaho black bear.

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