American Wildlife & Plants: A Guide to Wildlife Food Habits : the Use of Trees, Shrubs, Weeds, and Herbs by Birds and Mammals of the United States

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Courier Dover Publications, 1961 - Nature - 500 pages
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Here, the reader learns of the food and feeding habits of more than 1,000 species of birds and mammals, together with their distribution in America, their migratory habits, and the most important plant-animal relationships. Not only naturalists but also sportsmen, farmers, botanists, birdwatchers, foresters, Boy Scouts, and anyone with a general interest in American wildlife will find this a useful reference book.

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This book was put together by a trio of federal workers. It was, at the time, the best, most extensive treatment of what plants American birds and animals ate. The book is written in three parts, a ... Read full review

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Martin is an authority on plants used by wildlife. For 30 years he was research Biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the Dept. of Interior.

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