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Voyageur Press, 2002 - Nature - 72 pages
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Beavers, written in the very readable style for which Dr. Leonard Lee Rue is well-known, presents an engaging look at the life of beavers around the world. Focusing mainly on the North American beaver, Dr. Rue introduces you to the beaverís way of life, one season at a time.

Youíll learn about the beaverís building projects (dams, lodges, burrows, channels, canals, and more), how they give birth and raise their young, and the relationship between beavers and humans.

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Dr. Leonard Lee Rue IIIhas lived in the outdoors among the creatures that he photographs and writes about for most of his life. For several decades he was the most published wildlife photographer in North America, with over 1,800 magazine covers to his credit. He is the author of thirty books on wildlife, includingThe Deer of North America and The Way of the Whitetail, and writes monthly columns for Deer and Deer Hunting and Whitetail Timesmagazines. In 1997 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA).

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