An Instant Guide to Mammals: The Most Familiar Species of North American Mammals Described and Illustrated in Full Color
An Instant Guide to Mammals is an ideal compact identification guide to the most familiar mammals of North America. From the mountains and tundra of the far north to the deserts of the southwest and the temperate woodland of the northwest, this book helps you to recognize the most common species you are likely to encounter.
An easy-to-understand system of color-coded bands (denoting type of mammal) and group symbols leads quickly to the correct section of the book. Detailed full-color illustrations with tracks, where applicable, and a distribution map allow you to make a positive identification.
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