A Field Guide to Nearby Nature: Fields and Woods of the Midwest and East Coast
Shows and describes common varieties of plants and animals, including bats, raccoons, skunks, crows, gulls, earthworms, ants, butterflies, fireflies, dandelions, goldenrod, and violets
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
acorns adult anthocyanins aphids back swimmer bark beaver bees berries birds Bracket fungi buds Bumblebees Caddis fly canadensis capsule cells chickadee Coast cocoon color coyotes crow deer eastern fall feed feet female fern fertilize Field Guide flies Frog fungus gall genus goldenrod gray green grow gulls hatch hibernate holes Houghton Mifflin Hummingbird insects Knopf Inc Kochanoff larvae lays eggs leaves legs Lichens little brown bat live male mammals mating MEADOW VOLE mice moist monarch butterflies moss mourning cloak nectar nest Newfoundland North America Nova Scotia nymph orange pellets pigments pollen prey puffball pupae queen rabbit Ruby-throated Ruby-throated hummingbirds seeds shrew silk skin Skunk soil south to Florida south to Georgia southern Canada species spiders spore spring squirrels stems sticky sugar maple tail trees tunnels twigs underground underside underwater vole wasp larvae wildlife wings winter wood yellow York young