American wildlife and plants

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Dover Publications, 1961 - Nature - 500 pages
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Food habits of more than 1,000 species of mammals, birds, fish, plus important plants as food researched by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 300 illustrations, maps.

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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

Contents

INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS
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THE PLANT ROOTS OF WILDLIFE
3
FARM CROPS AND WILDLIFE
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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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