Baby Ground Squirrel

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Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 36 pages
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Winter is barely over when the baby ground squirrels (also known as the prairie gopher) are born. At first completely dependent on their mother, the little ones will grow up quickly. By midsummer their parents will disappear underground again to snooze the rest of the season away. And now the young ones face the world alone, as they fatten themselves up for the long winter ahead.

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Contents

The First look
10
Tiny Babies
16
The Underground Nursery
22
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Aubrey Lang has been a freelance writer and photographer for more than fifteen years and a science writer and wildlife photographer for the past twenty-five years.

Wayne Lynch has seen his work published in more than two dozen countries. With Aubrey Lang he has produced nearly forty titles for children and adults, and countless articles in well-known nature magazines, including Ranger Rick, Owl, Wild, National Wildlife and Canadian Geographic.

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