Backtracking: The Way of a Naturalist

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Chelsea Green Publishing, Aug 1, 1988 - Nature - 232 pages
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In this volume, essays discuss fishers, mantises, salamanders, bluebirds, weasels, owls, rattlesnakes, coyotes, foxes, hawks, eagles, petrels and hemlock trees.

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Backtracking: the way of a naturalist

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A collection of 16 short essays about wildlife encounters during naturalist Levin's career. Primarily about the Northeast, it includes pieces on amphibian life cycles, snakes, cicadas, predatory birds ... Read full review

Contents

ON CALL
1
MANDELBAUMS BUSHES AND BEYOND
10
IN A VERNAL POOL
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Ted Levin is a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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