Bear Watching

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Capstone, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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In this remarkable series, readers are encouraged to become naturalists and explore the mysterious, secret lives of animals. Each book highlights an animal's characteristics, habitats, and behaviors. A field-guide section supports students in identifying common North American species and offers safe, environmentally friendly information for observing the animal in its natural habitat. Sidebars in several books list national parks and preserves with animal-watching programs. This series explores and supports the standard "The Living Environment: Diversity of Life," as required by the Benchmarks for Science Literacy: Project 2061.

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About the author (1999)

Diane Bair and Pamela Wright are authors of more than two dozen travel books. They also write about travel and the outdoors for several magazines, including "Family Fun, Parenting, Better Homes & Gardens," and "Backpacker.

Pamela Wright was born and rasied in Dothan, Alabama where she is currently raising her two children. She is oldest of four siblings. As a young girl she enjoyed reading books of all genres. She accredits her Aunt for her love of writing. She is a certified CNA, and Early Childhood Education Professional with an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice.

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