Big game of North America: ecology and management
THIS IS THE ONLY BOOK DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO THE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BIG GAME SPECIES. IT IS COMPREHENSIVE AND DETAILED AND WRITTED N A STYLE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE TO BOTH THE WILDLIFE RESEARCHER AND THE AMATEUR NATURALIST.
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Table Page 1 The geological time scale since animal life became abundant
Obligatory classiﬁcation of North American big game animals
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