Seasons of the Moose

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Gibbs Smith, 1992 - Nature - 96 pages
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Through a seasonal account of moose behavior, Jennie Promack debunks the myth that moose are dumb lunky Bullwinkles, with insights that speak of their intelligence, power, and majesty. During the writing and photographing of this book, Promack and Sanker came to know specific moose. Especially endearing is the miraculous survival story of Annie, a moose calf orphaned at five weeks of age, who Promack and Sanker kept track of for more than a year.

 

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Contents

COMMON THREADS
14
THE ORPHAN
26
AUTUMN BEGINNINGS
32
WINTERS ROBE
44
SANCTUARY
56
TRIUMPHANT SPRING
68
LIBERATION
78
SUMMER FEAST
82
EPILOGUE
91
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Page 12 - ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I am grateful to a number of people and institutions for assistance and support in writing this book.

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Jennie Promack is from Jackson Hole, Wy. He has hundreds of hours invested in field observations for this project. No Information Available.

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