National Geographic's Guide to Wildlife Watching: 100 of the Best Places in America to See Animals in Their Natural Habitats
The 100 sites featured offer the most magnificent wildlife watching in the United States. Among the creatures: alligators in Florida's Everglades, elk in Colorado, and horseshoe crabs by the thousands at Delaware's Port Mahon Preserve. Lavishly illustrated and easy-to-use, this guide is great for planning a day trip or holiday adventure. Maps. Photos.
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