Backyard and Beyond: A Guide for Discovering the Outdoors
A unique how-to guide for the weekend naturalist covering techniques of nature observation that go beyond simple field identification and encourage proactive participation. The authors emphasize common plants, animals and habitats found in one's own backyard or local woods. Illustrated with line drawings, including tracks and sketches of concepts.
17 pages matching rear in this book
Results 1-3 of 17
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
3/4 inches wide animals bark beaver beetle branches burrows butterflies chipmunks chokecherry claw marks clear cliff swallow clouds color coyote deer dusk eastern tent caterpillar edge eggs feeding field flowers foot foraging forest frogs gall goldenrod grass gray fox ground HABITAT hairy woodpecker hawk holes home range inches GAIT inches long inches wide hind inches wide STRIDE insects land larvae leaves light look miles moon moth mourning cloak move muskrat night opossum paper wasp pellets plants ponds predators rabbits raccoon rain rear red fox robin roost scent seen side sing skunk smell snow snow fleas soil sometimes song sound species spot spring squirrels stalker's walk stalking storm striped skunk tail toes tracks TRAIL WIDTH trees twigs usually wasp weasel weather whirligig beetle white-tailed deer wind wings winter woodpecker woods yellow