American Wildlife & Plants: A Guide to Wildlife Food Habits : the Use of Trees, Shrubs, Weeds, and Herbs by Birds and Mammals of the United States

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Courier Corporation, 1961 - Nature - 500 pages
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Hailed by "Natural History" as "a classic in its field and a must for every naturalist," this guide explores the distribution and feeding habits of more than 1,000 species of mammals, birds, and fish. A third of the book is devoted to all the genera of plants that supply food to wildlife. 300 illustrations.

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This book was put together by a trio of federal workers. It was, at the time, the best, most extensive treatment of what plants American birds and animals ate. The book is written in three parts, a ... Read full review

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Alexander C. Martin contributed to nature guides from Golden Guides and St. Martin's Press.

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