By Lakes & Rivers
Lavish illustrations show each animal, its tracks, home, and environment; simple text includes interesting facts about how each animal lives; gives children all the clues they need to track their favorite animals in North America and around the world.
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adults animals autumn Baby mink back feet bark beavers build bigger bill becomes born brown burrows CADDIS camouflage catch fish catch trout change color chew chipping cool croak cut down trees damp dark dens dive feathers flies frogs front paws front teeth grass and leaves gray grow hatch hear Herons stand hide hollow HOME hunt insects kits knob lakes LAND MARKS lay their eggs legs lilies lodge look Loons mayfly migrate moss mother move mute swan neck nest NIBBLES Otters live plants pond prey river banks river to lay rivers and streams roots Salmon leap Salmon travel SHADY shallow water shore snakes splash spots spring stay stones straight line stretch strong swimmer surface swim TADPOLES tail tiny toes are long trails tree trunks tunnels Voles wade WARNINGS watch water bird WATER Mink waterfalls webbed feet Whistling swans wings winter wood Young