City foxes

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Denver Museum of Natural History, Sep 1, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Records the lives of two adult foxes and their litter of newborn kits which have made their home in a city graveyard.

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Wendy Shattil and Bob Rozinski live in Denver, Colorado, and have traveled

SUSAN J. TWEIT is an award-winning author whose passionate articulation of humans x2019; relationship with the x201C;community of the land x201D; x2014;nature and the landscapes we love x2014;has earned her accolades that include a Silver Eddie, the Oscar of magazine awards, for x201C;The Last Refuge x201D; in National Parks magazine, and a spot on the Denver Post x2019;s x201C;Colorado Voices x201D; panel x2014;twice. Her eleven books include Colorado Less Traveled, a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards, and The San Luis Valley: Sand Dunes and Sandhill Cranes, hailed as x201C;a joy to read x201D; by High Country News. Tweit writes a weekly column, x201C;Nature of Life, x201D; for her local paper, the Mountain Mail. She also records and produces this material for broadcast on KHEN-FM, her local community radio, and as podcasts on her Web site,

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