Coyotes

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NorthWord Books for Young Readers, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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Coyotes were once considered to be animals of the Wild West, but today they are found in every part of North America, including major cities. Some consider these animals to be a nuisance, while others see them as helpers in defeating crop pests. Frequently in the news and even in our neighborhoods, there's no denying that these creatures are a wildlife success story, continually adapting to changing habitats and conditions in order to survive. NorthWord is excited to be adding Coyotes to the popular OUR WILD WORLD collection of animals books. Known for stunning photography and straightforward information, this series has become a treasured reference for nature-minded kids.

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About the author (2007)

Julia Vogel has written many books about wild animals and nature. Popular titles include Bats, Coyotes, Dolphins, and Wild Horses. She teaches wildlife ecology to university students and hunts for tracks and other animal signs whenever she s out hiking. Julia lives with her family and three distant cousins of tigers, plus one wolf relative, near Baltimore, Maryland.

Andrew Recher is an artist specializing in science and natural history. He lives in Washington.

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