Paperback ISBN: 1901268187
There are probably more myths and legends about wolves than any other living creature. This book sets out, in words and pictures, aiming to produce a clearer and un-prejudiced understanding of the lives of these carnivorous mammals: their history, habits, distribution, environment and their association with man, himself a hunter.
Hardcover ISBN: 0756637619
Through hundreds of photos, diagrams, maps, and illustrations, readers will learn where sharks lurk, what they eat, who they hang out with, and why they do what they do, as well as hear from scientists and shark-attack survivors.
An Eagle Flies Free
Hardcover ISBN: 0525453016
A visit to the University of Minnesota's Gabbert Raptor Center focuses on a bald eagle, from its arrival with a gunshot wound through surgery, rehabilitation, and release, and discusses the threats to these majestic birds.
What's That Bird?
Paperback ISBN: 1580175546
A beginner's guide to birding provides general information and advice on how to become a birdwatcher, with detailed profiles of thirty common North American birds, concise descriptions of additional bird species, facts about bird behavior and habitats, and family-friendly projects to attract birds. Simultaneous.