Nature's Ways : Natural History Essays from Wildlife in North Carolinaby Lawrence S. Earley, David Williams, Duane Raver, NC Wildlife Resources Commission
For over 20 years, the "Nature's Ways" columns in the pages of Wildlife in North Carolina magazine have answered scores of questions like these in brief, well-written essays accompanied by
Why do some birds decorate their nests with snake skins? Why is the Roanoke bass found in only a few rivers in North Carolina? How did the ivory-billed woodpecker become extinct?
For over 20 years, the "Nature's Ways" columns in the pages of Wildlife in North Carolina magazine have answered scores of questions like these in brief, well-written essays accompanied by the brilliant black-and-white illustrations of David Williams and other artists. Now more than 200 of these essays have been collected in six paperback volumes that will delight readers, young and old, with their eye-opening insights into North Carolina's natural curiosities. The essays are arranged chronologically with indexes and extensive cross referencing to help readers find related subjects.
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