North American Wildlifeby David Jones
Prominent North American wildlife photographers have captured the most intriguing moments/i>
North American Wildlife is a stunning look at the continent's amazing creatures, from the vast herds of caribou that roam the Arctic tundra to the endangered manatees in Florida's waters. Expert nature writer David Jones presents a compelling look at animal behavior.
Prominent North American wildlife photographers have captured the most intriguing moments of life in the wild. A grizzly digging for razor clams on the shores of the Pacific, a wolf nursing her pups in the Rocky Mountains, and a Florida panther resting in the sun---each image is a glimpse of animals few humans will ever see.
The species of North America are survivors of past ice age and centuries of human hunting. Today, they face human encroachment, changing climates, and increased pollution. Yet, they continue to survive, adapting to each new challenge. This book is about their remarkable strategies.
- Whitecap Books, Limited
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Meet the Author
David Jones studied biology at the University of British Columbia and has written for Photo Life and The Knowledge Network. He lives in Vancouver.
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