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Don GaytonWildlife books are published by the truckload, and many of them present the natural history of a single species. North American Wildlife stands out from the rest by classifying many of the continent's creatures according to behaviour and survival tactics. The chapter called "Hobos," for example, explains why grizzlies and polar bears travel great distances even though they are not efficient walkers. This large-format book....copiously illustrated with the work of the best Canadian and American wildlife photographers...is well worth its cover price.
— Canadian Geographic