Wildlife Ecology and Forest Habitat

Discusses how to manage habitat for deer, elk, bear, birds, cougar, lynx, bobcat, wolf, coyote, fox, and small mammals. Tells what types of food, water supply, and shelter each type of animal needs, a ...
SKU: EB1866
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