Complete Field Guide to American Wildlife: East, Central, and North ...
Harper, 1959 - 683 pages
Covering all species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, food and game fishes, seashells, and the principal marine invertebrates occurring annually in North America east of the Rockies and north of the 37th parallel, and including 877 species found also in the Far West and Deep South.
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A little old but still very useful when you need to identify an animal you have seen or learn about one you have read about. Read full review
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