WILD ANIMALS OF THE SOUTHWEST by George Cory Franklin

WILD ANIMALS OF THE SOUTHWEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The author of Wild Animals of the has established himself as today's successor to Ernest Thompson Seton, with more claim to soundly scientific material. Against a beloved and familiar background of the western mountains, and intimate knowledge of wild life, he tells true and might-be-true stories of animals of the region. In this collection of fifteen stories, he includes stories of a fox, a pair of beavers, a buffalo calf, a panther, a lynx, a bighorn sheep, two grizzlies, a wolf, a badger (this one of the best yarns), a porcupine, a mule deer, an elk -- and two of man's creatures gone wild, a dog and a goat.

Pub Date: Aug. 8th, 1950
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin