WHERE THEY GO IN WINTER by Margaret Waring Buck

WHERE THEY GO IN WINTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the most comprehensive catalog of winter quarters available and, because animal life cycles are inseparable from the seasons, a brief guide to habits and habitats in general. Described and pictured in separate sections are most of the common North American insects and spiders, fishes (those that migrate; those that become dormant), amphibians, reptiles, birds (with migratory maps, lists of stay-at-homes and short-trippers, and suggestions for feeding stations), and mammals (hibernators, part-time sleepers, the still active). Drawn with Miss Buck's customary soft-pencil precision and thoroughly indexed, this is reference-ready for the year round.

Pub Date: Aug. 13th, 1968
Publisher: Abingdon