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Mammals of Washington and Oregon (02 Edition)by Tamara Eder
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Presenting pictures and descriptions of 158 land and sea mammals that can be seen in Oregon and Washington, this volume is aimed at the amateur naturalist. Entries are arranged in color coded sections (e.g., hoofed mammals, rodents, carnivores); each includes a detailed color drawing (and sometimes a foreprint and walking trail), range maps, a description, and information about habitat, food, breeding, and similar species.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This comprehensive guide to the mammals of Washington and Oregon features 156 species organized in seven major groups; hoofed mammals, whales, carnivores, rodents, hares and pikas, bats, and insectivores and opossums. Supported by full-color illustrations and range maps, the easy-to-read text provides detailed descriptions of each species, along with notes on habitat, food, young and similar species. Quick identification is aided by a reference guide at the front of the book.
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