2 edition of Wildlife of the prairie found in the catalog.
Wildlife of the prairie
Wilford Lawrence Miller
Discusses the animals of the Dakota prairies, many of which now live only in protected areas or are extinct.
|Statement||by Wilford L. Miller ; photos by the author.|
|LC Classifications||QL197 .M53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||76379449|
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The Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is a federal national wildlife refuge located in Jasper County, Iowa, United refuge, formerly known as Walnut Creek, is named after Congressman Neal Edward Smith, who championed its seeks to restore the tallgrass prairie and oak savanna ecosystems that once covered most of has a herd of approximately 50 buffalo (bison) and Location: Jasper County, Iowa, United States. It makes book awards, sponsors workshops, encourages research, organizes history talks, and once a year, together with Juneteenth, leads a wildflower walk on the tall grass prairie. Prairie Heritage, Inc., is based at Bird Runner Wildlife Refuge, a acre prairie preserve in the Flint Hills of Kansas.
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Wildlife of the Prairie Hardcover – January 1, by Wilford Miller (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Author: Wilford Miller. In this spectacular book, Bob Gress—one of the region's preeminent photographers—is joined by the distinguished naturalist Paul Johnsgard to illuminate the enormous variety and uniqueness of prairie wildlife.5/5(4).
The book has a brief coverage of relevant Indian legends, a surprising amount of information on details of the different species of prairie dog, how the prairie dog fits into the ecosystem, and decent coverage of animals with close ties, such as the black-footed ferret.
The main place I felt "shorted" is the brief coverage of prairie dog behavior.4/4(4). "The definitive guide to Illinois wildlife."--The News-Gazette "Very well done.
Exploring Nature in Illinois is an enjoyable read providing vivid descriptions of Illinois's special natural places [Jeffords and Post] know these areas well [and] highlight the history, natural character and resource management--all of which helps the reader develop a better understanding of each place/5(14).
The Ecology and Management of Prairies in the Central United States Chris Helzer has written an outstanding book on the art of managing a prairie. He has the experience and knowledge to manage prairies, being the Program Director for the Nature Conservatory Office in Aurora, by: The mammals and reptiles of the prairie are the animals that we commonly associate with the western United States; bison, coyote, antelope, badger, elk, prairie dog, various skunks, otters, foxes, snakes, lizards, among many others.
Books shelved as prairie: Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder, O Pioneers. by Willa Cather, Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls W. The current myth that wildlife and land managers use is that prairie dogs destroy grasslands. Nothing is further from the truth.
Humans destroy grasslands and right now the prairie dogs need our help to heal and restore what used to be. More than half of all North American ducks are born in Prairies Ecozone wetlands. River valleys also offer sheltered habitats important to wildlife, especially during the harsh winters.
The Prairies offer unique habitat for the Black-tailed Prairie Dog, while its southern region is home to the Short-horned Lizard and Western Rattlesnake. Get this from a library. Wildlife of the prairie. [Wilford Lawrence Miller] -- Discusses the animals of the Dakota prairies, many of which now live only in protected areas or are extinct.
The Indians are more complex characters than most or any of the white characters in the book. In The Prairie, the Tetons are the most loathsome, evil characters aside from Abiram, and yet Hard-heart of the Pawnee is the most honorable and brave character after the trapper.
 Film version. The novel was adapted into a : James Fenimore Cooper. The Prairie Keepers: Secrets of the Zumwalt (originally published as The Prairie Keepers: Secrets of the Grasslands) is a book by American wildlife biologist Marcy Cottrell Houle. The book documents Houle's experience studying the unusually prevalent amount of raptors on the Zumwalt Prairie while researching Author: Marcy Cottrell Houle.
Encounters with wild animals are among the most significant relationships between humans and the natural world. Presenting a history of human interactions with wildlife in Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan between andWildlife, Land, and People examines the confrontations that led to diverse consequences from the near annihilation of some species to the/5.
Frances "Fran" Hamerstrom (Decem – Aug ) was an American author, naturalist and ornithologist known for her work with the greater prairie chicken in Wisconsin, and for her research on birds of prey.
Hamerstrom was a prolific writer, publishing over professional papers and 10 books on the prairie chicken, harriers, eagles, and other wildlife topics. Guardians of the Prairie and Forest, Rock Island, Illinois. likes. Guardians of the Prairie and Forest is a nonprofit organization to *Steward natural areas *Provide environmental education Followers: Less than years ago, this immense region called the Great Plains was one of the greatest grassland ecosystems on earth, a million-square-mile kingdom of grass with 30 million or more bison, millions of elk, pronghorn and deer, billions of prairie dogs, top predators like Plains grizzlies and wolves.
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Laura is the center of the novel; we learn what is happening through her eyes. Because she is so young, she conveys what is going on in simple terms, but she does so with an eye for detail. She loves the expanses of prairie, a rich natural habitat full of wildlife. Prairie wildlife have evolved with room to move to find food and mates, to lay eggs or dig burrows, to see predators from afar.
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