By: Frank Knight and Markly Wilson
96 pages, colour photos, maps
Manhattan has a breed of wildlife all its own, but New York's many protected natural areas provide traditional wildlife species a safe haven in a populated and developed state. Quiet and patience will be rewarded at the 76 sites listed here, where it's possible to see everything from herons and egrets to ruffed grouse and red-tailed hawks, beavers, and foxes. Interpretive illustrations highlight unique creatures.
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