By: Shirley A Craighead (Author), John Craighed George (Foreword By)
44 pages, colour illustrations
Discover the secrets of the seasons in Yellowstone and Grand Teton! Bugling Elk and Sleeping Grizzlies reveals the patterns of life in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Colorful photos and easy-to-follow text help you track the seasons and watch the sequence of events that unfold in these spectacular national parks – both in the open meadows along the busy park roads and hidden in the backcountry. Learn what certain behaviors mean and what to look for and when, including: When are moose giving birth to young? When do bull elk bugle and why? What can migrating birds find to eat when the parks are still buried in snow? What goes on inside a bear s den during the coldest months of the year? Why do male sage grouse make loud popping noises? You ll find the answers to these questions and much more in this fun and informative guide!
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