Account of thirty years of research at the Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch in southeastern Arizona, an 8,000-acre sanctuary where grazing has been banned since 1968. Carl and Jane Bock summarize the results of their fieldwork, providing an intimate look at the natural history of this unique site and illuminating many issues pertaining to the protection and restoration of America's grasslands.
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