By: Peter J Marchand
151 pages, 36 b/w photos
Though autumn may appear to be primarily a transitional season, the author illustrates how many remarkable and essential natural processes happen routinely only during this period. He describes such topics as timekeeping in plants and animals, food hoarding, seed dispersal, and animal mating behavior among the large mammals of northern North America.
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