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Prairie Ghost: Pronghorn and Human Interaction in Early America

By: Richard E McCabe, Bart W O'Gara and Henry M Reeves
175 pages, 119 b/w photos, 18 col illus, 10 illus, 8 maps
Prairie Ghost: Pronghorn and Human Interaction in Early America
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  • Prairie Ghost: Pronghorn and Human Interaction in Early America ISBN: 9780870819544 Paperback Oct 2010 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Prairie Ghost: Pronghorn and Human Interaction in Early America ISBN: 9780870817588 Hardback Dec 2004 Out of Print #144787
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The only one of 14 pronghorn-like genera to survive the great extinction brought on by human migration into North America, the pronghorn has a long and unique history of interaction with humans on the continent, a history that until now has largely remained unwritten.

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Richard E McCabe is executive vice president of the Wildlife Management Institute in Washington DC and has written extensively on ethnozoology. Bart W O'Gara, deceased, led the Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Montana, Missoula. Henry M. Reeves, retired, was a wildlife biologist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. He resides in, Oregon, and is well-known and respected for his natural history research and writing.
By: Richard E McCabe, Bart W O'Gara and Henry M Reeves
175 pages, 119 b/w photos, 18 col illus, 10 illus, 8 maps
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