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Robert H. Busch is the author of eight books on natural history, including The Wolf Almanac, a best-selling selection of the Natural Science Book Club, and The Cougar Almanac.
Robert H. His writing has appeared in Nature Canada, Wildlife Conservation, Discovery, Country Journal, Grolier 1998 Anthology of Best Science Writing, and many others. This book is a survey of the cougar's natural history, including its habitat, distribution and behavior. The material is interesting, well written, and informative, and the book's many photos (some in color) are excellent.
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A close-up look at one of the last great predators of North America.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9781592282951. Release Date: June 2004.
About this book This book demystifies the big cat, providing vital information about its habitat, behaviour, biology, and, most.
176 pages, 16 pp col insert, 24 b/w illus. Publisher: Lyons Press. Famous for an elusiveness that makes it a difficult animal to study, the cougar is shrouded in myth, misguided beliefs, ignorance and fear. This book demystifies the big cat, providing vital information about its habitat, behaviour, biology, and, most important, its attempt at survival in its diminishing wild domain. 176 pages, 16 pp col insert, 24 b/w illus.
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The Cougar Almanac is the most comprehensive natural history of the cougar ever written, exploring distribution, behavior, biology, habitat, and conservation, with examinations of the near extinct Florida panther and the Eastern cougar, thought to be long ago hunted to extinction.
As human development pushes deeper into wilderness, a growing concern about clashes with cougars has become frighteningly real. What will become of our big cat? Only education will offer any hope of understanding how humans and wild animals can coexist in an increasingly shared habitat. The Cougar Almanac is a vital contribution to the literature of the largest wild cat of North America.
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