qThere is little doubt that this book will be considered the standard reference work in Wisconsin for generations.q--The Science Teacher Today, it is indeed the standard work in its field--the most comprehensive, useful, and enjoyable mammal guide for the entire North Central States region.It seems to be less inclined to emigrate than the gray squirrel, though it often does so, either individually or in mass, often in ... It spends much time on the ground, and although a good climber it is more cumbersome in the tree tops and in jumping from ... It swims well for a mile or two in smooth water, but has more aversion to entering water than the gray squirrel. ... Some of the babies were fed milk from a bottle or a spoon, while others I entrusted to a domestic cat to suckle and raise, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mammals of Wisconsin|
|Author||:||Hartley H. Jackson, Hartley H. T. Jackson|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Wisconsin Press - 1961-01|