3 edition of Nature of Coyotes found in the catalog.
Nature of Coyotes
by Douglas & Mcintyre Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Thus coyotes “restore a balance of nature by controlling invasive predators,” Kays says. At the same time, coyotes prey on domestic cats far less frequently than pet owners fear. In Chicago, biologists with the Urban Coyote Research Program analyzed more than 1, coyote scat samples to determine what the predators eat. org animals authors bears birding birds blogging book review books bookselling bookstore boskone catskills climate change conservation Coyotes dark fantasy dogs ecology environment environmental education Family fantasy fiction foxes herbs hiking horror fiction Insects nablopomo Natural history nature nature photography Nature walk outdoors.
Prodigal Summer | Barbara Kingsolver, a writer praised for her"extravagantly gifted narrative voice" (New York Times Book Review), has created with this novel a hymn to wildness that celebrates the prodigal spirit of human nature, and of nature al Summer weaves together three stories of human love within a larger tapestry of lives inhabiting the forested mountains and. Coyotes generally feed at night. Coyotes Are Shy Coyotes are generally timid and shy animals that tend to steer clear of any potential danger and thus, pose little threat to humans. While there has been no documented injuries to humans from coyotes in Michigan, some western states have reported coyote attacks on human beings.
The world of the coyote. [Wayne Grady] -- Explores the nature of the coyote, a complex member of the canid family and an enduring symbol of wildness. Photos show coyotes as they hunt, care for their young, and defend their territory. # Sierra Club Books\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Dual Volume Nature's Children: Coyote / Monarch Butterfly by Caroline Greenland: Nature's Children. Many are dual volumes; flip it over for a different book by a different author. Some ISBNs were reused for Disney storybooks. Related series. Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion.
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Nature of Coyotes Hardcover – November 1, by Wayne Grady (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" Author: Wayne Grady. Coyote's Guide to Connecting with Nature has been hailed by Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, as "good medicine for nature-deficit disorder." The first edition quickly became the essential guidebook for mentors, parents, teachers, camp directors, and others wanting fun and exciting ways to connect children (and adults!) with nature/5(43).
Product details Age Range: 8 and up Grade Level: 3 - 4 Lexile Measure: L (What's this?) Series: Nature Watch Paperback: 48 pages Publisher: Carolrhoda Books (October 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 5/5(1). "Historian Dan Flores tracks the pedigree, chronicles the plight, and sings the Nature of Coyotes book of Canis latrans in his new book, Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History.
Although his academic research is wide-ranging and his presentation nuanced, there's no doubt Flores' heart is on the side of the animal."Cited by: 1. The New York Times best-selling account of how coyotes—long the target of an extermination policy—spread to every corner of the United States Finalist for the PEN/E.O.
Wilson Literary Science Writing Award "A masterly synthesis of scientific research and personal observation." - Wall Street Journal Legends don't come close to capturing the incredible story of the coyote In the Brand: Basic Books.
The book functions as both an ode to the intelligence and beauty of the coyote but also as a mournful dirge to America's deeply dysfunctional relationship to nature. It's unbelievable that the country still killscoyotes a year, despite the awareness that such wholesale slaughter causes coyote families to produce larger and larger/5.
The coyote feeds mainly on small mammals such as mice and hares, carrion and some vegetation. Occasionally, a pack will try its luck hunting deer, but a single coyote is not usually successful when hunting a deer on its own.
Coyotes are preyed upon by wolves, cougars and bears. This book hopes to inspire you and coach you, the nature mentoring guide, into stretching your own creativity. Guiding like Coyote requires that you get to know the people you mentor. You have to watch carefully for what will capture their curiosity, engage their natural gifts, and challenge them in ways they can handle in their personal learning journey.
Description. Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature has been hailed by Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, as “good medicine for nature-deficit disorder.”The first edition quickly became the essential guidebook for mentors, parents, teachers, camp directors, and others wanting fun and exciting ways to connect children (and adults!) with nature.
Get this from a library. The nature of coyotes: voice of the wilderness. [Wayne Grady]. In a lucid and gracefully written text, Grady describes how coyotes mate, including their lyrical love duet proclaiming their bond; how they defend theirSearching for the truth behind the myths and the symbols, Wayne Grady draws from scientific literature, discussions with experts, and his own experience to explore the nature of this complex member of the canid family/5.
The coyote is a much-maligned member of the dog family. It does a great service to the ecosystem by helping to hold populations of rabbits and mice in check.
In addition, their yips and barks add auditory excitement to rural nights. This book is a compilation of some of the best work and writings of coyote researchers and experts throughout North America. No other book has attempted to capture the research findings of so many coyote biologists, ecologists, and managers in one text.
It's a must-have resource for anyone interested in Canis latrans- and canids in general/5(5). This book discusses the physical characteristics, habits, range, diet, and social nature of coyotes.
Coyote is habitable but alien, full of flora and fauna that upset the col At first, this novel from Hugo winner Steele looks like a fairly conventional tale of high-tech intrigue-in this case, rebels against a right-wing American dictatorship plot to steal the prototype interstellar spaceship built to immortalize the government's ideology by planting a colony on another star's planet/5.
All of us can use the ideas, perspective, inspiration and examples in Coyote's Guide to help strong nature connections again flourish in our communities.
Book Includes: Principles of Nature Connection Techniques of Coyote Mentoring Routines and Activities for nature connection. 2nd Edition. Coyotes are an important connection in Nature because they play a critical role in keeping natural areas healthy. Coyotes are a keystone species, meaning that their presence or absence has a significant impact on the surrounding biological community.
This book features a co-authored introduction by Project Coyote Advisory Board member Paul Paquet who is also a co-editor of the book, and a chapter titled Ethical Reflections on Wolf Recovery and Conservation: A Practical Approach for Making Room for Wolves by Camilla Fox and Project Coyote Advisory Board member Marc Bekoff.
Part urban nature travelogue, part philosophical reflection on the role wildlife can play in waking us to a shared sense of place and fate, The Way of Coyote is a deeply personal journey that questions how we might best reconcile our own needs with the needs of other creatures in our shared urban habitats.
Here reprinted, this is a classic of the canid literature. Originally published inCoyotes: Biology, Behavior and Management pulled together much disparate research in coyote evolution, taxonomy, reproduction, communication, behavioral development, population dynamics, ethology and ecological studies in the Southwest, Minnesota, Iowa, New England and Wyoming as.
Get this from a library! Coyotes. [Emilie U Lepthien] -- "Discusses the physical characteristics, habits, range, diet, and social nature of coyotes." -- T.p.
verso.In Native American stories coyotes are clever and tricky. Some coyotes kill calves and lambs on people's ranches and farms. For a century people have tried to kill coyotes by using poison, traps.An engaging work of picture-book natural history, Coyote Moon provides a gripping narrative, the suspense of which - will the mother coyote find food for her children?
A coyote mother emerges one dark night to hunt for food to feed her growing pups.4/5.