New England Wildlife: Habitat, Natural History, and Distribution
Richard M. DeGraaf and Mariko YamasakiPaper: $35.00
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New England Wildlife is a superb contribution to the natural history of this exciting region. Its life history accounts, habitat descriptions, and range maps will be a valuable reference for both avid naturalists and scientists.
--Lillian and Don Stokes, authors of Stokes Field Guide to Birds and A Guide to Animal Tracking and Behavior
This latest contribution to understanding and appreciating the vertebrate wildlife of New England is every bit of what I have come to expect from Dr. DeGraaf and associates. It is complete, understandable, insightful, and easy to use-a real winner.
--Jack Ward Thomas, Boone and Crockett Professor of Conservation; Chief Emeritus, U.S. Forest Service
RICHARD M. DeGRAAF, Leader of the U.S. Forest Service Wildlife Habitat Research Unit at Amherst, Massachusetts, since 1978, has conducted field research on forest wildlife in New England for over 25 years, and has published over 140 journal and technical papers and 7 books, including three coauthored works: Conservation of Faunal Diversity in Forested Landscapes (1996), Neotropical Migratory Birds (1995), and Trees, Shrubs, and Vines for Attracting Birds (1979). MARIKO YAMASAKI, Research Wildlife Biologist with the U.S. Forest Service in Durham, New Hampshire, has over 20 years of experience in wildlife habitat research and management on forest wildlife, including bats, in the Lake States and New Hampshire's White Mountains. She is coauthor of New England Wildlife: Management of Forested Habitats (1992).