Wildlife and the city.

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This is a Level 4 book for children who can read fluently and with confidence. (English) Wildlife in a City Pond Wetlands in any city are seen mostly as wasteland, waiting to be built over.

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A Johnson City photographer’s book of wildlife photography will help protect the animals he’s admired and used as subjects in some of his best shots. Proceeds from the sale of. This is a funny, lively and excellent book on wildlife in many cities around the world.

Donovan's style is hard to fully describe, but something like a passionate journalism merged with nature writing essays.5/5(7). The issues surrounding urban wildlife go far beyond complaints about raccoons in the garbage or seagulls plaguing picnickers, and City Critters conveys that without getting too academic.

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Many animals' survival is contingent upon their ability to thrive in proximity to people, and we need resources like this to pass that message on."3/5(4). Field Notes From a Hidden City: an urban nature diary by Esther Woolfson.

Field Notes From a Hidden City is set against the background of the austere, grey, and beautiful northeast Scottish city of Aberdeen. Esther Woolfson examines the elements—geographic, atmospheric and environmental—which bring diverse life forms to live in close Author: Vanessa Carrasco.

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Get this from a library. Wildlife in the city. [Julian May; Bill Barss] -- Describes the various wild animals, insects, and birds that make their home in the city. Wildlife in the City - Nottingham.

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Others share snapshots of hawks and owls nesting in the trees of city parks and center dividers, and of raccoons and rats raiding trash cans, suggesting that — by bits and pieces — wildlife is.

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