By: Runtz, Michael
The moose inhabits a world of contrast, slipping through dense forests and traversing quaking bogs, suffering in sweltering heat and surviving chilling cold. It shuns no time of day, being active in the deep darkness of night, as well as in the blinding brilliance of day. From the time spring bouquets color the forest floors to the time suffocating snows dominate the land, appearances as well as behaviors change. The world of the moose is rich with seemingly bizarre relationships and elegant, ritualized response.
Once exposed to this realm of mystery and complexity, one's imagination is forever captured. And once held by the power, one is compelled to return, time and time again, to discover and explore further the fascinating secrets of moose country.
Title: Moose Country: Saga of the Woodland Moose
Publisher: Stoddart: 1991
ISBN Number: 0773724699
ISBN Number 13: 9780773724693
Binding: Oversize Hardback
Book Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Seller ID: 110023
Description: A clean, unmarked copy with a tight binding. Previous owner's inscription inside. 110 pages. Many color photos.
Keywords: MOOSE NATURAL HISTORY CANADA NATURE,