8 edition of Mammals of the Southwest deserts found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 99.
|Statement||text by George Olin ; illustrations by Dale Thompson.|
|Contributions||Thompson, Dale, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||QL719.S85 O36 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||81086094|
FLOWERS OF THE SOUTHWEST DESERTS ISBN: Retail: $ Publisher: WESTERN NATIONAL PARKS Author: NATT DODGE PUB DATE 10/85, Format: SC Common and interesting plants of Southwestern plateaus are spotlighted. This is a superb identification book for laymen. The centerfold of flowers is in full color and color coded. The deserts found in Mexico and the southwest USA are not as dry as others, and can support more life. The rainwater is soaked up by cacti and other plants, which are eaten by animals such as kangaroo rats, ground squirrels, and jackrabbits. powerful owls prey on mammals such as jackrabbits. 'Eyewitness' and the open book logo are trade.
The deserts found in Mexico and the southwest USA are not as dry as others, and can support more life. The rainwater is soaked up by cacti and other plants, which are eaten by animals such as kangaroo rats, ground squirrels, and jackrabbits. small mammals, and snakes. 'Eyewitness' and the open book logo are trade marks of Dorling. Animals that live in deserts are so special that there is a special word just to describe them. Xerocole animals include mammals like sheep, sand cats, kangaroo rats and antelope, scorpions, lizards and snakes like the sidewinder, as well as the roadrunner and more. Desert animals have all adapted a very specific set of skills to be able to.
Karen Krebbs has extensive knowledge of birds, mammals, deserts, and animal adaptations and behaviors. She worked at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum for more than 26 years. She is an author, researcher, advisor, and even trains government employees about bats. She lives in Brand: Adventure Publications, Incorporated. Author of Up Close, House in the sun, Animals of the Southwest deserts, Mammals of the Southwest deserts, 50 Common Mammals of the SouthwestWritten works: Mammals of the Southwest deserts, Animals Of The Southwest Deserts.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Olin, George. Mammals of the Southwest deserts. [Globe, Ariz.]: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, First ed. published in under title: Animals of the Southwest deserts. Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Popular series (Southwest Parks and Monuments Association), no. 8 () Other Titles: Animals of the Southwest deserts. Animals of the Southwest deserts. Buy Mammals of the Southwest deserts by George Olin, Jerry Cannon online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
As a wildlife professional, I was hoping for a much more comprehensive review of southwest desert mammals. This book is informative and a great guide for the amateur but does not get into enough depth for the pro biologist.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Frederick Jee.4/5(2). Desert Life spotlights more than 80 species of plants and animals, with a special emphasis on how to spot them and how they survive in the Chihuahuan, Great Basin, Mojave, and Sonoran deserts.
From plants and small insects to large mammals, this book provides an entirely new understanding of /5(7). Mammals come in all shapes and forms and eat everything from plants, seeds, and insects to other mammals.
In the Southwest, mammals are not especially abundant, as the heat and arid conditions pose special challenges. Nonetheless, some especially hardy mammals are found in the region, and they survive because of their special adaptations. The two lowest, the Lower and Upper Sonoran Life Zones, range from sea level to a maximum elevation of about feet.
These two have been covered in the book “Mammals of the Southwest Deserts.” The remaining four—Transition, Canadian, Hudsonian, and Alpine Life Zones—will furnish the material for this book. Mammals of the Southwest deserts Item Preview remove-circle Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
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Title. Denizens of the desert; a book of southwestern mammals, birds, and reptiles, by Edmund C. Jaeger By. Jaeger, Edmund Carroll, Denizens of the desert; a book of southwestern mammals, birds, and reptiles, by Edmund C.
Jaeger By. Jaeger, Edmund Carroll, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Boston and New York,Houghton Mifflin company, Subjects. Denizens of the desert; a book of southwestern mammals, birds, and reptiles, by Edmund C. Jaeger. by Jaeger, Edmund Carroll, Publication date Topics Zoology -- Southwest, New, Deserts Publisher Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California LibrariesPages: The Southwestern United States, also known as the American Southwest, Desert Southwest, or simply the Southwest, is the informal name for a region of the western United tions of the region's boundaries vary a great deal and have never been standardized, though many boundaries have been proposed.
For example, one definition includes the stretch from the Mojave Desert in California Country: United States. and are online desert adventure resources featuring information on the many possibilities Utah and the Southwest offer.
Our specific areas of interest include ultralight desert backpacking, canyon and desert hiking, mountain biking and floating the rivers of Utah and the Southwest. Our mission is to offer summarized information from specific locations.
The Black-tailed Jackrabbit (Lepus californicus), or American Desert Hare, is a common inhabitant of the South-Western USA and Mexican deserts. They eat various shrubs, small trees, grasses and herbs. Jackrabbits are important prey for raptors and carnivorous mammals.
Deserts -- regions that receive less than 10 inches of rain a year -- cover approximately a quarter of the Earth's land surface, mostly in Africa, Asia, Australia and North America. Most desert organisms are small mammals and reptiles, some of which dig underground burrows to.
George Olin is the author of Mammals Of The Southwest Deserts ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews), 50 Common Mammals of the Southwest ( avg ratin /5. The southwest desert has a very diverse selection of animals- mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds.
Rather than try to describe the attributes of each, I will give an overview of those you might expect to see, might hope to see, and those that you might not want to see.
Visit our Guidebooks page to find recommended field guides on desert. Based on a lifetime of peregrinations to the southwest deserts of the USA. Southwest Deserts: California & Nevada is specific to CA & NV, covering flora, fauna, and spectacular terrain.
The intent of Southwest Deserts is to provide readers with images and text of what our beautiful deserts really have to offer. The author has met a large number.Deserts have been defined and classified in a number of ways, generally combining total precipitation, number of days on which this falls, temperature, and humidity, and sometimes additional factors.
For example, Phoenix, Arizona, receives less than mm ( in) of precipitation per year, and is immediately recognized as being located in a desert because of its aridity-adapted plants.Deserts presents the intricacies of this seemingly barren and harsh ecosystem, explaining how and why deserts form, where they are found on Earth, and their basic characteristics.
Chapter-by-chapter coverage describes the fauna of the desert, the history of these habitats, the relationship of humanity to the deserts, the climate of desert areas.