Naturalist's Guide to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks

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Book Description

This book is a remarkable chronicle of the interrelationships between all living things in one of America's most mythical wild places, the Teton-Yellowstone area. Based on the detailed daily journals that Dr. Frank Craighead kept during his years living in Grand Teton National Park, this book reveals the patterns of life that revolve around the changing seasons, with beautiful narration and hundreds of color photographs.

About Craighead, Frank C., Jr.

Dr Frank Craighead, Jr. was one of America's most distinguished field biologists, and he studied the plants and animals of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem for more than forty-five years. Best known for his pioneering grizzly bear research with his twin brother, John, Dr. Craighead is also the author of Track of the Grizzly and co-author of A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain Wildflowers.

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