Teton Wildlife: Observations by a Naturalist
Place Published: Boulder, CO
Publisher: Colorado Associated University Press
Date Published: 1982
Book Id: 38152
128pp. Square octavo [23.5 cm] Gray cloth over boards titled in white on the spine, and with a white ink stamped bird vignette on the front cover. Brown endpapers. Very good condition. The covers are just a tiny bit warped, and there is a previous owner's tiny ink stamp on the front free endsheet. In a very good dust jacket. The rear panels a significant area of abrasion. There are several small closed tears along the edges and folds.
From the dust jacket- "The diversity of wildlife in Grand Teton National Park and its environs draws millions to the valley of Jackson Hole every year, but few are the visitors who are able to observe individual species over the course of several seasons. Paul Johnsgard, a noted naturalist who has written many books on the waterfowl of the world, here integrates his own observations with those who have studied Teton wildlife in the past. The result is a compassionate, simple reconstruction of the lives of a few individuals from spring through early autumn."