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Animal Tracks of Ontario and the Great Lakes Region

3.22 of 5 stars 3.22  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  3 reviews
A handy pocket-sized book that makes for the perfect outdoor companion. You'll find you can determine quickly and easily just what is making those tracks in the snow or mud of your backyard or when out in the woods. The book includes detailed drawings of the animals themselves, their front and back prints and strike patterns and concise descriptions. A perfect guide for te ...more
Paperback, 159 pages
Published December 1st 1997 by Lone Pine Publishing (first published March 1997)
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As strange as it might seem for a big fantasy fan and fiction reader, I also enjoy Non-Fiction a great deal. I love to be well read in other interesting subjects. One particular interest of mine is ecosystems and the animals that inhabit them (I'm also just a big animal sucker XD). This small pocket book went with me on every camping trip I went on. Its has a detailed record of the animals found in Ontario, what there tracks look like, and how to avoid hostile confrontations with them. So its gr ...more
This is a good little field book to throw into your pack. Probably better for younger folk but not particularly practical? Anyways, its a fun little book to have on hand.

It seems like it could probably have more technical detail that would be welcome though I'm not sure how that would fit in. Basically this is pretty close but not quite on the mark for a really handy field guide. Maybe I'd change my mind if I used it more...
This was something that we read while out on a 10 day back country trip. We thought this would be a great was pretty cheesy! since when are polar bears native to Ontario!!! and so many animals didn't make the cut. it was good for a laugh and my daughter attempted to us it a few times. I think it's great for kids!!! she seemed to live it and that's where my three stars come from
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