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1 Ford, Barbara Black Bear : The Spirit of the Wilderness
New York, NY Houghton Mifflin Co. 1990 0-395-56152-3 / 9780395561522 Trade Paperback Very Good No Jacket 
192pp. b&w photos. An introduction to the natural history of the black bear, and the work of wildlife biologists who study them. Classified as juvenile literature, readable by anyone. Bibliography, index. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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2 Gustafson, A. Burrowing Birds
New York, NY Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books 1981 0-688-51977-6 / 9780688519773 Cloth. Library Binding As New As New 8vo. Schick, J. (illustrator) 
64pp. Discusses varieties of birds that burrow underground to nest, including penguin, puffin, kookaburra, shearwater, kiwi, common shelduck, burrowing owl, crab plover, and blue-crowned motmot. Full-page b&w drawings illustrate each species. Price-clipped dj. Library edition. (Not an ex-library book). Juvenile. 
Price: 3.50 USD
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3 Hiller, Ilo Introducing Birds to Young Naturalists
College Station, TX Texas A & M University Press 1989 0-89096-410-6 / 9780890964101 Trade Paperback As New No Jacket 4to. 
Louise Lindsey Merrick Texas Environment Series, #9. 80pp. color photos. Material which originally appeared in Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine, attractively arranged as an introduction to bird life for young people. Covers feathers, eggs, song, bird houses & feeders, and 10 species groups (primarily western). 
Price: 5.00 USD
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4 Jacobs, F. Bermuda Petrel: The Bird That Would Not Die
New York, NY William Morrow & Co. 1981 0-688-00244-7 / 9780688002442 Cloth. Library Binding As New As New 8vo. Lewin, Ted (illustrator) 
Unpaged. ills. The Bermuda petrel, or cahow, was believed to be extinct by 1620. In 1906 the bird reappeared. This book describes for young readers the successful campaign to bring the bird back from near extinction, spearheaded by Bermudian David Wingate. Illustrated with evocative ink-wash drawings. Price-clipped dj. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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