Toronto The Wild
Field Notes of an Urban Naturalist
Grady, WaynePublisher: MacFarlane Walter Ross, Canada
Year Published: 1995
Pages: 274pp ISBN: 0-921912-90-0
Library of Congress Number: QH106.2.05G73 1995 Dewey: 574.5'268'09713541
Resource Type: Book
Toronto as a natural world and and ecosystem.
Table of Contents
The Mammal Behind the Mask
The Sparrow's Rise and Fall
Snakes in the Grass
The Post-Colonial Termite
Go East, Young Bird
Sea-gulls in the City
Days of Whine and Roses
Of Things Rank and Gross in Nature
Toronto After Dark
Pigeons on the Grass, Alas
A parliament of Bats
Sturnophobia and the Bird of Avon
Rats with Good PR
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