Fb2 Feral: Tame Animals Gone Wild ePub
by Laurence P. Pringle
|Author:||Laurence P. Pringle|
|Publisher:||Atheneum (March 1, 1983)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1769 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1251 kb|
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Explores the controversial problem of domesticated animals gone wild, and its impact on people and on the environment. Release Date:February 1983. Publisher:Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers. 11 lbs. Age Range:10 years and up. Grade Range:Grade 5 and higher. 9 - 12 Years Animals Children's Children's Books Mammals.
By (author) Mr Laurence Pringle. Discusses the impact on people and the environment of dogs, cats, horses, pigs, birds, and other domesticated animals that have returned to the wild show more. Format Hardback 110 pages.
Another of Pringle's competent reports, this is a census of feral animals in North America. Beginning with birds, Pringle reports that, ""overall,"" health officials do not consider pigeons a health hazard; however, the tropical monk parakeets brought in as pets can cause serious crop damage when they escape and breed in the wild. There are, we learn, well established American populations of both true wild pigs (originally imported from the Ural Mountains) and feral pigs
Laurence Pringle is one of the nation's most honored nonfiction authors for children Two were for adult readers, a few are picture book fiction for young children, and all the rest are nonfiction.
Laurence Pringle is one of the nation's most honored nonfiction authors for children. He apologizes for this; he didn't aim to write any books at all, and earned college degrees in wildlife conservation. Writing it was such an ordeal that he vowed to never go through that again! He changed his mind, however, and by the year 2020 will have published 120 books
Feral: Tame Animals Gone Wild, Macmillan (New York, NY), 1983. Pringle spent many hours out of doors, exploring, and one day he came upon a book at home that, as he later recalled, inspired in him "a deeper interest in the natural world.
Feral: Tame Animals Gone Wild, Macmillan (New York, NY), 1983. Radiation: Waves and Particles/Benefits and Risks, En-slow (Berkeley Heights, NJ), 1983. Wolfman: Exploring the World of Wolves, Scribner (New York, NY), 1983. One May day I noticed some little birds flitting among the half-formed leaves of an elm. Their colors were so striking: I wondered what they were. We didn't have many books, but did have one introductory guide to birds, and in it were the species of warblers I had seen. Pringle has also created books that espouse the preservation of the earth, such as What Shall We Do with the Land? Choices for America and Restoring Our Earth. Radiation: Waves and Particles/Benefits and Risks, Enslow (Berkeley Heights, NJ), 1983. Unsworth went on to write: "Pringle seems to have a sixth sense when it comes to knowing when enough information is enough. In the early 1980s Pringle wrote books about such subjects as vampire bats, water, plants, radiation, and scientific misconceptions.
7 19. Personal Name: Pringle, Laurence P. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Physical Description: 110 p. : ill. ;, 22 cm. General Note: Includes index. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 103-106. Summary, et. Explores the controversial problem of domesticated animals gone wild, and its impact on people and on the environment. Rubrics: Feral animals Juvenile literature United States Domestic animals Animals Habits and behavior Animals and civilization. Download now Feral : tame animals gone wild by Laurence Pringle. Download PDF book format.
Feral is a book about rewilding by the British environmentalist George Monbiot.