"In The Company of Moose" Book by Victor Van Ballenberghe

Product #: 121140 Stackpole Books #: 0-8117-0102-6 UPC #: 9780811701020
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Learn all you need to know about moose. Author and wildlife biologist Victor Van Ballenberghe has studied moose in the wild for thirty-five years and shares information about the species, their habitat, natural predators and more. Published in 2004. 136 Pages - Hardcover.

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Publisher: Stackpole Book
Date of Publication: August 2004
Number of Pages: 136

Summary of Material (from the publisher):
  • Moose, the giant deer of the northern forests of Europe, Asia, and North America, can grow up to seven feet tall at the shoulder and exceed sixteen hundred pounds. Author and wildlife biologist Victor Van Ballenberghe has studied wild moose in the field for thirty-five years. The author gives insights into the species, their habitat, and predators and shares intimate stories about the moose he has studied for extensive periods. The beauty of these creatures, their strange grace and gentle nature, and their personalities are captured in lively text and dramatic full-color photos.
    Notes: Hardcover
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