2 edition of Forest Cats of North America found in the catalog.
Forest Cats of North America
by Tandem Library
Written in English
|Contributions||Thomas Kitchin (Photographer), Victoria Hurst (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
The Norwegian Forest Cat is a sturdy cat with a distinguishing double coat and easily recognizable body shape. This is a slow maturing breed, attaining full growth at approximately five years of age. Natural athletes, Norwegian Forest Cats love to investigate counters, bookcases, and the loftiest peaks of their cat trees. The bobcat (Lynx rufus) is a medium-sized North American cat that first appeared during the Irvingtonian stage around million years ago (). Containing two recognized subspecies, it ranges from southern Canada to central Mexico, including most of the contiguous United bobcat is an adaptable predator that inhabits wooded areas, as well as semidesert, Family: Felidae.
Yes, many species of wild cats live in forests, including pumas, bobcats, and civets. Tigers once roamed the forests of India and China. House cats that become feral may live in the forest. Find Norwegian Forest Kittens For Sale on This breed is a hardy cat that was developed in Northern Europe. These working cats have a dense coat, with a thick, wooly undercoat for protection. They are social and affectionate with almond shaped eyes and sweet expressions. They are a very slow-maturing breed, taking a full five years.
This is an introduction to forests in North America, explaining their origin, types and distribution as well as an explantation of how trees function. The author calls the white oak the 'king of modern forests'. Our American forest may be the remnant of an Asian forest of million years ago when the continents were still combined/5. Trees & Forests of America is an unprecedented collection of stunning photographs by award-winning author Tim Palmer. Along with breath-taking images, his expressive text celebrates the exquisite beauty of nature and explains why trees and forests are important to all life/5.
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Forest Cats of North America is a lively, informative introduction to the continent's most elusive predators. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. /5(18). Forest Cats of North America is an intensive look at panthers, cougars, lynxes and bobcats, describing each species in detail.
Range maps identify where the cats live and fact files feature scientific and common names, number of subspecies, physical traits, diet, life span and more. Forest Cats of North America is an intensive look at panthers, cougars, lynxes and bobcats, describing each species in detail.
Range maps identify where the cats live Superb pictorial of big cats. Big cats are efficient predators that once roamed from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and the Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico/5.
Title: Forest Cats of North America Author Name: Kobalenko, Jerry Categories: Animals / Nature, Publisher: Firefly Books: February ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Used - Very Good Seller ID: An illustrated natural history of the wild cats of North America, comparing and contrasting the lifestyles and behavior of pumas, bobcats, and lynxes.
The book covers hunting methods, courtship, territoriality, and interactions with humans. This is a large-format, short ( page) book on three big cats: the cougar, the bobcat, and the lynx, illustrated with compelling full-color photos.
The writing is especially vivid and paints evocative, succinct pictures of these predators, their habits, and the challenges they face from diminishing habitat in the modern world/5. Trees of North America: A Guide to Field Identification is a book written to allow one who is interested, to make fairly accurate identification of any tree of interest and as such, is also a tree that meets several specific criteria of leaf, bark, seed, pod or nut that will surely distinguish it from other trees it is not/5(11).
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It is worth a the Having a Copy of this Book and will Enjoy it For Years to come,Enjoy From Scott J/5(). Get this from a library. Forest cats of North America: cougars, bobcats, lynx. [Jerry Kobalenko] -- Compares and contrasts the lifestyles and behavior of pumas, bobcats, and lynx, covering hunting methods, courtship, territoriality, and interactions with humans.
These small wild cats are native to southern North America and South America, with an extensive range of habitats including the Amazon Basin. Adult jaguarundis measure between 53 and 77 cm in length, with tails between 31 and 60 cm – so not much bigger than a large domesticated cat.
North American Wildlife is a valuable reference guide to the most common and conspicuous wild plants and animals in North America. Birds and butterflies, ferns and frogs, mushrooms and mantra rays, seashells and salamandersthis page book includes more than 2, plants and animals of all types/5(86).
The Norwegian Forest cat (Norwegian: Norsk skogkatt or Norsk skaukatt) is a breed of domestic cat originating in Northern Europe.
This natural breed is adapted to a very cold climate, with a top coat of glossy, long, water-shedding hairs and a woolly undercoat for insulation.
Although this is uncertain, the breed's ancestors may have been a landrace of short-haired cats brought to CFA: standard. Buy Forest Cats of North America (Region 2 & 4): Cougars, Bobcats and Lynx: NHBS - Jerry Kobalenko, Firefly Books. Get this from a library. Forest cats of North America: cougars, bobcat, lynx.
[Jerry Kobalenko] -- Gives accurate and detailed information including physical characteristics, feeding habits, and seasonal cycles of cougars, bobcats, and lynx.
The book called "The Complete Birds of North America", is a book recommended to be part of any birders library. This book covers all the native and vagrant species of birds seen on the North American Continent.
It provides information on all the birds listed on the ABA bird list. Origin and Background of Norwegian Forest Cats. Norwegian forest cats came to North American shores with the Vikings.
They were brought along to protect grain stores on the sea just as they did on land back home. According to the Cat Fanciers Association, they "are believed to have left their progeny on the shores of North America.".
Prehistoric cats. At least 67 species of sabertoothed cats existed in North America between 42 million and 11 thousand years ago before going disappearance can be attributed to both the changing climate at the end of the Ice Age and the appearance of humans in the Americas.
Some prehistoric animals referred to as "saber-toothed cats" were in fact. It’s All About Glaciers Around three million years ago, South America ended its long isolation and joined North America at Panama.
This blocked ocean currents between the Atlantic and Pacific and, with the Arctic Ocean nearly walled off by North America and Eurasia, helped usher in the Pleistocene ice age which has been going on for the last two and a half million years. THE CATS OF TANGLEWOOD FOREST is the perfect With the advent of eBooks, I have my fingers crossed that publishers may be inspired to give us a little something extra in a physical book.
Sure, I love the convenience of carrying books around on my phone, but that doesn't mean I don't want lovely, hardbound, illustrated versions on my shelf as well/5. The Norwegian Forest Cat Fanciers' Association is a group of dedicated breeders and fanciers dedicated to the preservation and protection of the Norwegian Forest Cat and cats in general.
We are a non-affiliated association who welcomes members not only here in the United States but throughout the world. Maine Coon cats and Norwegian Forest cats look very similar, and some experts that believe that the Maine Coon is a descendant of the Norwegian Forest cats since they share so many similar traits.
They are both large breeds of cats. They both have long silky coats. They are both well known for being outgoing and friendly but there are some.Into the Wild • Fire and Ice • Forest of Secrets • Rising Storm • A Dangerous Path • The Darkest Hour The New Prophecy Midnight • Moonrise • Dawn • Starlight • Twilight • Sunset.
This wild cats list contains all of the different types of wild cats in the world. Pictures have been included wherever possible, although some cat species are so rare that finding images was impossible! The taxonomy (how animals are classified) of many of the cats on this list is continually changing.