Animals are discussed in terms of general description, evolution, structure and function, distribution, habitat, behavior, feeding, reproduction, conservation status, and relationship to humans. These descriptions are generally followed by anywhere from 2 to 20 representative species accounts that include rich illustrations and range maps. Volumes are located on the shelf at the Penrose and East Libraries.
This full-color 2 Volume set complement to Grzimek's Animal Encyclopedia, 2nd edition , explores extinction and extinct life in detail. Written specifically for students and general researchers, the set features approximately 80 articles outling major extinctions and related scientifc areas, as well as providing a species-by-species account of extinction. Volumes are located the the Penrose and East Libraries.
Falcon Pocket Guide: Colorado Wildlife is a field guide to 180 of the most common and sought-after wildlife species in the region. Anatomically correct illustrations and detailed descriptions about each animal's prominent physical attributes and natural habitat make it easy to identify wildlife in your backyard, favorite parks, and wildlife areas. Informative and beautiful to peruse, this is the essential resource when you're out in the field.