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Kaufman Field Guide to Mammals of North America

By Nora Bowers, Rick Bowers and Kenn Kaufman

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There are more mammals out there than you think - an acre of land was recorded to have a population of 12,000 voles! You might also like Mammals of the Carolinas, Virginia, and Maryland, by Webster, Parnell, and Biggs.

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A Field Guide to Wildflowers: Northeastern and North Central North America

By Roger Tory Peterson and Margaret McKenny

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This is one of our most-used field guides. Beware of wildflower guides showing the flower but not the rest of the plant - the leaves and stems can be very helpful clues.

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Merle the High Flying Squirrel

By Bill Peet

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Unhappy about the noise and clutter of the city, a squirrel travels west to find peace and quiet in the forest of giant trees he has heard about.

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Forest

By Janet Taylor Lisle

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Twelve-year-old Amber's invasion of an organized forest community of squirrels starts a war between humans and beasts, despite the protests of an unconventional and imaginative squirrel named Woodbine.

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Flying Squirrels

By Mary Ann McDonald

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The sky is dark. The woods are deep. You're camping out with the family. Suddenly, whirr! a creature zips over your head and onto the next tree. Learn more about these night gliders in Ms. McDonald's book.

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Busy, Busy Squirrels

By Colleen Stanley Bare

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Talks about tree and ground squirrels: how they live and what they eat.

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A New Home

By Tim Bowers

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Matt the squirrel has a new home, but misses his old friends.

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Mousekin's Thanksgiving

By Edna Miller

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Mousekin and his forest friends struggle to survive the winter together in the company of a wild turkey.

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