THE SMITHSONIAN BOOK OF NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES
Eric Jay Dolin
9 x 10
Stretching from the cypress swamps of Okefenokee to the pristine wilderness of Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuge, the refuges now occupy an amazing 95 million acres of the American landscape. This book is the readers guide to these most remarkable natural habitats, home to a vast array of waterfowl, fish and mammals. 100 years after Teddy Roosevelt’s proclamation creating the first National Wildlife Refuge, the refuge system stands as an example of how America’s wildlife can be preserved for generations to come.
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