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by Lawrence Wishner

Free eBook Eastern Chipmunks: Secrets of Their Solitary Lives (Smithsonian nature book) download ISBN: 087474962X
Author: Lawrence Wishner
Publisher: Smithsonian Inst Pr; 1st Edition. edition (October 1, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 144
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Size MP3: 1938 mb
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Rating: 4.2
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This book is packed with details and wonderful but also left me with questions, in a good newfound curiosity kind of way. Also, I wish I could thank Mr. Wishner.

This book is packed with details and wonderful but also left me with questions, in a good newfound curiosity kind of way. Eastern Chipmunks: Secrets of Their Solitary Lives inspired and encouraged me to pursue my interest in my little courtyard jesters that inhabit my yard. Wishner spent his retirement years documenting and photographing the chipmunks on his property. Each had a name like Lady Cheltenham, Fenwick and Mistriss Earwicker with a biography at the back of the book

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Eastern Chipmunks: Secrets of Their Solitary Lives. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington . Social Behavior and Foraging Ecology of the Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus) in the Adirondack Mountains

Eastern Chipmunks: Secrets of Their Solitary Lives. Social Behavior and Foraging Ecology of the Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus) in the Adirondack Mountains.

As I wrote in a past post, his book inspired and encouraged me to pursue my interest in my little courtyard jesters that inhabit my yard. So I’m thankful to Ms. Taylor and Mr. Wishner not just for sharing their knowledge and love of chipmunks, but their inadvertent permission to be me, that I now realize I never really needed.

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Chipmunks are not considered to be a significant source for any infectious disease that can be transmitted to humans. Lawrence Wishner’s Eastern Chipmunks: Secrets of their solitary lives (Smithsonian Institution Press, 1982). Get News and Action Alerts.

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Nature lovers will delight in meeting Lady Cheltenham, doyenne of a. .If you love Chipmunks, this is your book. Published by Thriftbooks

book by Lawrence Wishner. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. A book with lots of information told in a lighthearted way. You will be cheering for the chipmunks - each with their own name and habits. It is loaded with tidbits regarding their lifestyle, habitat, interaction (or lack thereof) with others, and why you often see them with full pouches!

Wishner, Lawrence Arndt author. Publication Information. Smithsonian Institution Press. 144 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm. Series Title. Smithsonian nature book.

Wishner, Lawrence Arndt author. Wishner, Lawrence Arndt author.

Describes the history and behavior of the chipmunk and summarizes the observation of three generations of chipmunk families on a one and a half acre Virginia lot
User reviews
MisterMax
A quote from the gift recipient "Finally, someone that loves chipmunks as much as I do." This is a very professionally done backyard study. This is the best thing I have ever seen written about the Eastern Chipmunk.
Worla
Very charming book., yet rigorously researched. Tells you everything you will need to know about eastern chipmunks. The author's love of animals is endearing.
Jark
A delightful book written by a retired biochemist researcher and past professor of mine. He told me some time ago that he observed the apparent relationships between the chipmunks in his yard, and decided to learn more about these little critters. Learn, he did, by setting up microphones in various places on his property, and "getting to know" his little neighbors. The result of his "research" is a fun, fascinating tale of "family," to be enjoyed by all. No biochemistry prerequisites needed!
Arar
Interesting read about the life of a chipmunk. Learned a lot.
Teonyo
A very informative book about chipmunks.
MOQ
A book with lots of information told in a lighthearted way. You will be cheering for the chipmunks - each with their own name and habits. It is loaded with tidbits regarding their lifestyle, habitat, interaction (or lack thereof) with others, and why you often see them with full pouches!
Tebei
very helpful
Boy do I wish the author was still alive!

This book is packed with details and wonderful but also left me with questions, in a good newfound curiosity kind of way. Also, I wish I could thank Mr. Wishner. Eastern Chipmunks: Secrets of Their Solitary Lives inspired and encouraged me to pursue my interest in my little courtyard jesters that inhabit my yard.

Wishner spent his retirement years documenting and photographing the chipmunks on his property. Each had a name like “Lady Cheltenham,” “Fenwick” and “Mistriss Earwicker” with a biography at the back of the book. He was like the Gladys Kravitz of chipmunkville but with a scientific spin.

I never thought I’d be able to tell one chipmunk from another but this has been an opportunity to strengthen my observation skills and attention to detail and embrace my love of chippies! I have shared two photos of my yard pet chippie "Wishy" whom I named after the author.