Vanishing Wildlife of North America by National Geographic Society 1974


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Vanishing Wildlife begins at the end of the 18th century the New World was still an Eden - in a naturalist's words - "swarming with Bisons or buffaloes, Stags, and Virginian Deer, with Bears, and a great variety of game."

At the end of the 19th century, the buffalo and the white-tailed deer were nearly gone, and at least 11 species of North American mammals and birds had been wiped out - a record of extinction unmatched in any other large area on earth

Vanishing Wildlife of North America is an excellent addition to your vintage wildlife collection or home library.


The book Vanishing Wildlife of North America is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.

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Book dimensions:10x7x1