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Animal life in the Yosemite

Grinnell, Joseph

Animal life in the Yosemite

an account of the mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians in a cross-section of the Sierra Nevada

by Grinnell, Joseph

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Yosemite Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Zoology -- California -- Yosemite Valley

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Joseph Grinnell and Tracy Irwin Storer ...
      SeriesContribution from the Museum of vertebrate zoology, University of California
      ContributionsStorer, Tracy Irwin, 1889- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL164 .G7
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 752 p.
      Number of Pages752
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6663895M
      LC Control Number24009233
      OCLC/WorldCa6105594

      The Most Common Wildlife And Plant Life In Yosemite Vegetation Yosemite provides a fine cross-section of typical west-side Sierra Nevada plant communities, stretching from the dry foothill-woodland zone of manzanita, oaks, and gray pine to the alpine realm of tough flowering plants persevering amid boulders and snowfields. This Yosemite Bears page and the mountain lion, mule deer and coyote pages on this site are borrowed from "Furry Friends Of Yosemite" a fun and informational activity book for your family.. The Furry Friends Book is available from us by clicking here, or as a Kindle EBook from Amazon.. Did You Know? The black bear, is not always black in color. Just as people have hair of different colors, so.

      Bibliographic Note. Josiah Dwight Whitney, Jr. ( - ) The Yosemite Book: A Description of the Yosemite Valley and the Adjacent Region of the Sierra Nevada, and of the Big Trees of California, illustrated by maps and photographs. (New York: Julius Bien, ). p. 28 photographic plates. 2 maps. Hardbound in either dark red-brown or blue-green cloth, gilt lettering, and morocco.   Snimljeno u nacionalnom parku Yosemite na stazi Yosemite Falls Trail u Kaliforniji u SAD-u srpnja Popis vrsta ptica koje su na videozapisima na mojem kanalu možete vidjeti na .

      Describes the geography and animal life of Yosemite National Park, with a discussion of how it became a national park. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Yosemite National Park, located in eastern California, is one of the most visited national parks in the United States. Read More The park encompasses just under , acres of granite cliffs, groves of giant sequoias, waterfalls, streams, and diverse plant and animal life.


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Animal life in the Yosemite by Grinnell, Joseph Download PDF EPUB FB2

Animal life in the Yosemite;: An account of the mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians in a cross-section of the Sierra Nevada, (Contribution from vertebrate zoology, University of California): Joseph Grinnell, Tracy Irwin Storer: : Books.

Skip to main : Joseph Grinnell, Tracy Irwin Storer. Animal Life in the Yosemite. ANIMAL LIFE IN THE. YOSEMITE. AN ACCOUNT OF THE MAMMALS, BIRDS, REPTILES, AND AMPHIBIANS IN. A CROSS-SECTION OF THE.

SIERRA NEVADA. Distribution of Animal life in the Yosemite book life in the Yosemite section. Table of occurrence, according to life zone, of the mammals, breeding birds, reptiles, and amphibians of the Yosemite section.

Censuses of birds in the Yosemite section. The interrelations of living things. Scope of the species accounts. The Mammals. The Birds. The Reptiles.

The Amphibians. animal life in the yosemite,an account of the mammals,birds,reptiles & amphibians in the cross-section of the sierra nevada hardcover – january 1, by T.I.

Grinnell,J.& Storer (Author)Author: T.I. Grinnell,J.& Storer. This comprehensive work describes the mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians found in the Yosemite Valley and the larger Sierra Nevada region.

It includes multiple detailed, full-color illustrations of the park's distinctive residents, including marmots, mule deer, black bears, great grey owls. Animal Life in the Yosemite. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The Museum of Vertebrate Zoology is under obligation to numerous persons and organizations for support and assistance in the prosecution of the Yosemite survey.

The greatest aid from any one source has come from Miss Annie M. Alexander, who made the enterprise possible through her unstinted.

Animal Life in the Yosemite (Mammals) THE MAMMALS. CALIFORNIA COON. Procyon lotor psora Gray. Field characters.—. Body size that of dachshund; legs and tail both short; toes of all feet long. Head and body 18 to 23 inches ( mm.), tall /2 to 12 inches ( mm.), ear 2 to /2 inches ( mm.), weight 9 to /2 pounds ( kg.) [these figures from specimens taken.

Animal life in the Yosemite; an account of the mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians in a cross-section of the Sierra Nevada by Grinnell, Joseph, ; Storer, Tracy Irwin. Animal life in the Yosemite; an account of the mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians in a cross-section of the Sierra Nevada, Related Titles.

Series: Contribution from the Museum of vertebrate zoology, University of California. Grinnell, Joseph, The series will appeal to all readers. Even though the book is fiction, it contains many nonfiction factoids (climbing, animal life, waterfalls, etc.) and a map of Yosemite Valley.

The color photographs, many taken by Mr. Graf himself, are fabulous. There are also many black and white sketches, which add to the visual appeal of the book/5(4).

Animal life in the Yosemite: an account of the mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians in a cross-section of the Sierra Nevada Author: Joseph Grinnell ; Tracy I Storer ; Howard H Hays. He helped save the Yosemite Valley and wilderness areas in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Muir wrote essays and books whose relevance makes them still popular.

Muir felt that the livestock in the Yosemite area was destroying the land and helped petition congress to make the area a national park/5(90). The Yosemite Paperback – Ma by John Muir (Author)/5(). Animal Life in the Yosemite (UC MVZ, ) by Joseph Grinnell and Tracy Irwin Storer (NPS website) ; Bears of Yosemite by M.

Beatty (); The Big Trees of California by Galen Clark () ; Birds of Yosemite National Park (, ) by Cyril A. Stebbins and Robert C. Stebbins ; Broadleaved Trees of Yosemite National Park () by C.

Frank Brockman. Describes William Abrams’ discovery of Yosemite Valley in October by Weldon F. Heald. The Ahwahneechees: A Story of the Yosemite Indians () by John W. Bingaman Animal Life in the Yosemite (UC MVZ, ) by Joseph Grinnell and Tracy Irwin Storer.

Online at NPS website. Yosemite Home Companion is a guide to living in the Yosemite Mountain Area, written by two “transplants” from the city, Jennifer Moss and Kellie guide you through the adjustment from the city to the mountains and what you can expect in every phase.

Covering: Ahwahnee, Bass Lake, Coarsegold (including Yosemite Lakes Park), Fish Camp, North Fork, and Oakhurst. Animal Life in the Yosemite () (NPS website) H; Ansel F. Hall, NPS Ranger Naturalist () Guide to Yosemite: a handbook of the trails and roads of Yosemite valley and the adjacent region () Handbook of Yosemite National Park: a compendium of articles on the Yosemite region by the leading scientific authorities ().

ANIMAL LIFE IN THE YOSEMITE. AN ACCOUNT OF THE MAMMALS, BIRDS, REPTILES, AND AMPHIBIANS IN A CROSS-SECTIONOF THE SIERRA NEVADA.

Berkeley: University of California Press, First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Item # 10 1/2'' x 7''. with index.

Sixty-two plates, last two are folding. Original blue cloth shows some wear and silver-fishing. Yosemite National Park Wildlife Video. Yosemite National Park Wildlife Video. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Yosemite - Animals - Duration: Zlatko Torbašinovi. Kaleb Goff (above, in Yosemite’s high country), grew up in San Diego County, where the suburban canyons, ocean shore and low-lying mountains shaped his love for wild a naturalist and guide, he draws on his passion for the outdoors to help people connect with nature.

In this guest post, Kaleb, who leads Outdoor Adventures for the Conservancy, offers insights about observing animals. Yosemites great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) is the largest owl in the Sierra e its conspicuous size, it was rarely observed in Yosemite before the ’s.

The owl is a common, but elusive, forest dweller of the northern part of this hemisphere.What's the most dangerous animal in Yosemite? The one that's contributed to the most injuries and deaths? No, it's not bears or rattlesnakes, it's deer. Take a look at this video and you'll see just how defensive deer can be.

Keep in mind that this is a female defending a fawn but there have been several recorded cases of bucks goring people with their antlers.Here’s a list of what we consider the best books for kids about Yosemite.

Baby Yosemite by Katherine Brumage The only board book to make the list, Baby Yosemite features beautiful color photographs of some of Yosemite’s young creatures. You’ll learn how fawns, owlets, ducklings, cubs, and other baby animals explore the park.