Forest essays, level 4-5
|Title:||Forest essays, level 4-5.|
|Name(s):||Oregon Forest Resources Institute, issuing body.|
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Extent:||1 online resource (32 pages) : illustrations|
|Table of Contents:||Western bluebirds live and work together -- Small, striped and smelly -- New life for a dead tree -- Alligator lizard loses his tail, or does he? -- Often heard but seldom seen : the Western screech owl -- Smallest hummingbird flies long distance -- Dancing, singing spotted towhee finds his mate -- River pig's close call -- Drummer of the Oregon forest -- Jumping into the fire -- Secretive giant salamander stands its ground -- Beaver kits' first adventure -- Teacher tracks the climbing, skin-breathing clouded salamander -- Bobcat is no cuddly kitty.|
Title from PDF cover (viewed on June 9, 2017).
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Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Forestry schools and education -- Oregon
|Restrictions on Access:||http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/|
|Other Version:||Translated as: Ensayos de bosque. Identifier: (OCoLC)989772238|
|Other Version:||Abridged as (work): Ensayos de bosque. Identifier: (OCoLC)989772238|
|Other Format:||Print version: Forest essays, level 4-5. Identifier: (OCoLC)953734877|