Seeking the Wolf Tree by Natalie Cleavitt
  

Seeking the Wolf Tree

Written by Natalie Cleavitt
Illustrated by Marjorie Leggitt
Part of the Long Term Ecological Research Series

RRP £10.95

Synopsis

Seeking the Wolf Tree by Natalie Cleavitt

Old-time New England foresters coined the term wolf tree for trees they saw as having the ability to eat the sun and nutrients and prevent the growth of other trees. Today, however, we understand how wolf trees benefit wildlife. Join Aurora and Orion as they search for a wolf tree in the in the 3,160 hectare Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, looking for such clues as a large trunk, low branches, wildlife activity, and nearby smaller trees.

About the Author

Natalie Cleavitt is a research associate at Cornell University and vegetation survey coordinator at the Hubbard Brook Long Term Ecological Research facility at Harvard Forest. In addition to illustrating many books, Marjorie Leggitt currently teaches botanical illustration at the Denver Botanic Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Natalie Cleavitt
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Publisher

Taylor Trade Publishing

Publication date

1st November 2015

ISBN

9781630761455


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