Salamander Dance by David Fitzsimmons


Salamander Dance by David Fitzsimmons

Discover the magic of vernal pools--wetlands that fill with water in the spring and dry up in the summer--by following the annual life cycle of spotted salamanders. From shimmering eggs and wriggling larvae to metamorphosis and hibernation, these ephemeral wetlands are alive year-round, but nothing compares to their spectacular springtime Salamander Dance!

About the Author

Michael DiGiorgio is a nationally recognized nature artist, whose painting and drawings have appeared in a variety of journals and field guides, such as Birds of Brazil and Field Guide to Night Singing Insects, and on numerous covers of Bird Watcher s Digest. He lives in Madison, WI. David FitzSimmons is an award-winning photographer and writer. His Curious Critters children s picture books have won numerous national book awards and have sold over 100,000 copies. A Sigma Pro photographer, David presents seminars and workshops across North America to a wide variety of audiences. He lives in Bellville, OH.

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32 pages


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Publication date

1st April 2016



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