Tracks, Scats and Signs of Pacific Northwest Wildlife
A Guide to Identification in the Wild

Text & Photos by James C. Halfpenny

Covers the most common mammals, with one or two color photos of each animal, its tracks, scat, other signs, and, where appropriate, its den. many small color photos. Glossary, Rules of Speed and Body Position, explanation of Primary Gaits and Measurements.


4” x 9” folded, 25.5” unfolded. 2017. Published by Quick Reference Publishing. ISBN 978-1-936913-82-4

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