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  • Coyote: North America's Dog | Stephen R. Swinburne

    Coyote: North America's Dog

    • UNABRIDGED (25 mins)
    • By Stephen R. Swinburne
    • Narrated By Brian Hutchison
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    From the Arctic Circle to Costa Rica, from Maine to the tip of Baja, California, the coyote thrives like no other animal in North America. It roams the Canadian wilderness and prowls the Arizona deserts and beyond. Over time this highly intelligent animal has learned to adapt to big cities, such as Los Angeles. It has even been sighted in Bronx, New York. But the coyote is not always welcome.

  • Black Bear: North America's Bear | Stephen R. Swinburne

    Black Bear: North America's Bear

    • UNABRIDGED (31 mins)
    • By Stephen R. Swinburne
    • Narrated By Brian Hutchison
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    Three species of bear inhabit North America: the grizzly, the polar bear, and the black bear. But the American black bear is truly North America's bear, found only in North America. Black bears range from Canada to Mexico, from New England to California.

  • Saving Manatees | Stephen R. Swinburne

    Saving Manatees

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    • By Stephen R. Swinburne
    • Narrated By Andy Paris
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    The manatee has been swimming the oceans for ages. But today this ancient animal faces an uncertain future. Stephen Swinburne takes young readers into the underwater world of manatees as he assists marine biologists who monitor the health of manatees in Homosassa Springs, Florida, and snorkels in the Crystal River with a dozen fourth-graders to observe manatees in the wild.

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