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2 edition of The Life Story Of An Otter found in the catalog.

The Life Story Of An Otter

  • 183 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Cornwall Editions Limited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wild animals,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Nature,
  • Cornwall,
  • Science & Nature - Earth Sciences - Water (Oceans, Lakes, Et,
  • Animals - Mammals,
  • Children"s 4-8,
  • Animals,
  • Otters

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8774032M
    ISBN 101904880061
    ISBN 109781904880066

    The parson, by this time perched on the willow, saw him lapping, but forbore to shout, and presently the dark mask was withdrawn. I got mine from Blackwells Online and I wouldn't be without it. ISBN 0 1. Stuffed toys in tow, she helps Otter Keeper pick out a pumpkin, decorates the house, and designs costumes for herself and her plush pals.

    At Longen Pool his coming caused a general exodus, but he singled out one salmon, and by his wily tactics prevented it from fleeing with the others to the rapids below. Illustrated with the author's own photographs, this is a delightful book. It alone bears no inscription; for, as he always said, 'There is no need; my people will never let the record die! Another part of my second-hand book haul, this surveys the state of knowledge of the Eurasian Otter at the time. Although not written for children, the book soon became popular with young readers.

    Why, the thing edn in reason. Nevertheless the story has much in common with Tarka and it is highly likely that Williamson would have read John Tregarthen's book which was first published Throughout the book Williamson juxtaposes Tarka with his main enemy, the local otter hunt, and particularly the pied hound Deadlock, "the truest marking-hound in the country of the Two Rivers" p. The short book charts the practicalities of raising cubs through their first year of life, until their eventual choice to return to the wild. In his second year, he fathers a litter of cubs with his second mate, White-tip. Often considered the sequel to "Ring of Bright Water"this book continues the story of Edal, Teko and other otters, along with interludes in Morocco, where the author was writing "The Lords of the Atlas", his marriage, the crash of his Mercedes car in Majorca, and Teko's narrow escape from fire resulting from the kitchen exploding!


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The Life Story Of An Otter by J. C. Tregarthen Download PDF Ebook

The first-person narration of the endearingly self-assured Otter, as she delegates responsibilities to Otter Keeper and takes it upon herself to put everything in order for Halloween with predictably messy resultsis The Life Story Of An Otter book hilarious as ever. Sadly, most of the otters died young because of the general ignorance and in many cases, lack of care though not on Mr Davis' part of those involved in the capture and handling of the animals.

It was the old marshman. Stuffed toys in tow, she helps Otter Keeper pick out a pumpkin, decorates the house, and designs costumes for herself and her plush pals. So Emil patted one, Lavern I think, pointed at me and said "kiss kiss".

It was voted the 98th greatest family film in a Channel 4 poll. Mostly about the wild animals in the forests around his house. The author does not find that otters need complete isolation from all human activity to thrive - if the rest of the riverine habitat is suitable, they will live unconcernedly alongside us.

No wonder, therefore, that the book concludes with a chapter entitled 'Otter Conservation' which contains useful information about various trusts engaged in protecting otters and guidance on where they can be seen in England. For the prents are hisn and none other, and nawthin' could be fresher. Williamson fell in love with a young teacher, Christine Duffield, and they were married in In Januaryhe was withdrawn from the winter trenches with trench foot and dysentery and evacuated back to Britain.

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Very readable with great illustrations and cute cartoon otters. The teaching of the cubs to fish, the avoidance The Life Story Of An Otter book danger, vividly described struggles, culminating, almost inevitably, with the dreaded hunt. The 'field' closed round him in their eagerness to see and touch the beast and examine the huge pads.

Wide on either hand rose grim piles of rock, where down this avenue of cairns the seven, comrades on many a trail, sped in The Life Story Of An Otter book wake of the pack towards the Liddens, shimmering in the distance.

Project Gutenberg believes the Court has no jurisdiction over the matter, but until the issue is resolved, it will comply. Even when things don't turn out the way she would like, her innovative resolve inspires, as when Giraffe wants to dress up like a fairy. But there was no staying where he was: he must press on to marsh or sea, now both in his view; and at panic speed he made his way down the bare slope and up the opposite rise to the great furze brake that runs down almost to the margin of the mere.

This is a very interesting book, with lots of reference material and a large and useful bibliography. The instant his mind was made up he set out at a rapid pace, glancing at the keeper's lodge as he went by, and again at the sleeping hamlet before crossing the road and entering on the waste, over which he held on his way till nearly abreast of the cromlech.

The adults gathered up their drinks, and we walked through the house to the fenced in backyard. In his second year, he fathers a litter of cubs with his second mate, White-tip.

A delightful book by the author of "Samaki"covering his otter ownership up to and including the original Samaki.

Out of print - I obtained my copy from Alibris.Start by marking “An Otter's Story” as Want to Read: No, but it is a sweet, occasionally tragic story of an otter and his family.

I borrowed this book repeatedly from the library. so I was intrigued how much I would remember from 40 odd years ago. I confess it was very little except for the trappings, /5. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

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it is based on the author's own research - he studied these otters in the wild, and kept them in captivity as Curator of Mammals at New York and Chicago, and was a friend of Dorothy Wisbeski and Okee the Otter. The book tells of the trials of a young otter's life in.Many of the earliest ebook, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.

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