Who Pooped in the Cascades?
Scat and Tracks for Kids

by Gary D. Robson

illustrations by Robert Rath

  • The Cascade Range stretches over 700 miles from northern California to British Columbia. The mountain range is full of wildlife and volcanoes to explore, but watch where you step! The animals that live there are often hard to find-but not their poop! Join Emily, Michael, May, and their parents as they examine poop (scat) and footprints (tracks) to find out who pooped in the Cascades. By examining signs left by animals, the kids learn about animal behavior, diet, and identification.

    Who Pooped in the Cascades? is the perfect backpack companion for your trip to any part of the Cascades. Fun illustrations of the animals and their scat and tracks supplement the charming story, and a quick-reference chart at the back makes field identification a breeze!

48 pages, 9 1/8 x 8 1/8, 38 illustrations, 1 map(s), 90 softcovers per case, Smythe Sewn

ISBN 10: 1-56037-362-8
ISBN 13: 978-1-56037-362-9


    Animals featured in Who Pooped in the Cascades include:
  • Mountain cottontail rabbit
  • Black-tailed deer
  • Townsend's big-eared bat
  • Great horned owl
  • Ermine
  • Flying squirrel
  • Coyote
  • Mountain lion





Who Pooped in the Cascades?
Scat and Tracks for Kids

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Gary D. Robson align= Gary Robson lives on a ranch near Yellowstone National Park in Montana. He received his teaching credential in 1987 and has taught in California and Montana colleges. Gary has written more than twenty books and hundreds of articles. He and his wife own an independent bookstore and local newspaper in Red Lodge, Montana.
 align= Robert Rath is a book designer and illustrator living in Bozeman, Montana. Although he has worked with Scholastic Books, Lucasfilm, and Montana State University, his favorite project is keeping up with his family. This book is dedicated to his two poop experts, Lucy and Thomas. www.robertrath.net

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