Frogs - Gardening Book
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WorldLife Library Series
by David P. Badger
Paperback: 72 pages; Dimensions (in inches): 0.29 x 8.82 x 9.82
Featuring 120 color photographs by renowned nature photographer John Netherton, Frogs explores in detail the lives of 50 of the most unusual frog, tree frog, and toad species from around the world. Author David Badger includes fascinating frog lore from across the centuries and describes everything from the physical traits and reproduction habits of frogs and toads to territorial behavior and life span.
Highlights general "frog facts" along with literary quotes from famous authors, plus frog lore. Features 120 color photographs by renowned nature photographer John Netherton. For natural history buffs; fans of frogs.
About the Author
David Badger of Franklin, Tennessee is a professor of journalism at Middle Tennessee State University. John Netherton of Nashville, Tennessee has been a nature photographer for more than thirty years. His photography has appeared in many national magazines, including "Audubon," "Natural History," "National Wildlife," "Nikon World," "Popular Photography," "Birder's World," and "WildBird," and he is a regular columnist for "Outdoor Photographer." The pair collaborated on Voyageur Press' "Frogs" and "Snakes."