Animal Tracks of the Midwest Playing Cards (Nature's Wild Cards) (Other)
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Play Cards and Learn to Identify Mammal Tracks in the Midwestern United States
Anyone who enjoys nature, wildlife, and the great outdoors will love these cards for playing your favorite games or to use as flash cards. Inspired by Jonathan Poppele's popular Animal Tracks of the Midwest field guide, this gorgeous deck of playing cards features detailed illustrations of 54 of the most notable mammal tracks in the Midwestern states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Each card depicts realistic tracks of such animals as the Black Bear, Northern Raccoon, White-tailed Deer, and more--along with range maps--so you can begin to learn what 54 different animal prints look like.
- 54 of the most notable mammal tracks
- Realistic illustrations on every card
- Ideal for card games or as flash cards
Play games like blackjack, poker, rummy, and solitaire while learning more about tracking. Get Animal Tracks of the Midwest Playing Cards for yourself, and you can also give this deck of cards as a fun and thoughtful gift.
About the Author
Jonathan Poppele is a naturalist, author, and educator with wide-ranging interests. He earned a master's degree in Conservation Biology from the University of Minnesota, studying citizen science, environmental education, and how to cultivate a personal relationship with the natural world through animal tracking. He has taught ecology, environmental studies, biology, and technical writing at the University of Minnesota. An avid outdoorsman and student of natural history, Jon is a member of the Minnesota Trackers Club and the International Society for Professional Trackers, and he is the founder of the Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project. A Black Belt in the peaceful martial art of Ki-Aikido, Jon is also the founder and director of the Center for Mind-Body Oneness in Saint Paul, Minnesota.