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American naturalist, Winthrop Packard, takes on a journey 
along pastures, ponds, bogs, brooks and woods alerting us to 
their many inhabitants. He points out the birds, butterflies, 
fish, frogs and even skunks, and describes them and their 
habitat with free flowing narrative that is both informative and 
entertaining, sometimes dramatic and sometimes poetic. - 
Summary by Larry Wilson 


Read by Librivox volunteers . Total running time: 03:15:46 


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Cover picture based on book cover. Copyright expired in U.S., 
Canada, EU. and all countries with author’s life +70 yrs laws. 
Cover design by Annise. This design is in the public domain. 


WILD PASTURES Winthrop Packard 
WILD PASTURES Winthrop Packard