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Wild Season (1967)

by Allan W. Eckert

Other authors: Karl E. Karalus (Illustrator)

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Winter ended in late March. April was a transitional month, with freezing rains and raw winds. In May, spring truly arrives. As day after day the sun continues to shine, to warm the cold waters of Oak Lake near the Illinois-Wisconsin border, the lives of the animal who live in and around the lake begin to change, for May is the Wild Season. The feeding, the fighting, the mating, the bearing of young and the dying of nature's wild creatures take on intensity and excitement. There is a renewed vigor in the processes of life.… (more)
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For my son Joseph Mtthew Eckert...with the heartfelt wish that he may, in the lifetime which lies ahead of him, learn the love and respect for nature in all its forms that has so enriched his father's life...
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(Prologue) Newly awakened from its eons-long slumber, the glacier had become a hungry monster ponderously grinding its way across a defenseless land.
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Winter ended in late March. April was a transitional month, with freezing rains and raw winds. In May, spring truly arrives. As day after day the sun continues to shine, to warm the cold waters of Oak Lake near the Illinois-Wisconsin border, the lives of the animal who live in and around the lake begin to change, for May is the Wild Season. The feeding, the fighting, the mating, the bearing of young and the dying of nature's wild creatures take on intensity and excitement. There is a renewed vigor in the processes of life.

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The day-by-day story of wild creatures that live in and around a lake.
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