Who Pooped in the Park?

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Watch where you step! Sometimes the animals in our national parks are hard to find—but you can almost always find their poop! Come along with Michael, Emily, and their family as they find poop (scat) and footprints (tracks) and discover which animal made them!

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The Who Pooped in the Park? series is an ideal tool for teaching young children about animal behavior, diet, and scats and tracks identification — it’s the perfect companion in the car or classroom, or in the field on your next trip to the park. 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.

Who Pooped in the Park? started out in Yellowstone National Park. The concept was so popular that other national parks began requesting their own editions. All of the editions feature 8-year-old Michael and his family touring different parks and learning about the animals through their poop and prints. The story is similar in all of them, but the animals and landscapes are all different.

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Books in the Who Pooped? series

Coyote scat and tracks

A geographical look at the series

If you’re looking for a book set in your area, it may be easier to look at the series on a map instead of a list by park. This map shows which books are where (including the Central Park book, which comes out in May of 2016), and I wrote a post in August of 2013 that looks at the Who Pooped? books state by state.

Who Pooped Map 2015

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