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Learn to identify a red-eared slider--not to mention a Texas toad--in this handy guide to the curious critters of the Lone Star State! Author: Ann E. McCarthy. Softcover; 128 pages; full-color photos and illustrations. Adventure Publications, Inc.; copyright 2004. Pocket guide features full-color photo of each animal, along with concise descriptions. Unique tracks of each mammal are featured on the side of each page. Little-known facts listed in the "Did You Know...?" section. Quick-reference graphics illustrate nesting types, mammal tracks, and time of day when the animal is most active.
Adventure Publications Birds of Texas Field Guide
National Audubon Society Field Guide to Wildflowers - East
Waterford Press Edible Wild Plants
Mountain Press You Can Be a Nature Detective
Waterford Press Animal Tracks
Stackpole Books Common Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of the Northeast
Falcon Guides Birding for Beginners
Falcon Guides Edible Wild Plants and Useful Herbs