National Audubon Society Pocket Guide To Familiar Trees Of North America - West

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Slip National Geographic's National Audubon Society Pocket Guide into your hiking shorts before you head up the mountain. Each small guide gives you 75 full-color, full-page photographs of the birds or trees you're most likely going to see in North America. The National Audubon Society's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems by focusing on educating hikers, backpackers, campers, and goats like us.


This pocket guide for North America provides full-page photographs and easy-to-use identification clues for 80 familiar trees found in the west. Softcover; 191 pages; color photos. National Audubon Society; seventh printing, 1997. Includes common and scientific names, habitat, range, leaf types, fruit and nut types, families and a glossary of common terms.