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Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants
ISBN 978-0-8117-3447-9 ; 5.5" x 8.25" by Bradford Angier Released in 2008 by Stackpole Books, Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants is a revised and updated second edition from the original 1974 self-published book by Bradford Angier, author of numerous best-selling books on nature and outdoor living. The revisions were made by David K. Foster, associate professor of biology and environmental science at Messiah College in Pennyslvania and member of the Society of American Foresters....
  $22.95
Date Added: Monday 08 August, 2011
Publisher: Stackpole Books

Field Guide to Urban Wildlife
ISBN 978-0-8117-0585-1 ; 5.5" x 8.25" by Julie Feinstein This one-of-a-kind illustrated guide explores creatures we may see every day but never really notice--opossums, foxes, bats, swans, hawks, kingfishers, spikers, praying mantises, butterflies, and more. The first of its kind, this book describes the lives of 135 common urban mammals, birds, and invertebrates of North America. Learn how these animals have adapted to survive and thrive alongside humans in our cities and suburbs....
Date Added: Monday 08 August, 2011
Publisher: Stackpole Books
  $34.95

The Book of Forest and Thicket
ISBN 978-0-8117-2625-2 ; 5.5" x 8.25" by Bradford Angier The Book of Forest and Thicket starts where other nature guides end: once you know a plant's name, you want to learn how it grows, why it prefers a certain habitat, and which animals depend on it for food and shelter. Every tree, every shrub, and every wildflower are part of a fascinating community whose members include birds, mammals, insects, fungi, and other plants. This exquisitely illustrated book explores the complex world of woodlands and brushy edges. In nontechnical language, John Eastman explains the intricate biological webs that connect all forms of wildlife, from the canopies of towering oaks to the clubmoss underfoot....
  $16.95
Date Added: Monday 08 August, 2011
Publisher: Stackpole Books

The Book of Field and Roadside
ISBN 978-0-8117-2625-2 ; 5.5" x 8.25" by Bradford Angier The Book of Field and Roadside offers the naturalist a wealth of information not found in typical field guides. Once you know a plant's name, you want to learn more about its natural history: where and how it grows, how it survives in the wild, what animals feed on it and depend on it for shelter, In straightforward, nontechnical language complemented by fine line drawings, John Eastman presents detailed portraits of wildflowers, trees, and weeds commony found in open-country settings: meadows and regenerating fields, and along roads and trails....
Date Added: Monday 08 August, 2011
Publisher: Stackpole Books
  $16.95

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