Northwest Trees: Identifying and Understanding the Region's Native Trees
ISBN: 1594850410
EAN13: 9781594850417
Language: English
Publication Date: Sep 1, 2007
Pages: 220
Dimensions: 1.1" H x 9.8" L x 7" W
Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview


* Provides easy to use illustrated identification key based on the most reliable and non-technical features of each Northwest tree species.
* Features the latest knowledge on the ecology and human history associated with all Northwest trees.
* Over 250 species with exceptionally accurate drawings and historical photos bring these ancient Northwest trees to life.

How can you distinguish a Noble fir from a Grand fir? Or a Quaking Aspen from a Sitka Alder? Stephen Arno and Ramona Hammerly will show you how in their classic guide to identifying and appreciating Northwest trees. Arno and Hammerly have been studying and roaming Northwest's forest for nearly 50 years and no other guide on the market duplicates their blend of expertise and visual artistry. Covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, and north into Canada, they help identify and illustrate over 60 species of wild Northwestern trees by characteristic shape, size, needles or leaves, and cones or seeds.

An essential and great companion for the amateur treefans and a valuable source of information for the professional -- Jerry Franklin, College of Forest Resources, Univ. of WA

.a valuable guide for those who live in or visit the Greater Northwest-- Peter Achuff, National Botanist, Parks Canada

Few writers of natural history have captured the trees and forest environments of western North America as well as Stephen Arno. -- Robert Van Pelt, author of Forest Giants of the Pacific Coast

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