Title: Trees of the Great Lakes Region
Publisher: Maritime Press
Book Condition: New
0962462926 Martime Press pocket-sized paperback. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1124153
Synopsis: Trees are amond nature's most beautiful plants. They bring us wonderful, aromatic blossoms in the spring and edible fruits in the fall. But trees are beneficial to more than man. They benefit songbirds, wildlife, and forest plants that depend uopon the shade trees provide. This book details the features of trees in the Great Lakes region to help identify them. In addition, these pages provide insight into the life histories and fascinating characteristics of important trees in our lives. This is a field guide with about 90 drawings. Users like the size of this handbook because it is pocket-size. Also, it covers virtually all trees of the region and does not confuse users with trees from other parts of the country.
About the Author: Steve Harrington was formally instructed in plant identification in several demanding college courses. Eventually he earned a BS degree in environmental education and his passion for trees grew as he was a professional naturalist for a large school district near his Grand Rapids, Michigan home. Steve enjoys forest walks with his dog, Bear.
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