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Northwest Trees

by Stephen F. Arno

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Author Stephen Arno tells, in an easy, informative fashion, how each of the species of trees grows and adapts to its particular environment, and how to identify the tree by its characteristic shape and size, by its needles or leaves, cones or seeds. Far more than a catalog of trees, Arno's text is sprinkled with interesting facts and asides demonstrating how essential trees are both to wildlife and human life in the Northwest.… (more)
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    Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast by Jim Pojar (thesmellofbooks)
    thesmellofbooks: These two books are excellent complementary references for identifying and understanding the trees of the southern Pacific coast of Canada and the northern Pacific coast of the U.S.A.. Highly recommended.
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    Wild Harmony: Animals of the North by William Obadiah Pruitt (thesmellofbooks)
    thesmellofbooks: Engaging and accessible with a richness of detail. Profuse and scrumptuous black and white illustrations.
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Author Stephen Arno tells, in an easy, informative fashion, how each of the species of trees grows and adapts to its particular environment, and how to identify the tree by its characteristic shape and size, by its needles or leaves, cones or seeds. Far more than a catalog of trees, Arno's text is sprinkled with interesting facts and asides demonstrating how essential trees are both to wildlife and human life in the Northwest.

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