• Each book has descriptive text and color illustrations to aid in identification. Basic natural history information is also provided. Blank pages are included to use as a scrapbook of notes and drawings.
  • Each book has descriptive text and color illustrations to aid in identification. Basic natural history information is also provided. Blank pages are included to use as a scrapbook of notes and drawings.
  • Chris G. Earley 128 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 full-color photographs, range maps With crisp, clean photographs and precise identification notes, this guide makes quick and accurate classifications easier. The families of birds include: New world vultures, Osprey, kites, eagles, hawks and allies Caracara and falcons, Barn and bay owls, Typical owls The information on each species is concisely organized and includes the differences between male and female, seasonal and immature plumage, morphs, and distinctive markings. Color pictures and range maps accompany the text. The 180 photographs from award-winning photographers show these birds in their natural environments through the seasons. Comparison pages group similar-looking birds on a single page for quick reference. Hawks & Owls is a sturdy, pocket-sized field guide that will be indispensable to naturalists, students and birders at all levels of experience, from Florida to Ontario.
  • 126 pages, 4 x 6 full-color photographs This is a state-of-the-art pocket guide designed for kids, but useful for anyone wanting concise information on 50 of Michigan's critters, including birds and mammals. Provides accurate details in easy to understand language; large color photos of each critter; attractive layout; interesting did you know facts; and a glossary. This guide includes hard-to-find details about size, number of young, gestation, habitats, food, and more. An excellent resource that is easy to access.
  • Plans are included for: the Peterson bluebird house, bat houses, platforms for the great horned owl, and wood duck nest boxes. Information is offered on 50 species of birds and mammals.
  • Mammals of Michigan is a field guide that includes all 66 of Michigan's mammals, from mice to moose. It gives facts about size, habitat, range, young and more. It shows animal signs, tracks, and scat. by Stan tekiela. Colored photo
  • They’re here: the perfect gift for fishermen! No tackle box is complete without this handy guide to fish in Michigan. In fact, Fish of Michigan Field Guide just might be the best catch of the season! Features: • Fish entries organized by family • State-specific facts on range, preferred habitat and migrations • Detailed, full-color illustrations • Quick comparisons for easy identification • Waterproof pages so you can use this guide anywhere!
  • Now you can identigy witl berries and fruits! learn what/s edible and what to avoid with this easy-to-use field guide.
      • species organized by color, then by form
      • full-page photos and insets showing each plant's key identification points
      • interesting tidbits about the plants' many uses
      • range maps, ripening calendar and more
      • 165 wild berries and fruit in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan
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  • Stan Tekiela 220 pages, 4 3/8 x 6 full-color photographs Full-page, full-color photographs and detailed descriptions make this book indispensable to those seeking to accurately identify trees in Michigan. This handsome field guide contains all sorts of useful information: images of bark and leaves as well as fruit and flowers; sections divided by leaf type, so identification is quick and easy; concise descriptions, habitat information and autumn coloration; and icons show leaf attachment and average height for each tree.
  • Each book has descriptive text and color illustrations to aid in identification. Basic natural history information is also provided. Blank pages are included to use as a scrapbook of notes and drawings.
  • • Detailed track and trail data for 135 species • Actual-size track illustrations in one section • Scat photos and data for dozens of animals The most thorough treatment of the subject ever published, this amazing guide brings together clear track and trail illustrations, range maps, and full-color photographs showing feeding signs, scat, tunnels, burrows, bedding areas, remains, and more, to give a wealth of information about hundreds of mammal species living in North America. How to find, identify, measure, and interpret the clues mammals leave behind—explained and illustrated like never before. Includes essays that contextualize tracking as a developing science continually garnering more interest and participation; included also are instructive anecdotes from the author's work as a tracker and wildlife expert. An invaluable resource for beginning or professional trackers and wildlife enthusiasts in all North American locations.
  • Bald eagles now thrive in several parts of the country thanks to many dedicated efforts. Published in cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, part of the proceeds from Return of the Eagle goes to ensure there will always be eagle habitat. Frank Oberleâs book captures the grace, artistry, and beauty of bald eagles perfectly.