Item description for Trees of Michigan: Including Tall Shrubs by Linda Kershaw, Anton A. Reznicek & Bill Cook...
Overview Accompanied by more than five hundred color photographs, illustrations, and range maps, a comprehensive nature reference profiles all native and naturalized trees and tall shrubs found throughout the state, featuring information on each species' characteristics--including bark, leaves, flowers, fruits, and shape--along with identification tips, habitat descriptions, and an illustrated glossary. Original.
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Studio: Lone Pine Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 8" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Jul 5, 2006
Publisher Lone Pine Publishing
ISBN 9768200073 ISBN13 9789768200075 UPC 779101200076
Availability 0 units.
More About Linda Kershaw, Anton A. Reznicek & Bill Cook
Linda Kershaw's interest in rare species began in 1976 with her MSc thesis on rare and endangered Canadian plants. Over the past 25 years, her work has focussed on biophysical inventories in the Yukon, NWT and Alberta. She has authored and contributed to many field guides and papers. Linda now works as a writer and editor when not pursuing her two favorite pastimes: photography and illustration.
Reviews - What do customers think about Trees of Michigan: Including Tall Shrubs?
Great Book Jul 14, 2007
This book is great for identifying trees in my Michigan backyard. I highly recommend it.
Great Guide of Trees Jan 6, 2007
Trees of Michigan is a well designed guide for anyone interested in learning more about and identifying trees in the area. It also includes information on some bushes and shrubs. I use this guide in my after-school EcoClub at school. It has enhanced our study of nature.
A straightforward guide to 254 species from 36 arboreal families Sep 14, 2006
Trees of Michigan Including Tall Shrubs is a straightforward guide to 254 species from 36 arboreal families. Color photographs and close-ups of leaves, bark, flowers, fruits, cones, or overall shape illustrate every page of this easy-to-use guide, filled with identification tips, notes on edible fruits and human and wildlife uses of trees, name origins and alternate names of trees, range maps and habitat descriptions, and much more. An illustrated glossary rounds out this first-rate Michigan reference for amateur and professional nature lovers alike, and the soft cover and internal pages are printed on durable stock for weathering journeys into the field.