Great Salt Lake Birding Trails
By: The Birding Trails series of covers all the great bird watching areas of Utah with detailed maps, trail descriptions, where you'll find specific birds, and information about the birds you'll see. Oth
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Birds of Utah: Field Guide - 2nd edition
By: Stan Tekiela Identify Utah birds with this easy-to-use field guide, organized by color and featuring full-color photographs and helpful information. Make bird-watching in Utah even more enjoyable. With Stan Tekiela’s famous bird guide, field identification is simple and informative....
Eastern Utah Birding Trails
The Birding Trails series of covers all the great bird watching areas of Utah with detailed maps, trail descriptions, where you'll find specific birds, and information about the birds you'll see. Other Information: Published: 2001 Double-sided pamphlet
Feeding Utah's Birds
By: M. Kirkland Bird feeding, long considered both entertainment and sport by bird lovers, presents a fascinating opportunity to enjoy the beauty and amusing antics of our feathered friends. A growing number of Utahns are discovering that enticing wild birds...
Utah Wildlife Viewing Guide
By: Jim Cole Where has all the wildlife gone? Nowhere. It's all around us - along every pathway, every roadway, even every freeway. You just need to know where to look, and this book shows you where. The Utah Wildlife...
Duraguide: Animal Skulls and Bones
By: James Kavanagh and Raymond Leung Indulge your inner explorer and learn where you are likely to find bones and how to identify animals based on their skull and limb shape and size, dental patterns, horns and beaks. This pocket...
Wolves (Falcon Guide)
Wolves: A Falcon Field Guidepresents readers with substantive yet easily digestible information on this most feared yet misunderstood predator. Where do wolves live? What enemies do they have? How do they communicate? What issues exist in the controversial relationship between...
Waterfowl of North America
By: Kevin T. KarlsonA Comprehensive Guide to All Species.Waterproof, Easy Field Identification, Distinguishing FeaturesOther Information:Published: 2014Pages: Double sided, six-panel pamphlet
National Audubon Society: Field Guide to Birds - Western Region
By: Miklos D. F. Udvardy and John Farrand, Jr. Virtually every bird found in western North America is brought to life in this portable guide, an essential companion in the field and a staple in any birdwatcher's library—a birding bible for...
Birds Of North America
This fun, affordable, beautifully illustrated introduction to birding is like taking a walk with National Geographic's birding experts. Of this book's 192 pages, 160 are devoted to North America's top species, one per page, from the lowly House Wren to...
Sharing the Land With Pinyon-Juniper Birds
By: Scott W. Gillihan This book helps provide information on the management of pinion-juniper woodlands that will benefit individual bird species and bird communities while still using the woodlands for other purposes. Other Information: Published: 2006 Pages: 39
Falcon Pocket Guide: Mountain Lions
By Jack Ballard Mountain Lions presents readers with substantive yet easily digestible information on these mysterious big cats. Where do mountain lions live? What enemies do they have? How do they communicate? What issues exist in the sometimes controversial relationship...
Birds of the Southern Rocky Mountains
"Birds of the Southern Rockies is a quick and easy-to-use, lightweight, durable, all-weather field guide to the remarkable and varied birdlife inhabiting the southern Rocky Mountains region, within Colorado and the northern tier of New Mexico. Stunning digital photographs depict 125 species...
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Myths & Truths About Coyotes: What You Need to Know About America's Most Misunderstood Predator
Once just a colorful character in children’s cartoons or accounts of the Old West, coyotes are now real-life neighbors to nearly every one of us. Coyotes can be found in every U.S. state except Hawaii, and they make themselves at...
The Tracker's Field Guide: A Comprehensive Manual For Animal Tracking
Jim Lowery is among North America''s leading tracking experts. In this book he distills his remarkable expertise, gained over decades of intensive research and practical field experience, into a comprehensive field guide to tracking North American mammals. Fully illustrated with...
Bat Basics: How to Understand and Help These Amazing Flying Mammals
Separate Fact from Fiction with This Fun, Fascinating Guide We need bats to eat mosquitoes, pollinate plants, and more. Karen Krebbs has been studying the world’s only flying mammals for more than 35 years―and she’s sharing her expertise with you....
Whitetail Deer (Falcon Pocket Guides Series)
Whitetail Deer presents readers with substantive yet easily digestible information on this medium-size animal. Where do they live? How do they communicate? This book contains all the information you need to become familiar with these fascinating animals. Accompanied by numerous full-color...
50 Common Mammals Of The Southwest
If you want to be lucky enough to see a Mexican raccoon or a northern river otter, you need to know what they look like and how they will react to your visit. With the color photographs and detailed information...
Wilderness Predators of the Rockies: The Bond Between Predator and Prey
By: Mike Lapinski The mighty grizzly, stately wolf, stealthy mountain lion, and seldom seen ghost predators - these are some of the legendary creatures that prowl the backcountry of Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and British Columbia....
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Peterson Field Guide to Mammals of North America
By: Fiona A. Reid The most comprehensive, in-depth, and current guide to North American mammals, this book covers all the mammals found in North America north of Mexico, including those that live in near-shore waters. The only guide to include...
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Peterson Field Guide to Hawks of North America
By: William S. Clark & Brian K. Wheeler This guide includes all 39 species of North American hawks and other diurnal raptors, including eagles, falcons, and cultures. Color paintings and photographs show each species in various morphs and plumages, which...
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Audubon Field Guide to the Southwestern States
By: Peter Alden & Peter Friederici For every resident of and visitor to the southwestern states, this uniquely compact yet comprehensive volume is the essential guide to the region's natural world. Whether you're at home or on the road, the...
Who Ate the Backyard? Living With Wildlife on Private Land
By: Charlie Craighead How to attract, avoid, or simply live in peace with the animals that inhabit the same places we do in the Rocky Mountain Region. Author Charlie Craighead describes the habits of bears, moose, porcupines, weasels, rodents, deer...
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Watchable Birds of the Southwest
By: Mary Taylor Gray Do you revel in the cascading song of a canyon wren as it echoes off red-rock cliffs? Long to view the sandhill crane's courtship dance? Wonder which leaves the X footprint in the desert sand? If...
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