Audubon Field Guide to Trees: Western Region

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Audubon Guide Books

By: National Audubon Society

This first all-photographic field guide highlights, in 855 full-color images, the significant details of virtually all the trees native to western North America and many cultivated species, as you see them in their natural habitats. The guide covers 312 trees from the Pacific Coast to central Texas and the Rockies. Each species is fully described, including habitat, range, and lore.


  • 855 full-color photographs
  • 312 species
  • Visual organization of species photographs by leaf shape, flowers, fruit, and cones for easy identification
  • Range map for each species covered
  • Complete glossary of terms

Other Information:
Published: 1980
Pages: 639

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