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Trees of New York City, including Central Park and Long Island

Trees of New York City, including Central Park and Long Island: A Guide to Common Native Species
What trees are in your favorite grove in Central Park, or along the roadsides on Long Island?

Now you can identify them quickly with this convenient, easy-to-use field guide, containing more than 60 vibrant color photos.

Grouped by mature size and photographed to display their most distinguishing characteristics—leaf shape, flower, seed, nut, or fruit—common native trees in this guide can be found in Central Park, Prospect Park, the High Line, Jones Beach and Robert Moses State Parks, Gateway National Recreation Area, Fire Island National Seashore, and on the streets of New York City.

Accompanying text points out the unique features of each tree, to help you tell one tree from another in no time. Six double-sided, waterproof panels fold up to fit into your back pocket, waist pack or purse.

ISBN: 978-1-936913-18-3

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Trees of the Mid-Atlantic States

More than 60 vibrant color photos help you identify the trees in your yard, in your favorite park, in the mountains and in meadows, wetlands and salt marshes.

Grouped by mature size and photographed to display their most distinguishing characteristics—leaf shape, flower, seed, nut, or fruit—common native trees in this guide can be found from the Poconos to the Cape May nature preserves, and throughout Delaware and Maryland as well.

Accompanying text points out the unique features of each tree, to help you tell one tree from another in no time. Six double-sided, waterproof panels fold up to fit into your back pocket, waist pack or purse.

ISBN: 978-1-943334-35-3

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Trees of New York

What are the trees in your Adirondack campground, or along the boulevard in your neighborhood? Now you can identify them quickly with this convenient, easy-to-use field guide, containing more than 60 vibrant color photos.

Grouped by mature size and photographed to display their most distinguishing characteristics—leaf shape, flower, seed, nut, or fruit—common native trees in this guide can be found from Niagara Falls State Park to the Taconic State Parkway, and from Montauk to the heart of the High Peaks region.

Accompanying text points out the unique features of each tree, to help you tell one tree from another in no time. Six double-sided, waterproof panels fold up to fit into your back pocket, waist pack or purse.

ISBN: 978-1-943334-33-9

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Trees of Appalachia

The Appalachian Mountains area is home to one of the world’s most diverse temperate forests.

This guide to 63 of the area’s most characteristic and beautiful species covers the region of Appalachia: the mountains and adjacent areas of the southern and mid-Atlantic states from Pennsylvania to Georgia, especially North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

Users will find the characteristic trees of high mountain peaks and those of lower elevations as well. This will be an indispensable resource to visitors of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Park and Appalachia’s other species places.

ISBN: 978-1-943334-15-5

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