This area includes 3 major National Parks (Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier/Waterton), plus a host of mountain ranges – from the Wasatch and Uintas of Northern Utah to the Canadian border.
Almost 100 beautiful species have been chosen to illustrate the enormous range of colors and forms that are to be found from the valleys up to almost 14,000 feet. Vivid color photographs are supplemented by text describing key features such as size, habitat and blooming period. A companion guide to the Southern Rockies almost doubles the number of species, many of which are found in both regions.Click here to view an electronic sample »
The wild mammals of the Yellowstone and Grand Teton regions are often elusive and difficult to locate. Their tracks, scats, and signs may be the best clue for the nature-wise detective whether a casual observer, amateur naturalist, or outdoor adventure enthusiast of any age. Now, a practical, convenient-sized guide for use in track-scene investigation.
Color photos show common and some rare mammals of the Rocky Mountains along with selected tracks, scats, and signs to facilitate visual identification of the animal or its trail. Mammals are listed by common and scientific name. Useful identification features including weight and size describe animals and signs, respectively, to facilitate field identification. Text explains behavioral, ecological, and habitat relationships for each species. This pocket-sized, 12-panel, laminated, waterproof guide is great for those who wish to know the outdoors.Click here to view an electronic sample »
How do you know wildlife is there if you don’t see it? This laminated, pocket-sized guide is an excellent resource for interpreting the signs and clues left behind by Rocky Mountain wildlife. This guides uses color photos of some common and elusive Rocky Mountain mammals,reptiles, birds, and amphibian species and their key identifiers – tracks, scats, or signs. Common and scientific names and education tips are included.Click here to view an electronic sample »