Seasonal Guide to the Natural Year: A Month by Month Guide to Natural Events : Mid-Atlantic, Part 3

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Fulcrum Pub., 1992 - Nature - 342 pages
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These comprehensive guides offer a unique approach to travel for naturalists of all stripes, providing information on where to go and when to go. Month-by-month listings enable nature lovers to explore and behold the spectacular natural events that occur in these regions through the seasons. Whether birder, photographer, wildflower buff, or eco-traveler, you will find the Seasonal Guides essential resources for viewing nature's best shows.

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Seasonal Guide to the Natural Year-New England and New York

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Weidensaul, an author of many books on natural history, offers a guide to seasonal natural events, such as wildlife migrations, flower-blooming times, and foliage changes. The emphasis is on when to ... Read full review

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September
19
February
28
Migrating Ducks and Geese
53
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Scott Weidensaul is the author of more than 20 books on nature and wildlife, including Mountains of the Heart: A Natural History of the Appalachians, Max Bonker and the Howling Thieves, and two books in the popular Seasonal Guide to the Natural Year series, and A Kid's First Book of Bird-Watching.

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