Natural History of the Pacific Crest Trail System: A Descriptive List of the Typical Species of the Trees, Animals, Birds and Flowers Living in the High Mountains of Washington, Oregon and California : Identified to Location on the P.C.T.S. Route as Described in the "LOG" of Daily Itinerary
publisher not identified, 1936 - Natural history - 75 pages
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