Guide to the National Wildlife Refuges

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Collier Books, 1993 - Business & Economics - 684 pages
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More than 475 national wildlife refuges situated throughout the United States and its territories, based on interviews and trips, featuring easily readable maps, and what to see and do, where to camp or lodge, what clothes and equipment to bring, best times to visit.

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This is a fantastic book. Our worn copy has guided us in visits to national wildlife refuges around the country over nearly 20 years. The authors' descriptions of the habitats and animals you can see are well researched, well written, and really halp the nature-oriented traveler plan the most rewarding trips. Yes, there is plenty of information today on the Internet, but we still don't have a substitute for Laura and William Riley's book.
Deborah Green, Longwood, FL

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About the author (1993)

Laura Riley was a writer and photographer specializing in the natural world. William Riley is a conservationist, writer, and businessman. The Rileys coauthored the "Guide to the [U.S.] National Wildlife Refuges," a Pulitzer Prize nominee.

Riley is a conservationist, writer, and businessman.

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