Field Guide to the Cascades & Olympics
* More than 700 color illustrations for easy identification
* Expanded with new sections on mushrooms, insects, and rock identification
* Handy color tabs for easy access, and quick reference index on back cover
Don't just call it a mushroom when it's a golden chanterelle; know your screech owl from your saw-whet owl; distinguish a monarch butterfly from a painted lady -- all with the help of this comprehensive guide to the common plants and animals of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains.
The species accounts have been updated with the latest taxonomic changes and, as before, include common name, scientific name, and description of important features, habitat, and geographic range.
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