This Audubon Society field guide features 800+ pages of information on the subject of Trees in the Western region of North America. Approximately 900 color images will show more than 300 species of trees in their natural habitats. This guide utilizes visual organization of species by leaf shape, flowers, fruit, and cones for easy identification and includes a range map for each species covered. 103813, Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Trees - Western Region, Field Guide to North American Trees - Western Region Audubon Society, Field Guide to Western Region North American Trees Audubon Society, Audubon Society Western Region Field Guide to North American Trees, Audubon Society Western RegionField Guide to North American Trees, Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Trees - Western Region, Audubon Society Field Guide to Western Region North American Trees, guide book, field guide, field book, field guidebook, trees, NA trees, tree identification, identifying trees.
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1-seeded Arizona Baja California Bark base bipinnately bisexual British Columbia California calyx canyons capsules catkins Cercocarpus clusters cone-scales Cones conifers deeply furrowed dense Description Diameter Douglas-fir drooping drupe early spring edible elliptical evergreen evergreen tree Flowers foliage forests Fruit gray Habitat hairless hairs hairy when young Height Juniper lance-shaped leaf leaflets leafstalks Leaves light brown lobes long-pointed maturing in late Mexico Moist soils mountains narrow native Needles nutlets º º oblong ornamental paired paler petals Pine pinnately pinnately compound pistil planted Ponderosa Pine pure stands Range reddish reddish-brown rocky rounded crown saw-toothed scaly ridges seeds sepals Shiny dark green short-pointed short-stalked showy shreddy shrub or small Sierra Nevada slender slightly slopes small tree smooth sometimes species spreading branches stalkless stalks stamens stout teeth thick thin tiny toothed Trans-Pecos Trans-Pecos Texas tree with short Twigs usually veins whitish wide Willow yellow yellow-green