A Nature Guide to the Southwest Tahoe Basin: Including Desolation Wilderness and Fallen Leaf Lake : Trees, Shrubs, Ferns, Flowers, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, and Fishes Inhabiting the Sierra Nevada Watershed Southwest of Lake Tahoe, California
Charles Quinn, 2006 - Desolation Wilderness (Calif.) - 232 pages
A complete comprehensive guide to the Tahoe region's natural world. Both the average visitor and the avid naturalist will use this book to learn more about the natural history, plants, and animals of the region. Supplemented by more than 350 photos and drawings. Essays on geology, fire ecology, medicinal plants and lake ecology.
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