Our national parks: America's spectacular wilderness heritage
Reader's Digest Association, 1985 - Travel - 352 pages
Combining magnificent photos and an informative, entertaining text, this volume covers the histories, the geological features, and the wildlife of America's unspoiled paradises. Over 400 full-color photos and 350 full-color illustrations capture rarely seen plants and animals in their native habitats, panoramic vistas and extraordinary natural phenomena.
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Where the Parks Are
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