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Kenneth L. Smith Edited by Janet Parsch This 2022 Commemorative Reissue of The Buffalo River Country includes…
- A Foreword by Suzie Liles and Jim Liles, National Park Service (retired)
- The complete text from the 3rd edition (1976)
- “Past and Future” -- The revised chapter from the three editions in 1967, 1970, and 1976 describes the status and progress on the legislation that created the Buffalo National River in 1972
- 13 maps and 150 photos
This book interprets our natural surroundings in a way that enhances a simple walk in the scenic deciduous woodlands of the Ozark Mountain region. Explanations go beyond trees and their habitat to include other diverse subjects: the leaf litter beneath a hiker’s feet, strategies used by wildflowers for pollination and seed dispersal, diseases that can ravage our forests, and forces active in the landscape that impact conservation efforts. Simplified line drawings demonstrate specific points of interest in a way that visually cluttered photographs cannot do. Includes: 163 line drawings, a list of species used in the text, a glossary, and a reading list.
Arkansas Butterflies and Moths, 2nd edition, includes 264 species of butterflies and moths found in Arkansas. Species identification is facilitated through detailed text entries alongside 300 full-sized color photographs. And, for the first time ever, all butterfly species in the state are included. Many live photographs and shots of larvae are used, and butterfly gardening and prime butterfly-watching locations in the state are covered.
ORDER NOW!This attractive, heavily illustrated field guide is the most comprehensive accounting of the woody plants of Arkansas ever published. The book will be a valuable companion for all who appreciate Arkansas flora in rural, urban, and wilderness areas. You will want to have a copy in your backpack as well as on your bookshelf. P. Allen Smith says, "This is a colossal body of work that will inform and benefit many, enthusiasts and professionals alike, for decades to come." Dr. Gary Tucker says, "What a great job you guys have done on the book. A much-needed publication that is well written..."