Nature Guide to New England (Paperback)
Lone Pine Publishing's nature guides historically have been best-sellers, popular for their comprehensive and easy-to-access natural history of a region. Now, we're proud to present the new Nature Guide to New England. This book features over 400 species of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, fish, inverterbrates, trees, shrubs and vines, as well as ferns and grasses: - size, habitat, behaviour, range and natural history - color illustrations - a full-color map shows ecoregions, parks and natural areas - color-coded Reference Guide at the front of the book to make it quick and easy to find the account you want when you're in the field - illustrated glossary and index.
About the Author
ERIN McCLOSKEY is an author, editor and environmentalist with a Bachelor of Science degree with distinction in Environmental and Conservation Sciences majoring in conservation biology and management from the University of Alberta. An active campaigner for the protection of endangered species and spaces, Erin has collaborated with various NGOs and has been involved in numerous endangered species conservation projects around the world. Erin began working as an editor with Lone Pine Publishing in 1996 and has since freelanced as a writer and editor for several magazine and book publishers focused on nature, travel, scientific research and even alternative healthcare. Erin is the author of The Bradt Travel Guide to Argentina, Ireland Flying High, Canada Flying High, Hawaii from the Air and co-author/editor for the Green Volunteers guidebook series. Erin is also the author of Bear Attacks and several in a series of Nature Guides for Lone Pine Publishing.