By Kenneth L. Gosner
Greater than 1,000 illustrations, prepared based on visible similarities, exhibit plant and animal species of the Atlantic Coast from the Bay of Fundy to Cape Hatteras. This consultant comprises details on how you can find each one species through geographic diversity, tidal variety, tidal point, season, topography, and weather.
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A Field Guide to the Atlantic Seashore: From the Bay of Fundy to Cape Hatteras (Peterson Field Guide) by Kenneth L. Gosner