Chock full of gorgeous photographs. There is also a calendar showing when events in nature happen through the months. It contains more than 400 full-color photographs, maps and illustrations. Learn about the region's geology, its rivers and mountains. Reviews for the first edition "A wonderful introduction to the history and features of Massachusetts east of Quabbin Reservoir.
The Natural History of Eastern Massachusetts - Second Edition #ad - . This more sophisticated second edition brings all the original material up to date and adds many new articles. There are charts showing when wildflowers bloom and when butterflies are on the wing. Find out how it was formed by the ice age and volcanic activity. There are checklists of common birds, trees, wildflowers and butterflies.
Roadside Geology of Massachusetts Roadside Geology SeriesMountain Pr #ad - Geologic roadguides include tours of boston harbor Islands National Recreation Area, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Cape Cod National Seashore, and Mount Greylock State Reservation. Interspersed through the guidebook are tales of pioneering geologists such as Harvard's Louis Agassiz, the first to propose that continental glaciers--not the remnants of Noah's Flood as early settlers had imagined--polished the state's bedrock and deposited its enormous boulders and sand plains.
Roadside Geology of Massachusetts Roadside Geology Series #ad - James skehan explains the geologic history behind the rocks and landforms visible from the state's highways, including such well-known historic features as Bloody Bluff, Beacon Hill, Plymouth Rock, and Walden Pond. Numerous maps and photographs reveal ancient volcanoes, colorful minerals, marble potholes, dinosaur footprints, and America's first commercial railroad--built with blocks of Quincy granite.
. Used book in Good Condition. Sparkling beaches, while giant folds of gneiss and schist crisscross the interior, tidal estuaries, and granite headlands ornament the Massachusetts coast, squeezed up between colliding continents like toothpaste from a tube.
Pond Life: Revised and Updated A Golden Guide from St. Martin's PressGolden Guides from St. Martin's Press '04995 #ad - Great product! Plus suggestions for:where and when to lookObserving and collecting specimensMaking exciting discoveries Used book in Good Condition. It includes surface-dwelling creatures as well as those of open water, the bottom, and the shore and tells how various animals and plants live together in a community.
This guide describes and illustrates, streams, lakes, the plants and animals that live in or near ponds, in full color, and wetlands.
Mushrooms of the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada A Timber Press Field GuideTimber Press #ad - A must-have for mushroom hunters in the northeast The Northeast is one of the best places to find mushrooms; they are both abundant and spectacularly diverse. Mushrooms of the northeastern united states and Eastern Canada is a compact, beautifully illustrated guide packed with descriptions and photographs of more than 500 of the region's most conspicuous, distinctive, and ecologically important mushrooms.
Covers connecticut, minnesota, vermont, ohio, indiana, wisconsin, newfoundland, ontario, new hampshire, pennsylvania, color-coded layoutAn essential reference for mushroom enthusiasts, Illinois, and most of QuebecMore than 550 superb color photographsHelpful keys for identificationClear, hikers, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Maine, and the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Massachusetts, Delaware, New York, and naturalists Used book in Good Condition.
Mushrooms of the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada A Timber Press Field Guide #ad - Great product! .
The Natural History of Western Massachusetts - Second editionHampshire House Publishing #ad - Learn about the first human residents. If you enjoy the valley, you'll enjoy this book. Tony Mateus, thepioneervalley. Blogspot. Com “this book, filled with color photos on just about every page, is both enjoyable to read and educational, a combination that should help it find an audience of diverse ages and interests … Presented in a style that's accessible to young readers.
The daily hampshire Gazette Used book in Good Condition. To quote the cover: "birds, mountains, dinosaurs, butterflies, weather, fish, frogs, beavers, bears, wildflowers, geology, ice age, turtles, trees, deer, ecosystems. All of it, and more. Many of them are focused on the Northeast, or New England or Southern New England.
The Natural History of Western Massachusetts - Second edition #ad - And easy to read and understand, for us slower kids in the class. Find out how it was formed by the ice age and volcanic activity. With brilliant photos, drawings, and graphics. They are good books, but precious few are dedicated to the Pioneer Valley area exclusively. There are charts showing when wildflowers bloom and when butterflies are on the wing.
Triassic-Jurassic of western Massachusetts: easily acessable geology field tripsCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - The trips are a hands-on experience of the evidence allowing you to visualize now vanished mountains, lakes, and volcanic lavas, deltas, rivers, alluvial fans, playas, along with the dinosaurs that roamed the rift valley. Used book in Good Condition. With many illustrations, john hubert leads you on easily accessible field trips to Late Triassic-Early Jurassic rocks in the Connecticut Valley of western Massachusetts.
Triassic-Jurassic of western Massachusetts: easily acessable geology field trips #ad - . Great product! John writes about the rocks in non-technical language, with geologic terms explained as introduced.