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A Field Guide to the Southeast Coast & Gulf of Mexico: Coastal Habitats, Seabirds, Marine Mammals, Fish, & Other Wildlife Paperback – January 24, 2012
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The author presents an extrordinarily deep understanding of these areas, but the information is so interestingly discussed and depicted that the process is thoroughly enjoyable. I actually read this book cover to cover before I left.
Using this reference, I was able to immediately identify the three dominant species of mangrove. It was also useful in identifying many species of plants, and wading and shore birds. Unlike other taxonomic treatments, some of Proctors descriptions made me laugh out loud. I only wish that other taxonomists would take notice.
This book it the companion to the North Atlantic Field Guide. It cover from the Virginia beach areas, all the way down to the Gulf Coast and past Florida into the Keys.
This Field Guide is as magnificent as the first. It covers all of the different seabirds, marine mammals, fishes, and all other marine life and even plants. Richly illustrated and packed with information, this guide is again, for all those who live on the coast, are near the coast, visit the coast, or have a love for the coast and it life.
I Highly recommend this book to anyone who loves nature and wildlife. This book will make an excellent addition to your library as it has for mine.
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I ordered this book with the intention of using it as a specimen guide for my college Marine Bio students, but was very disappointed in the lack of science and comprehension. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rob Martin