Top quality field guide. I have several by Audubon. Factual, easy to use, and accurate.Published 1 month ago by W. P. DeGraw
Audubon guides are some of the best books you can get when studding a destination or subject in depth. And this one is no exception.Published 6 months ago by Sacha Aponte
Lots and lots of information and great pictures. I will definitely be able to learn much about the plants from this book.Published 12 months ago by Eric Kaeppel
I didn't expect such easy to follow detail, and my initial need for a simple reference to identify one tree expanded into an interest in identifying other trees. Read morePublished 13 months ago by James I dahle
I'm trying to identify three different trees, all of which have dark red leaves all summer. One appears to be in the Willow family, but the book shows not one with dard red... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jim Buller
I am rebuilding my set of these books.
I have owned and used them extensively since 1982.
My continuous, and not always gentle, use of these is why this purchase. Read more
Bought this for my Science Olympiad team and 7th and 8th graders had no problem figuring out how to use it and get the information they needed from it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. Smith
I am so pleased to have found this book. The Audubon Society Field Guides are consistently best-in-class, and the silhouettes make it so easy to identify unknown trees. Read morePublished 17 months ago by RBM
Highly recommend this field guide, very basic and easy to use. A great starting reference when trying to do field identification.Published 18 months ago by Timothy Knab