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Good/Bad Garden Bugs
by Craig MacGowan


Overview - Handy and fun identification tools cover mammals to mollusks, dinosaurs to backyard bugs.
-- Field identification guides to suit every naturalist
-- Waterproof and transportable for us in the field

No matter what the weather or the terrain you are exploring, Mac's Field Guides are the perfect tools to help you identify plants and animals.  Read more...


 

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Overview
Handy and fun identification tools cover mammals to mollusks, dinosaurs to backyard bugs.
-- Field identification guides to suit every naturalist
-- Waterproof and transportable for us in the field

No matter what the weather or the terrain you are exploring, Mac's Field Guides are the perfect tools to help you identify plants and animals. These plastic laminated wildlife cards are sturdy enough to go along on any kind of outdoor activity and are available for a wide variety of subjects and regions in North America. Four new cards, Backyard Bugs, Dinosaurs: North America, Northwest Coastal Invertebrates, and California Coastal Invertebrates, expand the series' coverage of regions and species.

Do you know which creepy crawlers in your garden are protecting your vegetables or eating them? Backyard Bugs is an essential, easy-to-use garden reference. Distinguish the good bugs from the bad ones: use one side of this card to identify those bugs welcome in your garden and the other side to recognize those that can wreak havoc on your plants.

If you were stuck alone in Jurassic Park would you know the difference between a Tyrannosaurus rex and a Brontosaurus? Dinosaurs: North America will teach children and refresh adults about the great reptiles of prehistoric times.

Would you believe that a Giant Sea Cucumber and Shaggy Mouse live in the Pacific Ocean? These spineless creatures of the Northwest and California coasts can be easily identified with Northwest Coastal Invertebrates and California Coastal Invertebrates.

Each guide features detailed full-color drawings of plants and wildlife found in North America. The two-sided cards include common and scientific names, as well asinformation on size and habitat or region.

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9780898865318
  • ISBN-10: 089886531X
  • Publisher: Mountaineers Books
  • Publish Date: November 1997

Series: Mac's Guides (Charts)

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