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Exploring Wild Northwest Florida Exploring Wild Northwest Florida
Gil Nelson

Paperback
$14.95
ISBN: 1-56164-086-7
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
270 Pages
11 b&w photos, maps 8-page color insert

The Panhandle offers some of Florida's most pristine natural areas and habitats. This book leads you through the above-ground caves at Florida Caverns State Park, to the dark waters of the Blackwater River, and to the migration stopover at St. Marks Wildlife Refuge used seasonally by thousands of birds.The guide will provide you with detailed descriptions of federal, state, county, and private lands, including how to get there; activities available to visitors, such as hiking, canoeing, birdwatching, botanizing, and camping; the special wildlife and plants you might encounter; and suggestions for making sure your visit is enjoyable and safe. Includes comprehensive wildlife and plant checklists, and descriptions of major canoe trails.

"The strength of regional guides such as these lies in the level of detail they feature. Both eloquent and informative."—Tallahassee Democrat

"A thorough, accurate, and informative guide to the South Florida area."—The Midwest Book Review

Gil Nelson writes on natural history, ecology, and outdoor recreation for many national and regional publications, and often teaches and leads field trips for groups such as the Sierra Club and the Audubon Society. He is also the author of The Trees of Florida, The Shrubs and Woody Vines of Florida, and Exploring Wild Northwest Florida.

Paperback $14.95 ISBN: 1-56164-086-7 Size: 5.5 x 8.5 270 Pages 11 b&w photos, maps 8-page color insert

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