Alaska: Illustrated Guide for the Curious
Best mini-guide to the Alaskan Wilderness
#1 on Amazon in Birdwatching Travel Guides
This friendly, illustrated field guide presents interesting and educational information on Alaska’s most common land and marine creatures and their habitats. With this book you can learn bear safety, edible berries, tracking, how glaciers are shaping Alaska, the creatures in a tidepool, and so much more. Curious explorers of all ages will enjoy referencing this vibrant guide as you explore the wonder of Alaska.
“Have you ever wondered if that juicy yellow berry was safe to eat?”
- The most interesting Alaskan wildlife and their habitats
- Approachable illustrations highlighting what you should notice
- A broad ecosystem approach, from sea to tundra
- Filled with fun facts for the whole family
This guidebook also features a special paper finish for notes. It accepts any type of pen or pencil for note-taking while in the field. This makes it much easier to write observations, dates, and anything else you may need to record while using the book.
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Alaska: A Guide for the Curious Book Information
Authors: Nikki Mann, Jeff Wohl
ISBN: 978-1-944986-59-9 (hardback), 978-1-944986-58-2 (paperback), ebook
Market price: $19.95 (hardback), $12.95 (paperback)
Formats: Hardback, Paperback, eBook
Page count: 112
Book code: Book136
Interior: Full color
#1 on Amazon in Birdwatching Travel Guides (May 2019)
Alaska: Illustrated Guide for the Curious paperback cover
Quotes from the book
“Lingcod are the wolverines of the ocean, with voracious appetites (including eating other Lingcod of the same size) with 18 sharp teeth.”
“Birds are the biggest gossips. They just can’t stop talking about everything around them.”
“Plants connect us to a place like few other things. At a glance, plants tell a tremendous amount about an ecosystem: where water is, where it may be safe to camp, what critters may be around.”