The only single-source reference for the 376 species found in these southeastern states with info on appearance, voice, habits, habitat, regional abundance and distribution, and world range.
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Travel writer Alderson explores the state's frontier past and evolving future through history, folkways, and observations from life in the great outdoors in this comprehensive armchair guide to Florida's north central coast.
Wild Orchids of Florida, Updated and Expanded Edition: With References to the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains
This bestselling field guide (the first to be published for this orchid-rich state) has now been updated with 200 new points of fact to to provide the latest developments in orchid research. For all levels of enthusiast.
Spanning 2,273 miles, this is the definitive guide to Florida's more than 500 hiking trails for beginners and advanced hikers alike. With 26 b&w photos, 13 maps.
This is part 1, covering from Ocala to the Everglades, of a 2-volume comprehensive guide to riding on Florida's public lands for both the experienced and the casual rider. With 32 b&w photos, 4 maps, bibliography, index.
From the Panhandle to the Lower Keys, the perfect guide to finding high-quality, less-trafficked adventures--where to go/stay, what to see, what to expect--and how to enjoy these areas responsibly. 30 b&w photos, 3 appendixes, index.
Written in practical language by turfgrass experts, the bible that provides everything needed to keep Florida lawns looking their best has been updated with the most recent lawn management information. New chapter on organic lawncare. 32 tables, 139
This beautiful field guide offers orchid enthusiasts everything they need to know about what, where, and when to find wild orchids in the southeastern United States.
A comprehensive treatment of the selection and care of 400 aesthetic and functional plants that can adapt to a coastal site.