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Rocky Mountain tree finder a pocket manual for identifying Rocky Mountain trees by Tom Watts

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Published by Nature Study Guild Publishers in Rochester, NY .
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Subjects:

  • Trees -- Rocky Mountains Region -- Identification,
  • Trees -- Rocky Mountains Region -- Pictorial works

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementTom Watts, Bridget Watts.
GenreIdentification, Pictorial works
ContributionsWatts, Bridget.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK139 .W38 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination61 p. :
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23907501M
ISBN 109780912550299
LC Control Number2007902990
OCLC/WorldCa255886400

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About the book: Pocket-sized guide to identifying native trees of the Rockies and Great Basin, in the U.S. and Canada, from the plains to the alpine zone. Like all the plant guides in the Finders series, this book uses a key format that leads you through a series of choices to identify the plant by its leaves, needles, and other features.4/5(12). Jan 17,  · To identify deciduous trees (trees that drop their leaves in the fall) east of the Rockies in winter, use Winter Tree Finder. This book is one of the "Finders" series of pockets guides to native plants and animals of North America, which includes similar tree keys for the West: Pacific Coast Tree Finder, Rocky Mountain Tree Finder, and Desert Tree Finder/5(). Nov 14,  · Tree Finder is the best pocket-sized tree identification manual available for trees east of Rocky Mountains. Fifty-eight illustrated pages are crammed full of tips that help in identifying of North America's most common native trees. This inexpensive key is dichotomous. You select the best of two questions until identification. Services. Rocky Mountain Tree Care, Inc. in Arvada, CO is a full service, quality tree care company that has been in business since We have earned a solid reputation for exceptional customer service and expertise in tree, plant health maintenance, disease and pest control.

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