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This had always been my go-to book for tree identification. It's format is sort of a choose-your-own-adventure for tree identification. It's small enough to fit in your pocket and contains drawings rather than photographs. I first used this book (along with Desert Tree Finder: a pocket manual for id...
Close reading at its utmost. Some of these essays were just mesmerizing to me. From a visit to Plum Island, Newburyport, MA. "Glacial meltwater, and the wind, and the sea, freezing and thawing, and the rain, each had a hand in shaping, jumbling, transporting, selecting, the grains that composed my h...
Very small pocket guide -- skimmed through it quickly. Will have to test it out in the field. There's a counterpart Tree finder (for when the leaves, blossoms, etc. are in bloom).