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  1. velvetfoot

    velvetfoot Minister of Fire

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    Can anyone recommend a good tree identification book?

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    Thanks! I was trying to remember that name.
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    Shure! no problem, i always enjoyed there feild guides. I have trees, (western forrests of course) birds and insects and there realy helpfull. I like illistrations better then photos.
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    I have: The Nationl Audubon Society Field Guide


    of course, that's the western one and obviously I have the eastern version, but you get the idea. It has color photos of bark, leaves, flowers, plus the pictures link to articles in the back of the book with all sorts of info.
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    Thanks again for the tips.
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