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Get In Touch With Nature. These full-color guides lead you into the great outdoors and increase your chances of seeing wildlife once you get there. Maps, viewing tips, species listings, site descriptions and facility and recreation information make getting in touch with nature as easy as taking the lens cap off your binoculars. Wildlife viewing guides are available for many U.S. states and the Caribbean.
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From the rugged Badlands to the famed prairie pothole region, the North Dakota Wildlife Viewing Guide will lead you to eighty-one of the state's premier wildlife viewing locations-and better your chances of seeing wildlife once you get there. Included are detailed descriptions of each viewing site, maps and access information, helpful viewing tips, and more than fifty color photos. This guide was created through the Watchable Wildlife program, a national partnership initiative coordinated by Defenders of Wildlife. Each site was selected by a panel of wildlife experts from the following organizations and government agencies. These groups also made significant technical contributions to the research and development of this guide: North Dakota Game and Fish Department; North Dakota Parks and Tourism Department; The Nature Conservancy; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Bureau of Land Management; Bureau of Reclamation; Defenders of Wildlife; National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; North Dakota Nongame Wildlife Program; Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association; North Dakota Forest Service; North Dakota Project WILD; National Park Service.

•Paperback: 96 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.26 x 9.01 x 6.04
•Publisher: Falcon Publishing Company; 1 edition (May 1992)
•ISBN: 1560441208
From the wetland forests bounding the mighty Mississippi, to the prairie-like cedar glades of Middle Tennessee, to the misty spruce-fir forests of the Great Smoky Mountains, the Tennessee Wildlife Viewing Guide will lead you to eighty-one premier wildlife viewing areas and will better your chances of seeing wildlife once ;you get there. Included are detailed descriptions of each viewing site, maps and access information, helpful viewing tips, and more than forty color photographs featuring the wildlife and scenic natural areas of the Volunteer State.

•Paperback: 96 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.23 x 8.98 x 6.02
•Publisher: Falcon Publishing Company; (November 1993)
•ISBN: 1560441860
From prairie pothole wetlands to limestone cliffs along the mighty Mississippi River, through rolling pastoral lands to the prairie and bur oak of the Loess Hills, Iowa is a special place for wildlife. You can watch thousands of migrating snow geese, bald eagles by the hundreds, a dazzling variety of butterflies, and much more. The Iowa Wildlife Viewing Guide has all the information you'll need for a successful wildlife viewing trip-detailed descriptions of the state's best 77 viewing areas and the wildlife found there, maps and access information, viewing tips, and beautiful color photos of Iowa's watchable wildlife and scenic natural areas.

•Paperback: 96 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.28 x 8.96 x 5.95
•Publisher: Falcon Publishing Company; (September 1995)
•ISBN: 1560443499
Half a million migrating sandhill cranes. A prairie chicken performing its springtime mating dance. White-tailed deer, mule deer, and pronghorn antelope. Eastern and western bird species. This is wildlife watching in Nebraska, a place where plant and wildlife communities of different regions meet-from timbered river courses to hilly dune fields to pine forests to mixed grass prairies and short-grass plains. The Nebraska Wildlife Viewing Guide leads you to 68 of the best places to see wildlife in Nebraska. A perfect resource for hikers, campers, sightseers, birders, students, teachers-anyone who cherishes wildlife and treasures encounters with the natural world. Each of the site descriptions tells you what to expect, when to go, and how to get there. Packed with color photos from the photographers of award-winning NEBRASKAland Magazine.

•Paperback: 96 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.31 x 8.98 x 5.96
•Publisher: Falcon Publishing Company; 1 edition (January 1997)
•ISBN: 1560445122
Pennsylvania is the keystone state for bird watching during seasonal bird migration. With more than 400 species of birds documented in the state, including 186 breeding species of birds, a visitor to Pennsylvania will find year round opportunity to engage in bird watching. Readers are introduced to the many natural wonders found in Pennsylvania - from old growth forests to lush wetlands to vast grasslands - via the State Park and Forest sites, wild areas, trails, vistas, and scenic drives described in the guide and accompanying web site (www.pabirdingtrails.org).  Sites consist of both rural and urban locations, and offer a wide variety of amenities.

The Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail guide was developed by Audubon Pennsylvania, this guide includes over 200 locations in 39 counties that afford ample opportunity to view birds and other wildlife. County maps, tourism information, and bird watching tips make this a valuable resource for outdoor enthusiasts.

Author: Audubon Pennsylvania
From alpine meadows and glacial lakes to rugged badlands and shortgrass prairie, few states can match the spectacular diversity of wildlife found in Montana. Trumpeter swans, bighorn sheep, elk, and the largest grizzly bear population south of Canada are just a few of the Big Sky State's wildlife viewing attractions. The Montana Wildlife Viewing Guide has all the information you'll need for a memorable wildlife viewing trip-detailed descriptions of each site and its wildlife, maps and access information, viewing tips, and beautiful color photos of Montana's watchable wildlife and scenic natural areas.

•Paperback: 112 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.29 x 8.94 x 5.92
•Publisher: Falcon Publishing Company; Revised edition (July 1995)
•ISBN: 1560443480
New York Wildlife Viewing Guide
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From Palo Duro State Park and its abundance of western wildlife, to internationally-renowned Arkansas National Wildlife Refuge where dolphins and endangered whooping cranes thrill thousands of visitors each year, the Texas Wildlife Viewing Guide will lead you to 142 premier wildlife viewing locations and will better your chances of seeing wildlife once you get there. Included are detailed descriptions of each viewing site, maps and access information, helpful viewing tips, and ninety color photographs featuring the wildlife and scenic natural areas of this incredibly diverse state.

Each site was selected by a panel of wildlife experts from the following organizations and government agencies. These groups also make significant technical contributions to the research and development of this guide: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; Defenders of Wildlife; National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; USDA Forest Service; Texas General Land Office; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Texas Department of Transportation; Lower Colorado River Authority; National Park Service; Bureau of Land Management; The Fanwood Foundation; U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; Texas Nature Conservancy; National Audubon Society; The Favrot Fund; The Brown Foundation; The McAshan Educational and Charitable Trust; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

•Paperback: 160 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.42 x 9.04 x 5.96
•Publisher: Falcon Publishing Company; 1 edition (November 1992)
•ISBN: 1560440929
Majestic mountains, urban heights, world class parks and lakes to pastoral farmlands and vineyards - New York State has it all! New York’s wildlife viewing and bountiful natural beauty is only matched by its rich history and invigorating culture. The New York Wildlife Viewing Guide is your key to unlock the treasures of the Empire State.

Prefer an e-book?  You can download it from the publisher at adventurepublications.net/new-york-wildlife-viewing-guide-ebook.html
Idaho has some of the most beautifully scenic country, much of which is public land.  Breathtaking views of forests, mountains, springs, grasslands, hot springs, and rivers abound.  And all this means great habitat for wildlife and great wildlife viewing.

This Idaho Wildlife Viewing Guide is your ticket to the premier places to see Idaho's wildlife, which includes:
 •100 sites with descriptions of habitats
•lists of species to view in the area
•numerous color photos of wildlife and scenery
•color maps of each site
•site notes with specific directions and information
•complete contact information with phone numbers
•size of site and nearest town
•Paperback: 143 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.29 x 8.94 x 5.92
•Publisher: Adventure Publications, Inc.; Revised edition (2003)
•ISBN: 1-15993-029-4
New Revised Edition!

From the sweeping prairies of the eastern plains to the jagged peaks of the Rocky Mountains, this second edition of the Colorado Wildlife Viewing Guide will lead you to 201 of the state's premier wildlife viewing locations and will better your chances of seeing wildlife once you arrive. Included are detailed descriptions of each site, updated color maps and access information, helpful viewing tips, and color photos that celebrate Colorado's wildlife heritage and awe-inspiring scenery.

Pages: 211
Author: Young, Mary Taylor; Herbrode, Janine Robin
Canyons and cliffs, deserts and plateaus, Arizona has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. The habitats are unlike any others, and that means unique wildlife viewing for you! Use the Arizona Wildlife Viewing Guide on your next exploration of this wonderful state.

Features:
• Detailed descriptions of 128 unique sites and the wildlife you may find at each
• Beautiful photographs of the sites and animals
• Tips for your best chance to see Arizona wildlife
• A three-tiered rating system, letting you know which locations are "can't miss"
• Site features, driving directions, contact information and more!

• Paperback: 179 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.95 x 9.03 x 6.00
• Author: Sharen Adams, Sharon Mallman and Watchable Wildlife
• Publisher: Adventure Publications, Inc.; 1st edition (July 2007)
• ISBN: 1-59193-141-X
An invaluable resource about wild Hawaii.  See amazing wildlife in their natural habitats.  From colorful birds to sea mammals to tropical fish to the native nçnç, residents and visitors will all appreciate learning where to see Hawaii's wildlife.

Features:
•31 beautiful wildlife viewing sites and the wildlife you may see when you're there
•all the information you'll need including driving directions, maps and contact information
•tips for viewing the wildlife, often including times and places
•several sites featured as premier, "don't-miss" sites
•illustrations and notes highlighting several species - did you know that whale is "koholâ" in Hawaiian?
•available amenities including trails, campsites, picnic areas and restrooms
•beautiful photos of the sites and the animals
•Native Hawaiian names for most of the species


•Paperback: 179 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.95 x 9.03 x 6.00
•Author: Jeanne Clark and Watchable Wildlife
•Publisher: Adventure Publications, Inc.; 1st edition (February 2006)
•ISBN: 1-59193-126-6
Beaches, cliffs, forests and wetlands - New Jersey is called the Garden State for good reason, featuring some of the most beautiful and distinct landscapes in the country. Its diverse habitats mean unique wildlife viewing for you! Use the New Jersey Wildlife Viewing Guide on your next exploration of this incomparable state. The book is your key to a world of alluring animals.

Features:
•Detailed descriptions of 104 unique sites and the wildlife you may find at each
•Beautiful photographs of the sites and animals
•Tips for your best chance to see New Jersey's wildlife
•A three-tiered rating system, letting you know which locations are "can't miss"
•Site features, driving directions, contact information and more!

•Publisher: Adventure Publications, Inc.; 2nd edition (September 2010)
•ISBN: 1-59193-240-8
This easy-to-use, insightful guide points the way to 120 sites throughout Minnesota where you can see, enjoy and photograph a wide variety of wildlife in all four seasons. Find great spots for viewing everything from trumpeter swans to grouse, moose to frogs, blue herons to foxes, birds, and more.

•Authors: Carrol L. Henderson and Andrea Lea Lambrecht
•Spiral-bound: 326 pages
•220 Color Photos
•ISBN-13: 978-0964745117
At the biological crossroads of the Americas, Costa Rica hosts an astonishing array of plants and animals - over half a million species! Ecotourists, birders, and biologists come from around the world to immerse themselves in the country's unspoiled rain forests, mountains, and beaches, drawn by the likelihood of seeing more than three or four hundred species of birds and other animals during even a short stay. To help all of these visitors and local residents identify and enjoy the wildlife of Costa Rica, this field guide presents nearly three hundred species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, moths, and other invertebrates.

Carrol Henderson, an experienced wildlife biologist, traveler, and tour leader in Costa Rica, has chosen the species that ecotourists are most likely to see, along with a selection of rarer, sought-after animals. This field guide will be essential for planning and enjoying your time in Costa Rica.

Author: Carrol L. Henderson
Illustrations: Steve Adams
Publisher: University of Texas Press
539 pp.