A land of contrasts, Arizona’s diverse landscape encompasses habitats ranging from the subalpine meadows of the San Francisco Peaks, to sun-baked deserts, to the mile-deep recesses of the world’s greatest canyon. Native species include more than 475 birds, 130 mammals, 90 reptiles, 20 amphibians, 80 fishes and thousands of trees, shrubs and wildflowers. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights more than 300 common and unique plants and animals and 100 of the state’s outstanding natural attractions. It is an indispensible single reference for amateur naturalists, students and tourists alike.
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