By: Russell D Butcher (Author)
248 pages, illustrations
The 42,000 acres that comprise Acadia National Park include glacier-worn granite mountains, rocky cliffs, crystal blue ponds and lakes, and a dramatic coastline where waves collide spectacularly with dramatic headlands. Field Guide to Acadia National Park describes the flora, fauna, and geology of the park, as well as a number of the prominent trails that take you in and around some of the most charming scenery in North America.
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Russell D. Butcher is the author of America's National Wildlife Refuges: A Complete Guide, Exploring Our National Parks and Monuments, and Exploring Our National Historic Parks and Sites. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.
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