By: Stephen R Jones and Ruth Carol Cushman
256 pages, 28 b/w photos, 25 illus
In the Colorado Nature Almanac you'll read about bugling elk, hibernating bears, thermal-riding raptors, night-migrating songbirds, blooming wildflowers, cottonwood catkin, booming prairie chickens, timid tarantulas, and much, much more. From shortgrass prairie to pine woodlands to treeless tundra, anyone who treasures Colorado's natural world will call this book 'companion' and will not venture far without it: Comprehensive, state-wide Where-to-Go Directory; helpful, region-specific locator maps; Seasonal descriptions of Colorado ecosystems; State-wide blooming Charts; Bird arrival times and migration patterns; Amusing facts about mammals, birds, insects, plants, and landscapes; Full moon, meteor shower, and eclipse dates; Sunrise/sunset times; Compelling photographs, delightful illustrations.
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