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The Plants of the Appalachian Trail A Hiker's Guide to 398 Species

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide Coming Soon
By: Kristen Wickert(Author)
288 pages, 400 colour photos
Publisher: Timber Press
The Plants of the Appalachian Trail
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The Appalachian Trail is a hiking trail in the Eastern United States, extending almost 2,200 miles through 14 states. You can identify an amazing range of plants along the Trail with this guide to flowers, trees, and other vegetation you could experience on your next nature hike.

Quickly find, identify, and learn about the amazing range of plants and fungi growing along the Appalachian Trail. It’s easy with this guide, organized by type, colour, and trail section. With hundreds of colour photos and lively, accessible descriptions, there’s so much you can learn. Keep an eye out for flame azaleas, violet coral fungi, pink lady slipper orchids, and oak trees that are hundreds of years old.
 
Whether you’re enjoying a day hike, exploring with your family, or setting out on the trek of a lifetime, you’ll forge a deeper connection with nature through the beautiful plants on display mile after mile.

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Biography

Dr Kristen Wickert is a natural resources scientist who enjoys a day hike as much as a backpacking trip that lasts for months. Her passion for understanding the forest and its inhabitants began during her childhood, spent roughly a mile from the Appalachian Trail. It evolved to a professional level with her bachelor of forest science from Penn State, her master's and doctorate in forest plant pathology from West Virginia University, and her later work as an entomologist and plant pathologist. Through her Instagram account, she shares a core message: Each of us can care for the ecosystem by providing habitats for native flora, fungi, and fauna in our own backyards.

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide Coming Soon
By: Kristen Wickert(Author)
288 pages, 400 colour photos
Publisher: Timber Press
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