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National Geographic Guides to America's Outdoors: Southern Rockies

Wildlife Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: G Ferguson, J Clayton and MB Keilty
288 pages, 150 col photos, 25 maps
National Geographic Guides to America's Outdoors: Southern Rockies
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National Geographic Guide to America's Outdoors Southern Rockies Colorado Utah With Northern Arizona, northern New Mexico, and southwestern Wyoming In this practical, informative, richly illustrated guide, National Geographic takes you to the best nature sites in the southern Rockies and tells you what you need to know -- about the landscape, plants, animals, activities, and recreation -- to experience them fully. Over 55 major sites, plus numerous smaller ones, grouped by bioregion, including national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges; state parks; conservation areas and preserves; and wild and scenic rivers. Guided hikes and rivers Suggestions of where to hike, bike, camp, white-water raft, fish see wildlife, and more. Extensive resource listing 150 vivid color photos and 21 detailed, full-color maps.

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Wildlife Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: G Ferguson, J Clayton and MB Keilty
288 pages, 150 col photos, 25 maps
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