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Seashells of New England A Beachcomber's Guide

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Sandy Allison(Author), David Scheirer(Illustrator)
122 pages, 70 colour illustrations
Seashells of New England
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Identify just about any seashell found on New England beaches, from southern Connecticut to northern Maine. Beautiful illustrations and straightforward descriptive text help readers identify 70 different seashells, and learn a little bit about them – most likely anything a reader wants to identify will be included, without a lot of "extra" species. Expert information offered in an appealing format for beachcombers, amateur naturalists, and anyone else who loves the beach. Includes advice on how and where to find great shells.

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David Scheirer specializes in natural history subjects and has shown in juried exhibitions throughout the Northeast, including a solo show as part of Maine Audubon's Project Puffin, in Rockport. He sells his artwork through his websites. He lives near Frederick, Maryland.

Field / Identification Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Sandy Allison(Author), David Scheirer(Illustrator)
122 pages, 70 colour illustrations
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