Wild Berries of the Northwest
Alaska, Western Canada and the Northwestern States
J. Duane Sept
Learn about nearly 100 species of the berries and other fruits that grow in the wild in the varied habitats of the Pacific Northwest. Learn to distinguish the delicious ones from the edible but not desirable ones, and learn to avoid the poisonous ones entirely. Most species are photographed in color, with more than 160 photographs which show both the flowers and the ripe fruit guides for identification. This book is recommended for foragers, berry lovers, naturalists, adventurous chefs, hikers, and anyone who loves the outdoors.
96 pages, 5.5" x 8.5", 170 color photographs, 2005.
ISBN 978-0-9739819-3-3 paperback