Books and maps tagged “oregon”
Front side is a beautiful full-color map of the entire state of Oregon. The back side features an Oregon Travel Guide by William L. Sullivan, with a concise summary of ten regions.
This book provides in depth information about the 65 conifer species that occur in the three Pacific Coast states and beyond, color photos, accurate and updated range maps for each species, plus an elaborate key to aid with identification.
Alison Gardner and Merry Winslow have created the most comprehensive collection of wild mushroom recipes ever assembled. Full of ideas that you can also apply to store-bought mushrooms, this book will stimulate your imagination and guide your creativity.
This book truly appeals to all West Coast tide pool and aquarium visitors. With excellent color photos, space for notes, and b&w photos designed to be colored in, this interactive book makes learning fun.
Covers 69 backyard bird species, including descriptions, size, range, seasonal occurrence, and multiple illustrations.
Guide covers 56 mammals, both large and small, found in the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Northwest. It includes bats, moles, rabbits, as well as the large mammals of the region.
This easy-to-use handbook helps you identify many of the species found in the region. Crisp, colorful photographs illustrate 130 species of the mushrooms that seem to pop up all around us.
This superb book is an innovative natural history and hiking guide that uses conifers as a lens to explore the astounding plant diversity in the Klamath Mountains. Author/publisher Michael Kauffmann introduces readers to the magic of this little known botanical wonderland.
Covers 53 waterbirds: shorebirds, gulls, terns, wading birds, ducks, geese, swans, loons, and more. Each entry includes descriptive caption, size, range, seasonal occurrence, and illustrations.
This informative guide covers the traditional healing uses and modern pharmacological data on 115 native plants found in California and the West. While western plants have been used in healing for thousands of years, this book carefully explains the uses of each plant for healing and the spiritual dimension of that healing process. The Fourth Edition is written by two Chumash healers and a professor of pharmacology. This book is like no other, presenting the spiritual dimension of healing as a necessary part of the healing process.
Learn about 66 edible and/or medicinal plants growing wild in the Northwest. The region's wild plants have been used for thousands of years. Many roots, flowers, leaves and stems can be eaten raw or cooked, and some plants can even be made into beer.
This informative guide features stunning photography and fascinating text, covering over 230 species of wildflowers inhabiting the Pacific Northwest.
Informative guide covers all the lighthouses in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. Directory includes official name, alternate names, year of first lighting, location, and latitude/longitude.
Vivid illustrations, lively text, hidden picture challenges, and layers of natural history make this a book that parents, teachers and children will enjoy.
Covers 48 of the most common native and introduced tree species, including descriptions, size, range, and illustrations of bark, leaves, blossoms, and fruits and berries.
Covers 39 species of sharks—both common and rare—found both inshore and offshore, plus 24 species of electric rays, stingrays, skates, and guitarfishes.
Learn about nearly 100 species of the berries and other fruits that grow in the wild in the varied habitats of the Pacific Northwest. More than 160 photographs show both the flowers and the ripe fruit.
Oregon & Washington Coast Map
Including SW British Columbia + City Maps +
Local Areas of Interest
One side says Oregon and Washington Coast, flip side says Washington and Oregon Coast to keep both states happy!
Describes in detail the five sea turtles that inhabit the Pacific: Loggerhead, Leatherback, Hawksbill, Green, and Olive Ridley.
This handsome picture book, written and illustrated by two dipper researchers, introduces readers to these charming birds and their watery world. Here you will discover what dippers eat and how they get it, where and how they nest, where they go in winter, and much more.
The best singletrack trails in Northwest and Central Oregon are detailed in this comprehensive guide, organized by region and ability level.
Detailed map of the entire state has clear, easy-to-read type.
Includes illustrations and concise descriptions of the common plants, invertebrates, fishes, and birds found from splash zone to the subtotal zone in tidepools from the Oregon border north to British Columbia.
Covers 54 species commonly found in lakes, streams, and rivers: game fish, panfish, and bait species. With edibility index and preferred bait.
Covers 56 species— both common and rare—found inshore, nearshore, and offshore waters off the coast of California from the California/Oregon border up to and including British Columbia.
Covers 53 species, both common and rare, found along the Pacific Coast of North America. Includes migratory and year-round residents, loons, auklets, cormorants, shearwaters, storm-petrels, gulls, terns, and more.
Trees of the Pacific Northwest: Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Washington, & Oregon: A Guide to Common Native Species
Learn about 40 of the most common native species found in the Pacific Northwest. By using photographs along with short, detailed descriptions you will learn about these trees.
Covers 62 Species, both common and exotic: swallowtails, buckeyes, sulphur, hairstreaks and more. With species found in woodlands, fields & scrub, wetlands & swamps and inhabited areas.
Covers 46 waterbirds: dabbling ducks, diving ducks, geese, plus swan and other domestic waterfowl.
One side covers From San Francisco Bay area and Sacramento north to Garberville, other side continues north to Port Orford, Oregon and Grants Pass area. Descriptive text covers 49 highlights, with 15 color photos.
Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest
Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Washington, & Oregon: A Guide to Common Edible & Poisonous Species
Covers 55 common mushrooms, 43 edible and 12 poisonous or not edible. Six illustrations and text explain mushroom identification and cautions.
Covers 28 raptors: hawks, falcons, eagles, vultures, and kites. Each entry includes descriptive caption, size, range map, seasonal occurrence, and multiple illustrations.
Handsome guide covers every standing lighthouse in all 50 states, located on 15 detailed maps.
This detailed and witty guide offers a wealth of spectacular mountain bike trails along the Pacific Coast from Santa Barbara to British Columbia.
Descriptions of Humpback, Fin, Gray, Killer, Blue, and Minke Whales. Other nearshore species included: Sea Lions, Sea Otter, and the Harbor Seal.
A companion souvenir to the larger book.Twenty stunning images plus a short introductory essay.