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Southern Arizona Nature Almanac
by Roseann Beggy Hanson and Jonathan Hanson
University of Arizona Press, 2003
eISBN: 978-0-8165-3332-9 | Paper: 978-0-8165-2305-4
Library of Congress Classification QH105.A65H36 2003
Dewey Decimal Classification 508.791

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Southern Arizona is a not only a world-class travel destination, it's also a region with so many natural attractions that even its residents never run out of places to explore. The Southern Arizona Nature Almanac reveals the incredible diversity of the desert Southwest by highlighting its most compelling features and natural phenomena for each month of the year: blooming plants, wildlife activity, places to visit, weather, and prominent constellations. From migratory birds to snakes to insects, the almanac will show you what to expect in the sky or under your feet, no matter what season you venture out.

In addition to original illustrations by Jonathan Hanson, the guide includes photos and weather charts. Handy appendixes include lists of birds, mammals, reptiles, butterflies, and a desert plants "blooming calendar." Accessible to the fledgling naturalist and detailed enough for the natural scientist, the Southern Arizona Nature Almanac is a definitive resource guide to the natural wonders of this fascinating land.

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