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Bugs & Slugs: An Introduction to Familiar North American Invertebrates (Pocket Naturalist)by James Kavanagh
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Bugs & Slugs, An Introduction to Familiar North American Invertebrates, is a must-have reference guide for beginners and experts alike. Whether you're on a nature hike or exploring in your neighborhood, you'll want to take along a copy of this indispensable guide. The Pocket Naturalist series is an introduction to common plants and animals and natural phenomena. Each pocket-sized, folding guide highlights up to 150 species and most feature a map identifying prominent sanctuaries and outstanding natural attractions. Each is laminated for durability. (31/2 X 81/4 folded, opens to 22 X 81/4, color illustrations, map)
There are both good and bad bugs from a gardening perspective, but unless you can identify them, you can't determine which is which. Bugs and Slugs is the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide for the nature enthusiast. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar species of insects, spiders and invertebrates. Created and printed in the USA and updated in 2012 with a new cover design, this handy laminated guide is the one to keep in your pocket to answer the question, "What kind of bug is that?"
Perfect for nature enthusiasts, this beautifully illustrated guide provides information on more than 140 species of insects, spiders, and invertebrates. Laminated for durability, this handy pamphlet is a great source of portable information and ideal for field use by novices and experts alike.
About the Author
James Kavanagh has authored over 100 guides that introduce novices to common plants, animals and natural phenomena.
"Environmental education begins when people begin to understand and appreciate the plants and animals in their immediate environment and their relationship to them. This education often begins when people learn the names of species. Just like with humans, a relationship between two individuals begins when they first learn each other's name and grows from there. We hope that by creating products that introduce readers to species, we will begin to facilitate long term relationships that allow people to better comprehend their place in the natural world and understand the urgent need to protect and sustain all species."
James Kavanagh, President
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