Yellowstone: A Visitor's Companion (National Park Visitor's Companions)

Yellowstone: A Visitor's Companion (National Park Visitor's Companions)
By George Wuerthner

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  • What visitors need to know about Yellowstone
  • Breathtaking full-color photographs
  • Field guide to the park's plants and animals

    This comprehensive handbook covers all aspects of Yellowstone National Park, from grizzlies to geysers. Readers will find fascinating accounts of Yellowstone's formation as well as expanations of today's troubling environmental issues, such as wildlife management, fires, and conservation.

    Yellowstone gives detailed descriptions for more than 20 fish, 70 birds, and 70 mammals found in the jpark, as well as information about the surrounding nationa parks and forests.

  • Product Details

    • Amazon Sales Rank: #1774702 in Books
    • Brand: Brand: Stackpole Books
    • Published on: 1992-02-01
    • Original language: English
    • Number of items: 1
    • Dimensions: 9.08" h x .70" w x 6.03" l, .79 pounds
    • Binding: Paperback
    • 240 pages


    • Used Book in Good Condition

    Editorial Reviews

    From the Back Cover
    The comprehensive guide to one of America's most beloved national parks and the surrounding region.

    About the Author
    George Wuerthner has written more than 20 books, including other National Parks Visitor's Companions. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.

    Customer Reviews

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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
    4OK for Reference - Not Good on the Road
    By Jay Sanderson
    This is a great guide, but is not recommended for reading while riding or driving. It is better used as a reference or field guide, though there are not a lot of accurate pictures within the description of the flora and fauna of the Yellowstone eco-system. The book also goes outside of the actual park boundaries and deals with all of the history, environmental, ecological, wildlife, and plant aspects of the eco-system of the part, which extends to areas outside of the park. The book contains no maps or reference information on where to find particular aspects of the park, so you will need to refer to warnings on maps and trails if you venture into the park interior and off of the road.

    0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
    5Five Stars
    By fs
    Nice Helpful Book

    3 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
    3book review
    By R. Showalter
    Transaction was smooth. Seller's cool. Book was recommended reading for future trip I'm taking. I've read parts of it & scanned most of it. I'd give it a C. It's okay, but I probably wouldn't buy again, knowing what I know now.

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