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recommended reading
books
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Plants and Animals of the Pacific Northwest, by Eugene N. Kozloff, 1976.
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The Natural History of Puget Sound Country, by Arthur R. Kruckeberg, 1991.
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Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast, by Pojar and Mackinnon, 1994.
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Trees, Shrubs & Flowers to Know in British Columbia & Washington, by Lyons and Merilees, 1995.
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Amphibians of Washington and Oregon, by Leonard, et. al., 1993.
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Birds of Seattle and Puget Sound, by Chris C. Fisher, 1996.
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The Botany Coloring Book, by Paul Young, 1981.
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Avondale, by Ethel Provan Hebner, published by Ostheller in 1966, available in King County Libraries.
A history of the Woodinville/Redmond area.
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Salmon of the Pacific, by Adam Lewis, Sasquatch Books, 1994.
Wonderful pictures and stories of the salmon we see every autumn.
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Edge of the Earth-Corner of the Sky, by Art Wolfe, Wildlands Press, 2003.
This is a beautiful photography book with a conservation message.
No Impact Man by Colin Beavan, 2009.
One families attempt to live for one year without impacting the environment. It is funny, non-preachy and thought provoking.
The Wild Trees by Richard Preston, 2007.
A wonder book about the California Redwoods. Learn about the biologists who climb them and discovered an entirely new ecosystem in the crowns of this tallest trees in the world..
 
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