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Arizona Atlas & Gazetteer

By Delorme Maps 0899333257

Show topographic features, township and range line, and many other features to delight the adventurer or land user. Atlas is great for travel anywhere in Arizona; includes recreation areas, some hiking trail information, campgrounds, national forest roads, AZ hunting units, and Grand Canyon information. Helpful for OHV/4WD use. Scale 1:250,000. 1 in. represents 4 miles. 2010

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Arizona Impressions

By Heath / Randklev 9781560373513

All regions of the state are represented in each stunning season— from snowcapped San Francisco Peak to the sun-baked Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, from ranch scenes near the Blue River to Mission San Xavier del Bac south of Tucson, from close-ups of delicate desert wildflowers to broad panoramics of the Grand Canyon. The artistry of these two prolific photographs offers a fresh perspective on The Grand Canyon State. 80pp, 2005

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Arizona Road & Recreation Atlas

By Benchmark 0929591909

It is a complete recreation guide showing campgrounds, natural areas, forests, parks, golf courses and much more. Detailed recreation maps for Phoenix, Tucson and the Grand Canyon. Highways, roads, cities, towns and even ghost towns! Landscape maps show the varied topography of the Grand Canyon State while public lands maps show lands managed by the different public lands agencies. Atlas is helpful for hunting, scenic driving, OHV/4WD use, backcountry road travel, and visiting Tucson or Phoenix. 2014

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Best Easy Day Hikes Tucson

By Bruce Grubbs 9780762752508

Best Easy Day Hikes Tucson includes concise descriptions of the best short hikes in the area, with detailed maps of the routes. The 20 hikes in this guide are generally short, easy to follow, and guaranteed to please. 96pp, 2009

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Birds of Arizona Field Guide

By Stan Tekiela 1591930154

Make bird identification easier, more informative and productive. This book contains 145 species of only Arizona birds, easy to use color guide, range maps showing where in Arizona you will find the birds, and full page photos with corresponding full page descriptions.

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Birds of Southeast Arizona Quick Guide

By Greg R. Homel 1936913060

Birds of Southeast Arizona is a quick and easy to use, light-weight, durable, all-weather field guide to the incredibly varied birdlife inhabiting what is perhaps the best inland birding area in the United States: Southeastern Arizona (which includes its saguaro and ocotillo-clad Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts, its rugged canyons and lofty pine and oak-studded “sky islands,” riparian San Pedro River and grassy Sulphur Springs valleys)! Stunning digital photographs of 130 species of common and notable birds, will enable users to identify nearly every commonly-occurring and regional bird specialty they encounter—day or night—in an area spanning parts of four Southern Arizona Counties—from Casa Grande and Sells in the west, eastward to the New Mexico State line, then south to the Mexican Border and all points between.

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Birds of Southeastern Arizona

By Richard Cachor Taylor 964081079

Birds of Southeastern Arizona is an identification guide for the birds that live in, or migrate through, Pima, Santa Cruz, and Cochise Counties, as well as southern Maricopa, Pinal, Graham, and Greenlee Counties, an area of approximately 25,000 square miles.

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Butterflies of Southeast Arizona Quick Guide

By Jim Brock 1936913985

Butterflies of Southeast Arizona: Southeast Arizona region is considered one of the best butterfly watching areas in the U.S. Butterflies of Southeast Arizona—including both Saguaro and Organ Pipe National Parks—beautifully illustrates 84 species of butterflies and all of the corresponding caterpillar forms found in Southeast Arizona. This pocket-sized guide features color photos in a side-by-side format that makes it ideal for field use. Included along with most of the more common species are several of the most unique species of the region. Common and scientific names, adult size, season when they can be found, and their caterpillar host plants are listed. Nature enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy using this marvelous guide.

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Falcon Field Guide: Birds of Arizona

By Todd Telander 762774166

Each Falcon Field Guide to birds introduces the 180 most common and sought-after species in a state. Conveniently sized to fit in your pocket and featuring full-color, detailed illustrations, these informative guides make it easy to identify birds in a backyard, favorite parks, and wildlife areas. Each bird is accompanied by a detailed listing of its prominent attributes and a color illustration showing its important features. Birds are organized in taxonomic order, keeping families of birds together for easy identification. This is the essential source for the field, both informative and beautiful to peruse.

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Flowers Of The Southwest Deserts

By Natt N. Dodge 0911408657

Detailed drawings and thoroughly presented information combine to make this guide to common floral species an invaluable trailside companion. Flowers are color-coded for easy identification. 1988.

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Gem Trails of Arizona

By James R. Mitchell 9781889786148

Detailed text describes where to go and what to look for at each collecting area. Maps for each site lead the rockhound to an almost limitless supply of specimens. Black and white photographs picture the collecting areas. Color photographs highlight beautiful specimens. A new glossary makes it easier to locate that special specimen for your collection. 224pp, 2001

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Gila Bend AZ - Surface Management Map

By Bureau of Land Management 100GILABEND

Differentiates between public and private land, and also among the various agencies who manage the public lands. Explore the scenic Sonoran Desert National Monument and nearby wilderness areas. A large portion of the map covers military land. Map is useful for AZ Hunting Units 39, 40A, and 40B. Scale 1:100,000 (roughly 3/4 inch = i mile). 2006

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Grand Canyon Cookbook

By Bruce & Bobbi Fisher 1885590202

A collection of recipes from rangers, hikers and other Grand Canyon chefs. Featuring high energy trail foods, soothing hot drinks, and great Southwestern style dishes. 95 pages, spiral bound, 2007

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Grand Canyon River Guide

By Buzz Belknap 9780916370169

The definitive river runner's guide to Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. This map and guide is suitable for white water rafting, floating, kayaking, and fishing in the river. Includes detailed maps of 350 miles of the Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Hoover Dam. Also includes history, geology and natural history of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. 120 pp, 2012.

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Grand Canyon Trail Guide Havasu

By Thybony, Scott GCAHAVASU

Pocket-sized trail guide to the sights, history, and water holes of the remote Havasu trail. 10 miles one way backpacking from the trailhead to Havasu Campground. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2010

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Grand Canyon Trail Guide North Kaibab

By Editor GCANKAIBAB

Pocket-sized trail guide to the sights, history, and water holes of the north Kaibab trail. Hiking and backpacking on the trail. It is 6.8 miles to Cottonwood Camp and 14.2 mile to the Colorado River. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2005

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Grand Canyon Trail Guide South and North Bass

By Editor GCASNBASS

For day hikers and backpackers who know where they want to go in Grand Canyon National Park. This pocket-sized trail guide leads you to the sights, history, and water holes of the South and North Bass trails. Includes Grand Canyon-specific safety and hiking tips. 2009

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Grand Canyon Trivia Trek

By Flood Hefley 9781555664305

The Grand Canyon is host to a wealth of natural and human history. Flood Hefley mines this mother load turning up a fortune of fascinating facts, together with historic and personal photographs, to enrich your experience. In this book you'll read about: Colorado River runners, Native Americans and pioneers, bridges and dams, trails and routes, mining in the canyon, trails and routes, historic camps and campgrounds, historic Grand Canyon figures, and much more. 2012, 184pp

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Grandparents Arizona Style: Places to Go & Wisdom to Share

By Mike Link, Kate Crowley 9781591932703

Take an active role in your grandchild's life. Show him the best of Arizona. Teach her the valuable lessons you've learned over the years. Grandparents Arizona Style is filled with insights and advice. It features more than 60 Arizona attractions and activities, as well as tips for making each stop a bonding experience. 140pp, 2010

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Great Southwest Roadtrips

By American Park Network AZ-NM01

Great Southwest Road Trips features the BLM-managed public lands in Arizona and New Mexico plus many other attractions. Great resource for planning trips. Map included. 56 pages, 2014-15 American Park Network | Item # AZ-NM01

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