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A Guide To Treasure In New Mexico
By Thomas Penfield 0941620247
What are you WAITING for?!? Here`s the scoop--there`s the treasue. Get out there!! 109 pages.
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Off The Beaten Path: New Mexico
By Todd R. Staats 0762701013
We all know about Santa Fe, and most of us are familiar with Taos. Albuquerque is a given, so where else to go for enchantment? Set a trend: use this book to find out. Revised third edition, 1997, 195 pp.
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2010 Map: National Landscape Conservation System
By NGS/BLM NLCS-2010
Beautiful, bilingual (English/Spanish)full-color map of BLM`s National Landscape Conservation System. Shows BLM`s national monuments, wild & scenic rivers, wilderness and wilderness study areas, national conservation areas, national historic and scenic trails. 2010
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100 Roadside Wildflowers
By Western National Parks Association 911408738
In the Southwest, a parade of flowers can surprise you with their astonishing color and quantity. Blooms of red, yellow, pink, purple, and orange populate the woodlands. This book focuses on species you're most likely to see and helps you quickly identify them.
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By Stan Tekiela 1591932467
Professional naturalist and wildlife photographer Stan Tekiela spent more than ten years traveling across the country to observe and photograph the hummingbird's various species. He documented every aspect of the hummingbird's life, resulting in an incomparable collection of images and insight - compiled here in one unforgettable book. Compelling photographs and descriptions present the lives of these enchanting backyard birds as you've never seen before.
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Mountain Trees of Southern Arizona
By Frank S. Rose 9781886679474
A unique guide to our amazing native trees, this book features common and notable trees growing at 4,500 feet or more in the Sky Islands of southern Arizona. Unlike field guides of the past, it uses the same approach as Frank Rose's heralded Mountain Wildflowers of Southern Arizona, providing not only a large image of each tree, but several smaller images of their components--such as bark, fruit, flowers or cones in various stages of development, as well as occasional photos of animals that find resources in those trees.
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Natural History of the Santa Catalina Mountains AZ
By Richard C. Brusca and Wendy Moore 1886679481
This watershed book takes us behind the picture-postcard views and into the landscape, where we can understand, appreciate, and enjoy the natural history of the spectacular Santa Catalina Mountains.
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Our Wilderness; America's Common Ground
By Doug Scott 9781555916411
This photographic tribute and primer examines what wilderness really means to individual Americans and why we should remain vigilant in our protection of these lands. Our Wilderness reminds us why these areas are truly America's common ground.
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Rio Grande del Norte: An Intimate Portrait
By Geraint Smith 971865860
160 pages of full color images from the Upper Rio Grande region of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. 2014
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Who Lives in the Snow?
By Jennifer Berry Jones 1570984440
On the surface, the snow looks quiet and serene. But beneath its white expanse, unsociable shrews go hunting, voles tunnel to the surface, and chipmunks awaken to nibble on seeds. Through scientifically accurate text and lifelike illustrations, this book introduces young readers to the unseen life in the world of winter. Ages 4-8
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Ancient Ruins of the Southwest: An Archaeological Guide
By David Grant Noble 9780873587242
This third edition of David Grant Noble's indispensable guide to archaeological ruins of the American Southwest includes updated text and thirteen newly opened archaeological sites. From Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument in Texas to the Zuni-Acoma Trail in New Mexico, reader will be provided with old-time favorites and new treasures. In addition to descriptions of each site, Noble provides time-saving tips for the traveler, citing major highways, nearby towns and the facilities they offer, campgrounds, and other helpful information. Filled with photos of ruins, petroglyphs, and artifacts, as well as maps, this is a guide every traveler needs when they are exploring the Southwest. 160pp, 2000
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Ancient Southwest: Chaco Canyon, Bandelier, and Mesa Verde
By David Stuart 9780826346384
Over twenty-five years ago, David Stuart began writing award-winning newspaper articles on regional archaeology that appealed to general readers. These columns shared interesting, and usually little-known, facts and stories about the ancient people and places of the Southwest. By 1985, Stuart had penned enough columns to fill a book, Glimpses of the Ancient Southwest, which has been unavailable for years. Now he has rewritten most of his original articles to include recently discovered information about Chaco Canyon, Bandelier, and Mesa Verde. 152pp, 2009
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Great Houses of Chaco
By John Martin Campbell 826342485
In The Great Houses of Chaco, Jack Campbell's elegant black and white photos explore the intricate structures that have come to define Chaco. David Stuart and Thomas Windes provide essays that place the photographs into historic contexts, and Katherine Kallestad has written captions that explain the images themselves. Together, they detail Chacoan culture and the magnificent ruins that are the primary source of our knowledge about the ancestral people of this region.
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History Of The Southwest
By Thomas E. Sheridan 1-877856-76-2
As you`d expect from those wonderful folks at the Western National Parks Association, this overview of the many cultures and fascinating individuals who shaped Arizona and New Mexico is filled to the brim with superb illustrations. Lovely to look at, delightful to read. 1998, 80 pp.
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Indian Arts of the Southwest
By Susanne Page, Jake Page 9781933855172
Southwestern Native Americans are renowned for their commitment to excellence in artistry and craftsmanship. This equally excellent book offers clear, expert, concise guidance to the gorgeous array of objects created by the native peoples of Arizona and New Mexico. 144pp, 2009
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Pecos National Historical Park
By Sarah Gustafson 1877856703
Indians, conquistadors, traders, Civil War battles, and park rangers! Find it all in Pecos, New Mexico. 1997, 15 pp.
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Petroglyphs of the Southwest; A Puebloan Perspective
By Conroy Chino 9781583691403
A brief and well illustrated pocket guide to the petroglyphs of the Four Corners Region. 2012
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Rock Art of The Southwest
By Liz & Peter Welsh 899972586
This extremely useful and important book provides the perfect introduction to rock-art in the American Southwest. Most importantly, this guide book prepares the visitor of rock-art sites better than any other rock-art guide book, and it is the information it provides is applicable to any rock-art sites in the world. 2000
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Salinas Pueblo Missions: Abo, Quarai and Gran Quivira
By Dan Murphy 9780911408980
Learn about the remarkable human story of the Estancia Basin of New Mexico and the tragic drama that unfolded in the seventeenth century, when the expanding empire of Spain reached these peaceful Indian towns.
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Wild Plants of the Pueblo Province: exploring ancient and enduring uses
By William W. Dunmire, Gail D. Tierney 9780890132722
Plant biologist and former US Park Service ecologist Dunmire and botanist/anthropologist Tierney have written a book that combines a high degree of scholarship with a delightfully accessible trail-guide approach to the traditional uses of wild plants in the Pueblo world. 305pp, 1995
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