Enjoy learning to identify organisms of the rocky reefs and tide pools of the Pacific coast--from Alaska to Baja, California--with this guide from authors Ron Russo and Pam Olhausen. With this handy, easy-to-use book, you'll be able to identify a wide variety of intertidal life in no time. And its small size makes it just right for fitting into your pocket or pack when you go for a walk along the coast.
- Illustrations with line drawings
- Information to help readers identify various life forms of the intertidal zone along the Pacific coastline
- In-depth discussion about this specific, unique environment and its creatures
- 3.8" L x 5.7" W
- 64 pages
Ron Russo retired as the chief naturalist of the East Bay Regional Park District in 2003 and is the author of several field guides, including Pacific Coast Mammals and Mountain State Mammals. He continues his writing and research, discovering several new species of plant galls each year. He lives in Mt. Shasta, California. Pam Olhausen is also the author of Pacific Coast Mammals. She lives in Sedona, Arizona.
Since we both love Nudibranchs and their ocean home, my orders are shipped to you using plastic-free, recycle-able materials from Edmonds, WA. Please reuse the materials you get or recycle them! Thank you :)