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Published in cooperation with Canyonlands Natural History Association, this comprehensive and beautifully illustrated trailside reference describes more than 270 plants and animals plus geology of an area that includes nine national parks and monuments in the Southwest. A Naturalist's Guide to Canyon Countryis the essential tool for exploring the northern Colorado Plateau, that vast province that encompasses eastern Utah, far western Colorado, and sections of northern Arizona and New Mexico. With this fully updated and revised guide in hand, you will gain a sympathetic understanding of the desert ecosystems that make up the region.
David Williams is a freelance writer from Seattle, WA. He has written several books including Cairns: Silent Messengers on the Trail, and Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology. Gloria Brown, a self-employed graphic artist from Monarch, CO. She studied art in San Francisco and Chicago.