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Trees of Michigan Field Guide

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2004

    Highly recommended

    Excellent book for identifying trees. It has full page photos with leaves, seed and bark information and a small section of interesting facts. Indexing by leaf types makes it easy to use. I was thrilled with it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 13, 2009

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    Fall into this handy guide to leaves.

    Trees of Michigan Field Guide Michigan is a great state for leaf-peepers because of its abundance of trees and lovely vistas. Especially at this time of year, nature mapping enthusiasts are on the road mapping out the fall color tours.



    Stan Tekiela's "Trees of Michigan" is a concise and handy field guide to more than 100 of the most common trees in the state. The book includes color photos of tree leaves, barks, flowers, and fruits. Its well organized easy to follow giving readers the information ranging from family to habitat to fall color, includes the author's helpful notes, and is small enough to carry with you.



    This little field guide is a must for student projects, fall color tourist, or anyone who just wants to learn more about Michigan trees.

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