Eagle Cap Wilderness Plant Guide

Eagle Cap Wilderness Plant Guide

Eagle Cap Wilderness Plant Guide

Eagle Cap Wilderness Plant Guide


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The Eagle Cap Wilderness area, located in the Wallowa Mountains of northeastern Oregon, consists of 360,000 acres filled with amazing landscapes, natural beauty, and a dazzling array of plants and wildflowers. The Eagle Cap Wilderness Plant Guide is a colorful, comprehensive, and well-organized guide to help visitors learn about and identify (by family, species, and common name) the plants they see as they enjoy the extensive trail system in the area.

Co-developed by Ed and Mary Teel, a plant expert and photographer husband-wife team familiar with the area, this guide is all you need to take with you on the trail to identify and enjoy the diverse plant life in the stunningly beautiful Eagle Cap Wilderness area.

Ed and Mary hope to see you on the trail.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781525598685
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 05/03/2021
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Ed and Mary Teel live in Wallowa, Oregon with their cat Smuggie. Blessed to live nearby the incredible Eagle Cap Wilderness Area, they have done extensive hiking through the area over the last ten years. During this time, they began documenting the plants that they encountered. They both have an interest in plants. Ed's background is in plant science, and he's done various plant surveys while working for federal government agencies. The information presented in this guide is based on his field experience and literature reviews. Mary, the photographer, is responsible for these stunning plant photos.

After working for so long on their personal passion project, Ed and Mary realized they had created something that could also be enjoyed by others. As such, they are delighted to share their Eagle Cap Wilderness Plant Guide with other nature and plant lovers.
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