National Audubon Society Field Guide by Alfred A. Knopf
If that unyielding pull to nature ever makes you question why you don't live in the forest, you should start carrying around an Alfred A. Knopf National Audubon Society Field Guide. Each book is an ultimate nature reference ranging from butterflies, mammals, the night sky, weather, and wildflowers, which is just about all you need to quit your desk job and head out to the mountains. The binding is made from durable vinyl for extended use, and each field guide features brilliant full-color pictures that are arranged for quick access. And if you're ever worried about the usefulness of the guide, rest assured that Alfred A. Knopf has the most reliable information that was inspired from that drive to be in nature.
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