The Sonoran Desert Is One Of The Most Wildly Diverse And Fascinating Regions In The World Covering Southeastern California, The Southern Half Of Arizona, Most Of Baja California, And Much Of The State Of Sonora, Mexico, This Vast Area Is Home To An Amazing Variety Of Plants And Animals Its Terrain Varies Dramatically, From Parched Desert Lowlands To Semiarid Tropical Forests And Frigid Subalpine Meadows A Natural History Of The Sonoran Desert Provides The Most Complete Collection Of Sonoran Desert Natural History Information Ever Compiled And Is A Perfect Introduction To This Biologically Rich Desert Of North AmericaThe Authors Experts In Many Fields Begin With A General Look At The Region S Geology, Paleoecology, Climate, Human Ecology, And Biodiversity The Book Then Looks In Depth At Hundreds Of Plants, Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Native Fishes, And Invertebrates That Live In The Northern Part Of The Sonoran Desert Throughout, The Text Is Supplemented With Anecdotes, Essays, Color And Black And White Photographs, Maps, Diagrams, And Finely Rendered Drawings This Comprehensive, Accessible Natural History Is Written For Nonscientists And Will Surely Become An Invaluable Companion For Nature Enthusiasts, Birdwatchers, Hikers, Students, And Anyone Interested In The Desert Southwest A Copublication With The Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
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- 628 pages
- A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert
- Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
- 24 July 2019 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum