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A Nature Guide To Northwest North Carolina by Stewart Skeate (Professor of Biology at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, North Carolina) is an in-depth, 215-page, profusely illustrated reference and guide to the flora and fauna to be found in the natural areas of the northwestern counties of North Carolina, and a well-written collective mapping of the landmarks to be found. Introducing the reader to an expertly informed and soundly informative text, A Nature Guide To Northwest North Carolina provides a descriptive summary of Grandfather Mountain, Pisgah National Forest, Roan Mountain, Linville Gorge Wilderness Area, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Mount Jefferson State Park, the New River, and many more interesting places. Inclusive of 260 color plates for animal and plant identification, specific locations highlighted with descriptive details of habitats, trails, directions, and a precise text for each location focusing on the varied habitats of the region, a Nature Guide To Northwest North Carolina is very highly recommended to all campers, visitors, or naturalists visiting the northwestern landscapes of North Carolina.
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