New Releases! What Birds Eat & Olympic Mountains Trail Guide

Two new books are available today! What Birds Eat by Kim Long and the 4th edition of our popular Olympic Mountains Trail Guide by Robert Wood.
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September 15, 2020

Get to know nature two new ways with the Olympic Mountains Trail Guide and What Birds Eat! If you're planning on exploring the gorgeous Olympics our brand new 4th edition of the Olympic Mountains Trail Guide provides the most up-to-date information you need to hit the trails. Get a closer look at bird physiology, eating habits, and more with Kim Long's What Birds Eat

Olympic Mountains Trail Guide - 4th Edition

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Originally written by Robert L. Wood more than 35 years ago, this is our fourth edition of this popular trail guide. Updated by William E. Hoke and Volunteers from the Penninsula Wilderness Club, this edition includes every new trailhead or rerouted path and 30 all-new trails (bringing the total number of hikes to 206 within Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest). Every trail has been rehiked and fact-checked, making this the most comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date guide to the Olympics. 

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What Birds Eat by Kim Long

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What Birds Eat: How to Preserve the Natural Diet and Behaviour of North American Birds explains bird physiology and natural diets, including detailed profiles of their food references and illustrated "menus." The book also explores the senses birds depend on - sight, sound, odor, taste, and touch - and their food ingestion. It's a gorgeous full-color book packed with exciting photos, diagrams, illustrations, and interesting facts. 

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