Mendocino Nature

Mendonoma Sightings Throughout the Year Cover Image
By Jeanne A. Jackson, Craig Tooley (Contributor)
ISBN: 9780615950051
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Published: Mendonoma Sightings Publishing - January 31st, 2014

This beautiful book features over 250 color photos from the Mendonoma Coast, the vast majority taken by nature photographer Craig Tooley. Jeanne writes a weekly column, Mendonoma Sightings, in the Independent Coast Observer, which has appeared for more than eight years. This book is a compilation of her work in the Independent Coast Observer.

Redwood Region Flower Finder: A Guide to Identifying Wildflowers of the Coastal Fog Belt of California Cover Image
By Phoebe Watts, Sarah Ellen Watts (Illustrator)
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ISBN: 9780912550251
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Published: Wilderness Press - January 1st, 2002

A new, updated edition of the classic key to identifying wildflowers that grow in the range of the Coast Redwood tree, Sequoia sempervirens, along the coastal fog belt of California. Organized as a dichotomous key, leading the user first to flower families and then to the species. Includes flowers of sunny openings, fields, and streamsides, as well as flowers of the forest floor.

Touching Wings, Touching Wild: True Stories of Rescue and Return to the Wild Cover Image
ISBN: 9780984115334
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Published: Woodlands Wildlife Mendocino - October 1st, 2010

Touching Wings, Touching Wild is both a memoir and wildlife adventure. Ronnie James uses her thirty years experience of wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, and release to take us into a world governed by hunger and hormones, and we emerge with a new set of tools and references for enjoying and building relationships with the wildlife we all encounter.

Plants of the San Francisco Bay Region: Mendocino to Monterey Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780520231733
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Published: University of California Press - May 15th, 2003

Here is the definitive botanical guide to the wetlands, woodlands, coastlines, hills, and valleys of the San Francisco Bay Region.