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A beautifully illustrated paperback guide to the trees of the World, Trees: An Illustrated Field Guide is a must-have for any amateur naturalist’s backpack. Learn to recognize trees on sight through their leaf shapes, body shapes, bark, and fruits!
Trees: An Illustrated Field Guide is a compact, beautifully illustrated field guide to 40 of North America’s most common and most charismatic trees, along with 10 best-of-the-best trees from around the world. Inside this charming paperback, you’ll find profiles on individual species, each showcasing a full-page illustration. This book is meant to be slipped into a pocket or backpack for use in the field or in a tree. You’ll get to know your arboreal neighbors’ characteristics and habits and be able to introduce them to your friends and family.
Learn which trees produce which fruits, nuts, and seeds; learn where and under what conditions they like to grow; learn what makes each one special. Discover the wonderful world of North American trees, including:
- Oaks (Quercus genus) - Maples (Acer genus) - Hickories (Carya genus) - The American beech (Fagus grandifolia) - The American Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) - Pines (Pinus genus)
And many, many more! Visually stunning, Trees: An Illustrated Field Guide is an engrossing overview of North America’s remarkable and diverse mushrooms. You’ll find opportunities for discovery on every page.
About the Author
Sina Varshaneh is an experienced arborist with a background in forestry and wilderness conservation. Growing up in the Appalachian mountains founded a deep love for trees and the outdoors. He spends most of his time these days climbing trees and caring for them in the urban environment. When he's not 100 feet up in a tree, he spends most of his time woodworking, camping, and hanging out with his dog. Follow him on Instagram @thepersiandiversion.
My name is Kaja and I was born in a small but charming city of Varaždin, Croatia in 1992. I developed my love towards drawing as a child - my mum used to draw with me for hours which really sparked my interest in illustration early on. What first started as experimentation in different traditional mediums led me to eventually invest in my first graphics tablet that steered my work into the digital realm. Since then I've been working completely digitally but love to add organic textures and brush strokes to my works that I still develop manually. My artistic passion together with my interest in computer technologies led me to get a degree by finishing 'Multimedia, Design and Application' study at University North in Croatia where I oriented towards visual communication. During my college years, I started getting freelance work thanks to which I was able to establish my own Illustration Studio that mainly focuses on illustration, lettering and surface pattern design. Besides doing my dream job, I love to take long walks in nature, explore different historical periods, scroll through old picture books, listen to online concerts and spend time with my dog.