New England Seashore Life Pocket Reference Guide

Waterford Publishing Group, LLC
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Beachcombing and tide-pooling are endlessly fascinating ways of exploring ocean life. Every day is different along the North Atlantic coast of New England, meaning intriguing new discoveries are constantly occurring. Shoreline specialists like sandpipers and plovers as well as near-shore marine animals like gulls, terns, and seals are common inhabitants of the various beaches and rocky shorelines. To get better acquainted with the species you’re most likely to encounter, it helps to have on hand a reliable portable reference. Featuring beautiful illustrations of 140 familiar birds, mammals, seashore creatures, fishes, and plants, this informative guide also includes an ecoregion map showing recommended hotspots and learning sites. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, 12-panel folding pocket guide is a terrific companion for educators, learners, naturalists, beachcombers, and tide-poolers who want to learn more about the life forms that are most commonly seen where North Atlantic waves crash onto the shores of New England’s six states. Made in the USA.