b'B ookS/ r eSourCeSWeve done the research so you dont have to - a selection of the best field guides andresources weve found for Texas and bordering regions. #6084 A ttrActingB irds in the $40 Biologist & educator teamed up to write a t exAsh illc ountry practical guidebook on how to impreve habitat W. Rufus Stephens & Wrede for birds 498 pp, softcover#6066 A ttrActingn Ative $30 Learn the value of pollinators, how to create P ollinAtors nest sites and safe foraging areas, to identify The Xerces Society abundant and important bee species, create a pollinator-friendly landscape. 380 pp, softcover#6067 $18 Living in the country and taking care of the A B eginnersh AndBook land involves issues many new landowners forr urAlt exAs have not experienced before. This book helps l Andowners small landowners enjoy their property and be Jim Stanley good stewards of the land. softcover#6076 B ees iny ourB AckyArd $30 Engaging intro to 4,000 different bee species J Wilson, O Messinger Carril found in US. Offers essential tips for telling NeW them apart in the field.#6088 B luestemg rAsses intx $27 Identify native & alien bluestems to determine Clayton, Walsh, Redmon, Shaw whether they fit land management goals. #6072 B rAidings weetgrAss $18 Factual approach of science can be enriched Robin Wall Kimmerer by ancient knowledge of indigenous people.#6058 B ringingn Atureh ome $20 There is a surprisingly important and relatively Douglas W. Tallamy simple step toward reversing the plunge in bio-diversity. 358 pp, softcover#6041 B rush Andw eeds of $25 Pictures and descriptions of the whole plant, t exAsr AngelAnds close-ups of the stem, flower, fruit and leaf all Hart, Rector, Hanselka, make identification easy & fast. 203 pp, soft-Lyons, McGinty cover#6027 B uildingw ithinn Ature $25 To help you decide how to build on your site in Andy & Sally Wasowski a way that best preserves natural landscape.#6063 B utterflyg Ardenening $35 Enjoy responsible beauty that butterflies bring fort exAs to any outdoor space! Includes tips to make Geyata Ajilvsgi your garden caterpillar and butterfly-friendly#6080 c ommonr AngelAnd $45 Field guide and management reference forP lAntsw estc entrAltx 4 million acres in west central TX. Includes George Clendenin 200 plant species with color photos.#6051 c onductingP rescriBed $28 A step-by-step guide for anyone interested in f ires the "nuts and bolts" of implementing a pre-NeW John R. Weir scribed burn. 182 pp#6017 e diBlew ildP lAnts of $17 Walking from Kansas to Colorado with an theP rAirie elder, Kelly learned to find, harvest and pre-Kelly Kindscher pare native wild food plants. 340 pp, softcover#6082 f ieldg uide toc ommon $30 Range maps, color photos & detailed illustra-t exAsg rAsses tions of 172 of the most significant common Hatch, Umphres, Ardoin grasses of Texas 300 pp, hardcover#6037 f lorA ofe Astt exAs $90 1600 species with great descriptions & illustra-Diggs, Lipscomb, Reed,tions for plant ID from I-35 east Tx border. OKennon 1594 pp, hardcover#6030 f lorAn orthc entrAltx $90 Most comprehensive guide to ID native plants, Diggs, Lipscomb, OKennon covering large portions of Tx & Ok. Line draw-ings & color plates. 1626 pp, hardcover#6086 f loweringP lAnts of $85 First complete floristic treatment of all native t rAns -P ecos& A dj AreAs and naturalized flowering plant species known Powell & Worthington to occur in Trans-Pecos 1464 pp, hardcover#6074 g Ardening forB utterflies $25 Create a garden that flutters with life. Join the The Xerces Society effort to conserve butterflies and moths, natures kaleidoscopes with wings.g Ardening withP rAirieP lAnts $30 Ready to make the switch to native, naturally#6029 Andy & Sally Wasowski beautiful, low maintenance? Homeowners & commercial landscapers. 285 pp, softcover#6032 g rAsses oft exAs $43 523 grass species. This ref book serves ranch-Frank W. Gould ers, land managers & naturalists. Ecoregion 92 maps show distribution. 633 pp, softcover'