Cascadia Revealed by Daniel Mathews
“A love poem to the living things that inhabit the mountains and rivers of Washington, coastal Oregon, and southwestern British Columbia.” —Saul Weisberg, executive director, North Cascades Institute
More than just a field guide, Cascadia Revealed is the essential trailside reference for naturalists, hikers, and campers. With engaging prose and precise science, Dan Mathews brings the mountains alive with stories of their formation and profiles of the plants, animals, and people that live there. This is the perfect overview to help you discover the wonders of the region.
- Covers the Coast and Cascade Ranges, the Olympic Mountains, the Ranges of Vancouver Island, and the Coast Mountains of southwestern British Columbia
- Describes more than 950 species of plants and animals
- User-friendly, color-coded layout, with helpful keys for easy identification
Paperback | 584 Pages | Non-Fiction
About the Author
Daniel Mathews is a science writer probably best known, around here, for his book, “Cascade-Olympic Natural History”. At North Cascades National Park, backcountry rangers call it, The Bible. He has also had a hand in several other well-known, broad-coverage field guides, including one guide to things you can see from a jetliner window. Aside from books, he has written interpretive signs for nature parks and has worked as a naturalist-guide on cruise ships and on backpacking trip seminars organized by the North Cascades Institute.
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