BUTTERFLIES OF NORTH AMERICA
by Jeffrey Glassberg
2011, 208 pages, color photos throughout. This user-friendly guide, lavishly illustrated with more than 160 species, provides invaluable information for those who want identify almost any North American butterfly, create a butterfly-friendly garden, use the new breed of close-range binoculars, and protect butterfly environments. Organized by family, each species account includes length of forewing, how to recognize them, habitat, what the caterpillars eat, what the adults eat, gardening suggestions, abundance, range map, and two or more excellent close-up photos taken in natural habitat. Paperback with flaps; 6 X 9″.
About the Author – Jeffrey Glassberg is president of the North American Butterfly Association and editor of American Butterflies magazine. He is the author of numerous best-selling books about nature-watching, and regularly travels around the world to observe and photograph butterflies.
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