Books / Resources #6046 1491 New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus Charles C Mann $18 When does American history begin? The old answer used to be 1492, with the arrival of Europeans. That answer is not longer political- ly or historically correct. 541 pp, softcover #6066 Attracting Native Pollinators The Xerces Society $30 Learn the value of pollinators, how to create nest sites and safe foraging areas, to identify abundant and important bee species, create a pollinator-friendly landscape. 380 pp, softcover #6067 A Beginners Handbook for Rural Texas Landowners Jim Stanley $18 Living in the country and taking care of the land involves issues many new landowners have not experienced before. This book helps small landowners enjoy their property and be good stewards of the land. softcover #6056 A Short History of Progress Ronald Wright $16 Each time history repeats itself, so it's said, the price goes up. The great question of the 21st century is how this can go on. softcover #6042 Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America $19 Cabeza de Vaca was the first European to describe American from Florida thru Arizona. His works are the oldest history we have. #6076 Bees in Your Backyard J Wilson, O Messinger Carril $30 Engaging intro to 4,000 different bee species found in US. Offers essential tips for telling them apart in the field. #6072 Braiding Sweetgrass Robin Wall Kimmerer $18 Factual approach of science can be enriched by ancient knowledge of indigenous people. #6058 Bringing Nature Home Douglas W. Tallamy $20 There is a surprisingly important and relatively simple step toward reversing the plunge in bio- diversity. 358 pp, softcover #6041 Brush and Weeds of Texas Rangelands Hart, Rector, Hanselka, Lyons, McGinty $25 Pictures and descriptions of the whole plant, close-ups of the stem, flower, fruit and leaf all make identification easy & fast. 203 pp, soft- cover #6027 Building Within Nature Andy & Sally Wasowski $25 To help you decide how to build on your site in a way that best preserves natural landscape. #6063 Butterfly Gardenening for Texas Geyata Ajilvsgi $35 Enjoy responsible beauty that butterflies bring to any outdoor space! Includes tips to make your garden caterpillar and butterfly-friendly #6080 Common Rangeland Plants West Central TX George Clendenin $45 Field guide and management reference for 4 million acres in west central TX. Includes 200 plant species with color photos. #6051 Conducting Prescribed Fires John R. Weir $28 A step-by-step guide for anyone interested in the "nuts and bolts" of implementing a pre- scribed burn. 182 pp #6017 Edible Wild Plants of the Prairie Kelly Kindscher $17 Walking from Kansas to Colorado with an elder, Kelly learned to find, harvest and pre- pare native wild food plants. 340 pp, softcover #6037 Flora of East Texas Diggs, Lipscomb, Reed, O'Kennon $90 1600 species with great descriptions & illustra- tions for plant ID from I-35 east Tx border. 1594 pp, hardcover #6030 Flora of North Central Texas Diggs, Lipscomb, O'Kennon $90 Most comprehensive guide to ID native plants, covering large portions of Tx & Ok. Line draw- ings & color plates. 1626 pp, hardcover #6074 Gardening for Butterflies The Xerces Society $25 Create a garden that flutters with life. Join the effort to conserve butterflies and moths, nature’s kaleidoscopes with wings. #6029 Gardening with Prairie Plants Sally & Andy Wasowski $30 Ready to make the switch to native, naturally beautiful, low maintenance? Homeowners & commercial landscapers. 285 pp, softcover #6032 Grasses of Texas Frank W. Gould $43 523 grass species. This ref book serves ranch- ers, land managers & naturalists. Ecoregion maps show distribution. 633 pp, softcover 92 We’ve done the research so you don’t have to - a selection of the best field guides and resources we’ve found for Texas and bordering regions... NEW NEW