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Saltwater Fishes Of Central California

RRP $15.95

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"Saltwater Fishes of Central California" is an easy-to-use 12-panel identification guide to 64 common and notable nearshore and offshore saltwater fishes that inhabit the diverse central coast of California from Monterey Bay to Santa Barbara/Point Conception. The highly detailed and scientifically accurate full-color illustrations are accompanied by concise text that highlights common and scientific names, maximum length, key features, and habitat typical of the species. This handy guide is durable, light weight, weather proof and easily fits into a pocket, glove compartment, backpack, tackle box, or boat console. Anglers, naturalists, students, teachers, and divers alike will find it to be an excellent resource in the office, at home, in the classroom, in the field, or out on the water. Dimensions: 4"x9" folded; 9"x24.5" unfolded Laminated for repeated, waterproof use


Curious George Plants A Tree

RRP $17.99

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George loves to go to the science museum. So, when he finds out that the museum is planning a "Green Day" dedicated to recycling and planting trees, and George is curious and wants to help out But little monkeys eager to help can sometimes become little monkeys getting into trouble. When George begins to find and recycle things around town that aren't quite ready for the recycle bin, he gets into a jam. Thankfully, George isn't the only one who wants to help--the whole community can't wait to lend a hand--and help George and the museum plant some trees
*Printed on paper from responsibly managed sources certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council *Environmentally-friendly soy inks
Did you know...? The new Rey Center at the Margret & H.A. Rey Center in Waterville, New Hampshire will a model for energy conservation, using solar panels and wind generators for its electricity. It will reuse and slow-release stormwater, and treat its "gray water" (from sinks/showers) in a constructed wetland.



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