Scats and Tracks of the Rocky Mountains
Wonder no more about those tracks in the mud or that poop on the path. With this
packable guide, identification in the field is easy. Featured are the tracks, scats, and signs of 70 different species including wolf, ferret, grizzly bear, as well as birds, frogs and salamanders. Scales for scat diameter and footprint size are
included along the edge of each descriptive page. Plus, for accurate
measurements, there's a ruler on the back cover.
Legacy of the Tetons: Homesteading in Jackson Hole
This second edition of Legacy of the Tetons is a narrative of the bravery, love,
heartbreak, joy, and fortitude of the early pioneers. Candy Moulton shares the struggles of those who lived and died on the land—some of whom came on foot in the Mormon Handcart Migration and established the settlement known today as Mormon Row.
Windows into the Earth, the Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
A geologic history and tour of the northern Rockies, particularly Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park.
Along the Ramparts of the Tetons: The Saga of Jackson Hole, Wyoming
The magnificent valley of Jackson Hole at the base of the soaring Teton Range has long been a stage on which a remarkable series of events has been acted out by an equally remarkable cast of characters. This is that story, told with a verve and excitement which brings the past alive.
A Naturalist’s Guide to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks
A memoir and classic natural history of the wildlife of Jackson Hole and the Tetons by a celebrated local biologist, organized week-by-week throughout the year.
The Natural World of Jackson Hole: An Ecological Primer
An introduction to the natural world of Jackson Hole and to the principles of ecology as they operate in the valley.
The Grizzly Bear
A natural history of “Ursus arctos horribilis” – lyrical, well written and provocative. An appropriate introduction to the beast for anyone traveling to grizzly country. McNamee also wrote “The Return of the Wolf to Yellowstone.”
Plants of the Rocky Mountains
Over 1300 species of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, grasses, ferns, mosses and lichens are described and illustrated. Notes on origin of name, ecology, native uses, edibility and similar species are included, as are color-coded sections to allow for quick identification. 900 color photographs, 700+ line drawings.