Sandhills, Swamps and Sea Islands: Environmental Guidebook to Northeast Florida
Publisher : University of North Florida Environmental Center
This entertaining, practical and reader-friendly guidebook provides descriptions of 21 of the major ecosystems found in Northeast Florida and species accounts for 178 plants and animals commonly found in each habitat.  Lavishly illustrated with 480 color images, maps and graphics, Sandhills, Swamps and Sea Islands is the essential guidebook for anyone with a personal or professional interest in the natural resources and preserved lands within Florida's Nassau, Duval, St. Johns and Clay counties -- from the interior scrub habitat, to stillwater swamps, to the expansive salt marshes along the coastal sea islands.

Praise and Reviews
"It's just that most of us don't know much about our parks, preserves and state forests in North Florida. This guide is aimed to correct that." -- Mark Middlebrook, Executive Director of the St. Johns River Alliance and Former Executive Director of Preservation Project Jacksonville


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Heather P. McCarthy is a freelance writer, graphic designer, nature enthusiast and homeschooling mother of three in Jacksonville, Florida.  She is Adjunct Faculty and a Research A More...