Winter Tree Finder: A Manual for Identifying Deciduous Trees in Winter (Eastern Us)

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Easily Identify the Trees You Find, Even in Winter!

This essential guide by celebrated ecologist May Theilgaard Watts helps readers enjoy getting to know trees, even in winter when the leaves have fallen from the branches. With this handy, easy-to-use book, you'll be able to identify the trees around you in no time.

Features include:

  • Key to identifying deciduous trees (trees that lose their leaves in the winter) by looking at twigs, buds, fruits, and other features
  • Explanations of the structure of twigs
  • Information about habitats and ranges of native and some widely introduced trees
  • Illustrations with the author's line drawings


Table of Contents:

Species List

  • Bald Cypress
  • European Larch
  • American Larch
  • Hardy Catalpa
  • Staghorn Sumac
  • Poison Sumac
  • Kentucky Coffee Tree
  • Tree of Heaven
  • Pin Cherry
  • Ginkgo
  • Sycamore
  • Tulip Tree
  • Pawpaw
  • Serviceberry
  • American Beech
  • European Beech
  • Sassafras
  • American Plum
  • Choke Cherry
  • Black Cherry
  • Sour Gum
  • Common Apple
  • Wild Crabapple
  • Prairie Crabapple
  • Black Locust
  • Osage Orange
  • Honey Locust
  • Hawthorn
  • Common Pear
  • Downy Hawthorn
  • Thicket Hawthorn
  • Cockspur Hawthorn
  • Washington Hawthorn
  • Dotted Hawthorn
  • White Poplar
  • Lombardy Poplar
  • Trembling Aspen
  • Big-toothed Aspen
  • Hackberry
  • Sourwood
  • Red Mulberry
  • White Mulberry
  • Ironwood
  • Blue Beech
  • Cork Elm
  • Siberian Elm
  • Chinese Elm
  • Slippery Elm
  • American Elm
  • European Alder
  • Persimmon
  • Chestnut
  • White Basswood
  • Linden American Basswood
  • European Mountain-Ash
  • American Mountain-Ash
  • Balsam Poplar
  • Swamp Cottonwood
  • Eastern Cottonwood
  • Plains Cottonwood
  • Weeping Willow
  • Black Willow
  • White Willow
  • Peach-leaved Willow
  • Mimosa Silk Tree
  • Yellowwood
  • Redbud
  • Bitternut Hickory
  • Shagbark Hickory
  • Pignut Hickory
  • Pecan
  • Mockernut Hickory
  • Butternut White Walnut
  • Black Walnut
  • Gray Birch
  • European White Birch
  • American White Birch
  • Cherry Birch
  • Red Birch
  • Yellow Birch
  • Mountain Magnolia
  • Umbrella Magnolia
  • Large-leaved Magnolia
  • Cucumber Magnolia
  • Saucer Magnolia
  • Flowering Dogwood
  • Horse Chestnut
  • Ohio Buckeye
  • Sweet Buckeye
  • Blue Ash
  • White Ash
  • Red Ash
  • Black Ash
  • Green Ash
  • Mountain Maple
  • Silver Maple
  • Red Maple
  • Box Elder
  • Norway Maple
  • Sycamore Maple
  • Striped Maple
  • Sugar Maple
  • Black Maple
  • Chinquapin Oak
  • Chestnut Oak
  • Post Oak
  • English Oak
  • White Oak
  • Bur Oak
  • Swamp-White Oak
  • Pin Oak
  • Black Oak
  • Scrub Oak
  • Blackjack Oak
  • Hill's Oak
  • Shingle Oak
  • Scarlet Oak
  • Water Oak
  • Red Oak
  • Spanish Oak
  • Willow Oak

May Theilgaard Watts (1893-1975) was a teacher, writer, illustrator, and naturalist. Born in Illinois, she was a pioneer in the field of ecology.

0.17" H x 4.42" L x 6.32" W

64 pages

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