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Katy Trail Nature Guide, 2nd Edition
 
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Code: MG3490
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A handy nature guide to answer all of those "What's That?" questions along the Katy Trail. The perfect 1-volume nature guide "for the rest of us!" With more than 400 illustrations, this easy-to-use guide identifies the most commonly seen nature and wildlife along the Katy Trail and the Missouri River Valley. It includes fossils, trees, flowers, vines, ferns, birds, butterflies, insects, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, reading the sky, daytrips, glossary and an index. It includes geology, cloud formations, animal tracks and more. Flora and fauna are categorized by color, size and peak sighting season. By Brett Dufur, who is also the author of several other Missouri guidebooks including The Katy Trail Guidebook (MG3390); Show Me Mountain Biking: The Complete Guide to Mountain Biking Missouri (MG3480); Exploring Missouri Wine Country (MG3430), and more. Browse this site for these titles, or search by author name to add these books to your cart. Also consider The Complete Katy Trail Guidebook, a definitive guide to the services, towns, people, places and history along Missouri's 225-mile Katy Trail, America's Longest Rails-To-Trails Project. The completely revised ninth edition covers this hiking and biking trail from Clinton to St. Charles. There's copious maps, 80 photographs, a detailed color fold out map of the entire trail, many mileage charts and more. This guidebook is geared towards visitors coming from K.C., St. Louis and beyond the state. It includes virtually every contact number, Bed & Breakfast, campground, restaurant, bike rental, winery and shuttle option available. Town histories, local highlights and interviews with some unique people you'll meet along the way are also included. There's stories on the many virtues of Missouri River mud, Lewis and Clark history, a vanished early steamboat community, the Flood of 93, and more. It also includes extensive Biker's Notes and Camper's Notes for each community where applicable. "But how do you get back to the beginning point?" you may ask! Several pages are devoted to shuttle options including private enterprises and Amtrak. 192 pages. Order this book with confidence with our 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back.