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A Field Guide to Idaho Mountain Plants By Ray Vizgirdas
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A field guide to the ferns, conifers, and flowering plants found in the mountains of Idaho. This is also an ideal handbook for those venturing into the backcountry to camp, backpack, hunt, fish, and... More > those interested in wilderness survival. The user of this guide is not required to search for a specific "edible" plant, but can identify local species and decide which are fit to eat or use.< Less
Bighorn Sheep Hunting in the Idaho Wilderness By Jeff Filler
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Tales, Pointers, and Things to Think About for Do-it-Yourself and Guided Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Hunts in Idaho Units 27-1 and 26.
Eyes on a Mountain By Jeanne Irving
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In the summer of 1949, June Irving and her husband, Frank, lived and worked in a fire lookout tower in the Idaho wilderness. This is her story of their experience.
Mountain Shadows By Patricia Snyder
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After spending two years as the acting sheriff in Hope, Texas, Shadow McKay comes home to Idaho to find that things are not as he left them. When trouble follows him and threatens all that he holds... More > dear, Shadow knows he can't run anymore. Still fighting the past, he has to decide if there is a future for him in Riker’s Ridge…and if Marie will be a part of it.< Less
Mountain Shadows By Patricia Snyder
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After spending two years as the acting sheriff in Hope, Texas, Shadow McKay comes home to Idaho to find that things are not as he left them. When trouble follows him and threatens all that he holds... More > dear, Shadow knows he can't run anymore. Still fighting the past, he has to decide if there is a future for him in Riker’s Ridge…and if Marie will be a part of it.< Less
The Sawtooth Mountain Dream By Kelsey Newman Benac
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Chronicles the establishment and operation of popular Idaho mountain resort Redfish Lake Lodge.
Rocky Mountain Birds By Paul Johnsgard
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Bird enthusiasts will find viewing loca­tions and updated contact information for hundreds of sites in Wy­oming, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Alberta, and British Columbia. Part 1 outlines the... More > habitats, ecology, and bird geography of the Rocky Mountains north of the New Mexico–Colorado border, including recent changes in the ecology and avifauna of the region. It provides detailed lists of major birding locations and guidance about where to search for specific Rocky Mountain birds. Part 2 considers all 328 regional species individually, with information on their status, habitats and ecology, suggested viewing locations, and population. Includes 3 maps and 11 drawings by the author.< Less
Rocky Mountain Photography 2009 By Cody Hoagland
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Breath taking photography from the Rocky Mountains, Scenery to Wildlife
Rocky Mountain Wildlife 2018 Calendar By Dawn Wilson
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This 12-month calendar is filled with professional quality photographs of Rocky Mountain wildlife from award-winning, professional nature photographer, Dawn Wilson. A resident of Colorado, Ms. Wilson... More > knows the animals that love the rugged Rocky Mountains and her photos exemplify the variety of animals that live in these western peaks. Animals include bighorn sheep, red fox, American pika, and more.< Less
Gold Fork Dreams By F.A. Loomis
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A selection of poems about the Gold Fork country in central Idaho from F.A. Loomis, author of Salmon River Lookout, Frankie Ravan, As Long As Life, Ladies with Sisu, and Blue Duwamish. The poems... More > clearly evoke a high country tied to logging, farming, ranching, hunting, and recreation. Many of them link the author's keen sense of humor to an underlying melancholia about a place that has been fully utilized for every human need. The wildness of Idaho mountain life is resilient and rich despite its heavy production to support the lifestyles of natives and visitors.< Less