Discover nearly 100 species of the wild berries and other fruits that grow all around us in the rich ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. Many of these fruits are edible and delicious, but others are not edible, and this guide will help you distinguish the ones you can eat from those that are poisonous. Most species are illustrated in full color, with more than 170 superb photographs that show both the flowering plants and the ripe fruit to aid in identification. This book is a must for berry lovers, naturalists, campers, adventurous cooks, hikers and anyone who loves the outdoors.
Features: Paperback. 2005. 96 pp. 170 color photos. 5.5 x 8.5 inches.