2 edition of Exploring the Olympic seashore found in the catalog.
Exploring the Olympic seashore
S. Forrest Blau
|Statement||by S. Forrest Blau for the National Park Service ; cover by Keith L. Hoofnagle|
|Contributions||Hoofnagle, Keith L, United States. National Park Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
Get this from a library! Exploring seashores. [Barbara Behm; Veronica Bonar] -- This book discusses the life found along the seashore, including the animals, the effects of tides, the seashore in various seasons, and more. The city’s Olympic National Park Visitor Center provides the usual range of information, books, and maps, as well as hands-on exhibits on the park’s .
Young sunbathers can learn all about the wonders at the water's edge with Jim Arnosky's fascinating guide. With friendly notes and detailed illustrations of everything from ghost crabs to shark teeth, this award-winning author and wildlife expert outfits kids with /5(13). A small handful are highlighted below, but if you check our catalog you will find a wide array of materials, from books, to maps, to state and federal documents. Natural Wonders. Blau, S F, and Keith L. Hoofnagle. Exploring the Olympic Seashore., Print. Hanify, Mary L, and Craig Blencowe.
Beachcombing: Exploring the Seashore by Jim Arnosky. Seashore biology--Juvenile literature ; Beachcombing ; Seashore biology Explore Related Books by. The One and Only Ivan. by Katherine Applegate and Patricia Castelao. 35 Resources5 Awards. Silver People. by. Exploring the Seashore (Book): Amos, William Hopkins: Guided by a marine biologist, two young children examine some of the many forms of life found along rocky and sandy shorelines and in salt marshes of North America.
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Exploring the Seashore is a great resource book for pictures on the preschool science book shelf.5/5(1). It started our discussion of animals we might see and gave the children great photos of what we might see.
We did see some of the same things as in the book but also the book showed other places with different strata and animals to broaden the lesson. Exploring the Seashore is a great resource book for pictures on the preschool science book shelf.5/5(1).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirk, Ruth. Olympic seashore. Port Angeles, Wash.: Olympic Natural History Association, © (OCoLC) "Naturalist Jim Arnosky offers tips for Beachcombing: Exploring the Seashore, with which young explorers can identify different shells, crabs, jellyfish and other seaside treasures, all warmly illustrated (some life-size) by the s: 4.
Exploring the Olympic Peninsula by Ruth Kirk avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions. Exploring the Coast. Who can resist a beach at low tide. No two miles of Olympic's Pacific coastline are alike. From beaches (that might be sandy, rocky, or boulder-strewn!) to cliffs plunging into the sea, you'll find it somewhere along Olympic's 73 miles of coastline.
Olympic National Park protects over 73 miles of the some of the most primitive natural coastline in the 48 contiguous United States. The views of ocean, cliffs, headlands, islands and seastacks, coupled with the dramatic changing sea, provide a unique wilderness experience.
Most of the coast can only be accessed by foot. Welcome to Olympic National Park. At Olympic, forest, coastal, and mountain ecosystems combine to create a spectacular wilderness park.
Designated as both a World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations, the park serves as a living laboratory for scientists and students, as well as an incredible natural playground for visitors.
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