3 edition of A field guide to the wildflowers of Mexico"s Copper Canyon region found in the catalog.
A field guide to the wildflowers of Mexico"s Copper Canyon region
Linda J. Ford
Includes bibliographical references (p. 156) and index.
|Statement||by Linda J. Ford ; contributions by Ryan J. Hawkins and Daniel Atha ; Spanish translation by Toutcha Lebgue.|
|Genre||Identification, Pictorial works.|
|Contributions||Hawkins, Ryan J., Atha, Daniel E.|
|LC Classifications||QK211 .F67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2009022940|
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While it lists only one pf several orchids in the Copper Canyon area of Mexico, it is a good guide to the region and does list several of the wildflowers of the region as well as giving a brief, but informative look and travel to this site.
This book is scarce, but well worth the price if /5(3). Linda J. Ford, author of A Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Mexico's Copper Canyon Region, says that it would make more sense to call square mile area the Sierra Tarahumara. Ford notes that the canyons contain four distinct climate zones.
She is author of A Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Mexico’s Copper Canyon Region, created Copper Canyon Wildflower Tours, and has been leading trips with Diego since Formerly of Adobe Tours, Diego began taking tours throughout Mexico in the early s.
This book is more of a travelogue than a guidebook. I was expecting maps, trail lengths, phone numbers for hostels: the kind of things you get in a Lonely Planet or Falcon Books guide. Fayhee's book is a series of stories about his trips to Copper Canyon with a repetitious exhortation to "get a guide!" for most of the hikes he lists/5(7).
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5 Days / 4 Nights. Celebrating Wildflowers provides a variety of colorful and interesting articles, photos, posters, interpretive panels, and activities about wildflowers, pollinators, our native plants, and links to other sources of this information. Copper Canyon (Spanish: Barrancas del Cobre) is a group of six distinct canyons in the Sierra Madre Occidental in the southwestern part of the state of Chihuahua in northwestern canyons were formed by six rivers that drain the western side of the Sierra Tarahumara (a part of the Sierra Madre Occidental).All six rivers merge into the Rio Fuerte and empty into the Gulf of.
If you are hiking extensively in the Copper Canyon region, I recommend buying John Fayhee’s, Mexico’s Copper Canyon Country ( 2nd edition).
Not so much a guidebook as it is a travelogue, I found it to be well written, informative, often humorous and most importantly for independent hikers, has useful topographical map references for.
In July the first ever Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Mexico’s Copper Canyon Region by Linda J. Ford was published. She created a very user friendly guide so when the casual visitor is touring the canyon in the months of September and October when the wildflowers are in bloom, he or she will have the opportunity to identify over Explore Copper Canyon & Northern Mexico holidays and discover the best time and places to visit.
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Find what to do today, this weekend, or in May. We have reviews of the best places to see in Copper Canyon. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. This is a great book for identifying plants in the field. The book is clearly organized and very easy to use. Plus, it gives a great overview of North American deserts and the origin of the Sonoran Desert, in particular/5.
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It includes significant revisions to plant families, genera and species. Jepson eFlora is the revised version of the. Facts about Copper Canyon make you learn more about the group of canyons located in northwestern Mexico. This group has 6 different canyons.
If you compare the depth of Grand Canyon in Arizona with Copper Canyon, the latter one is deeper and larger. Amigo Trails & The 3 Amigos are the only inbound, independent tour operators in the world with offices located inside the Copper Canyon.
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I am planning a trip to the Copper Canyon in February or March. I will be spending the winter in Chapala and plan to meet some friends from Dallas in Los Mochis or Chihuahua. After looking at the fares from Guad. to either of those cities, I need to consider some options to paying nearly pesos to Aeromexico.
The Copper Canyon is actually six distinct canyons that form a single network. Each canyon has its own river in the canyon floor, all of which merge into the Rio Fuerte. Scope. Taken as a singular unit, the Copper Canyon greatly outsizes the Grand Canyon of Arizona.
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A good field guide is helpful in identifying plants. I carry a small guide called "Rocky Mountain Wildflowers - pocket guide" by David Dahms. Witt's favorite is "Flowering Plants of New Mexico" by Robert DeWitt Ivey. "Ivey was also an artist," Witt said.
The scenery in Copper Canyon and Urique Canyon is awesome, the train ride is among the world’s most spectacular, and the newly-opened aerial tram down into Copper Canyon is a thrilling experience.
Come and enjoy this amazing region of Mexico. Tour Director & Guide: A Wells Gray tour director is with you throughout the tour. A bilingual. Ever been to Mexico’s Copper Canyon region. Or Are you a flower enthusiast. Well then you might be interested in this one-of-a kind publication!.
Announcing the first-ever field guide to the wondrous wildflowers of the Copper Canyon Region. Join Linda Ford as she takes you on a visual journey through the conspicuous wildflowers of the Copper Canyon area.
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Located in Mexico's Sierra Madre Mountains, Copper Canyon is four times larger than the Grand Canyon and is the homeland of the cave-dwelling Tarahumara Indians, the world's greatest long-distance runners.
The area is accessed by one of the world's most spectacular train rides. For more than a quarter of a century, we have operated the. Carl's Copper Canyon Notebook. Mexico's Copper Canyon is much more than just one canyon.
The vast northwestern Sierra Madre and Sierra Tarahumara include at least 15 major canyons and are home to tens of t housands of Tarahumara (Raramuri) Indians, traditional Mexican ranchers, and prospectors.
Just a day's travel south of the U.S. border, the Copper Canyon is. Mexico's own grand canyon is full of interesting facts that make it a top tourist attraction. Copper is mined in parts of the canyon, but the name actually comes from the bronze-like color of the canyon walls.
Visitors who take the canyon's train for a scenic view may run into Tarahumara Indians selling their indigenous goods. This field guide for Northern California wildflowers is easy to toss in the car or slip into your pack.
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Copper Canyon Adventure Park is about five minutes away by shuttle. The views od the canyons are incredible and humbling. For the adventurer, there are a ton of activities.
Creel: A “Pueblo Magico” town of the Sierra Tarahumara. Subsiquently, a hub for the Tarahumara community, and close town center to the Chepe train station. Every writer who visits the “titanic mountains” of the Sierra Madre brags that the Copper Canyon is several times larger and even deeper than the Grand Canyon of Arizona.
However impressive this may be, statistics can’t convey the. Item at Amazon: National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers: Western Region (Commission to if purchased) Covering the region from Alaska to California and east to the Great Plains, this well-produced, compact guidebook contains more than photos of over species of wildflowers of western North America.
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Copper Canyon in Mexcio Trip. Located in Mexico’s largest state of Chihuahua, the Barranca del Cobre (Copper Canyon) system is a rugged wilderness area with a maze of interlocking gorges that combine into five massive interconnected canyons.
It is as least seven times the size and 1, feet deeper than Arizona’s Grand Canyon. A Field Guide to the Common Wildflowers of the Mojave Desert Ignore the countless images of the super bloom in your Instagram feed—the real miracle of the desert is just how much life it containsAuthor: Claire Vaye Watkins.
Start your exploration of the Copper Canyon, by accessing a web search engine and typing in "Copper Canyon". For some in-depth coverage and images from a respected travel authority (Carl Franz of The People's Guide to Mexico) go to the following URL and then follow the links to the Copper Canyon.
This unique reference work describes over wildflowers and flowering shrubs that grow in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo, Jemez, Sandia, and Manzano Mountains, as well as neighboring ranges, including the Manzanita, San Pedro, Ortiz, and other lower-elevation mountains in central portions of the state.
Copper Canyon (Spanish: Barranca del Cobre) is a canyon system in the Sierra Tarahumara in the southwestern part of the state of Chihuahua in Mexico. The system of canyons here is larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon in the neighboring United States, although the Grand Canyon is larger overall than any of the individual canyons of the Copper Canyon system.
Few books exemplify the beauty of nature like the Wildflowers of field guides, and the Wildflowers of Arizona Field Guide is no different. Enjoy full-page photos as well as important, accurate information about species of wildflowers found in the Grand Canyon State.OP, Cascade Bob has a very good summary.
It sounds like you seriously need to obtain and study a detailed map of the area. I'm assuming you know that that the Copper Canyon railway does not go into the Copper Canyon, rather it skirts along the rim, offers magnificent views of the canyon bottom, and makes a couple of picturesque stops (Divisidero and Creel) where one .Author of A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain Wildflowers from Northern Arizona and New Mexico to British Columbia, Hawks, Owls, and Wildlife, and Life With an Indian Prince/5.