From the North Rim of the Grand Canyon to the Colorado River more than a vertical mile below, a hiker will pass through a succession of "life zones" equivalent to a journey from the north woods of Canada to the deserts of Mexico. This craggy, diverse landscape is a haven for animal life. You may not see them all, but they are overhead, under food, all around you. Some are rare or endangered, but find refuge here. Indeed, some are found nowhere else on Earth.
By Susan Lamb
Softcover, 64 pages with color photographs, 7 1/2 x 9”