The Pinon Pine: A Natural and Cultural History
This small hardy tree inhabits semi-arid mountains & mesas of western USA & Mexico. Because they produce exceptionally large & nutritious pine nuts they have a long relationship with man & animals. (See `The Pinyon Jay: Behavioral Ecology of a Colonial & Cooperative Corvid' - Stock code: M07348). A very readable book with a section on pine-nut cookery.
- ISBN: 9780874170658
- Author(s): Ronald M Lanner
- Stock Code: 4170658
- Format: Hardback
- Illustrations: Colour illustrations, Black & white illustrations
- Pages: 224
- Published: 1981
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The intriguing story of the Pinyon Jay will fascinate both the enthusiastic amateur birder and the professional alike. Packed with information, the title presents Pinyon Jay biology in a readable form and places them into the wider context of studies on bird ecology and evolution.