Caddo

Editora: Texas A&M University Press Data de lançamento: 2015-03-15

Descrição

In a stunning tribute to one of Texas' most enigmatic waterways, a veteran East Texas historian and a professional photographer have together created an homage to a lake like no otherhalf Texas, half Louisiana, a swampy labyrinth of bald cypress and water plants filled with mystery, legend, and a staggering amount of biological complexity. Classified as a Category 1 Habitat for wildlife by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and encompassing a state wildlife management area as well as a state park, Caddo Lake and adjacent areas have also been designated as a Ramsar Site under the international convention to preserve world-class wetlands and their waterfowl. In both words and pictures, writer Thad Sitton and photographer Carolyn Brown have captured the human, animal, and plant life of Caddo, as well as the history of the lake itself, better likened to an ever-changing network of cypress woodlands, bayou-like channels, water-plant meadows, and hardwood bottoms covered more or less by water. To learn more about The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, sponsors of this books series, please click here.

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Informação Adicional

Gênero: Texas

Coleção: Texas A&M University Press

Typo: Adobe PDF

Páginas: 188

ISBN: 9781623492519

Informação Adicional

Gênero: Texas

Coleção: Texas A&M University Press

Typo: Adobe PDF

Páginas: 188

ISBN: 9781623492519

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