Second volume in the Field Guide Series, and -- in more limited sense -- as important as Trees of the Eastern United States and Canada. The same method is followed, -- a combination of keys of identification, photographs and line drawings to aid in spotting individual types within their groups. The arrangement geographically by districts is an aid to practical use on trips. Introductory chapters explain how to use the keys, and how to proceed in observation of detail, etc. There is a glossary and an index. Convenient size, compact format, flexible binding.