Global Treks and Adventures Publications
The purpose of this guidebook is to provide visitors of the San Juan Islands with a resource to the world around them. This guide focuses on the culture, history, art, geography, natural resources, marine life, terrestrial wildlife, and plant life of the archipelago. 262 color pages
This Field Guide contains information on the natural environment of the Whitsunday Islands Archipelago located on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. It provides a summary of the geography, geology, wildlife, plants, and marine life of the island group. 154 color pages.
This book provides insight into the culture and natural resources of the largest and most populated island of the Cook Islands. Learn about the culture, art, tattoos, way of life, geography, habitats, as well as the most common wildlife, marine life, and plants that you may observe. 180 color pages.
A Field Guide to the Apostle Islands is a full color book that includes helpful information about the natural environment of this archipelago. It contains information on the most common plants, wildlife, fish, and birds found among the islands as well as information on the geology, geography, and culture. 224 color pages.
This book offers individual segments highlighting information on the culture and environment of the Lake Atitlan region. This includes stories on the Mayan people that live in this region as well as information on the most common plants, wildlife, geography, and other information and stories on the local environment.
The purpose of this field guide is to provide visitors of the Spanish Virgin Islands with a resource to the world around them. This guide focuses on the natural resources and culture of the archipelago. Information is presented on the most common plants, wildlife, and marine life that visitors would typically encounter while out exploring the islands, as well as providing history on the culture, music, and food that make these islands unique. 164 color pages.