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ACCESSORIES - Patches, backpack
APPAREL - Hats and t-shirt
BOOKS AND FIELD GUIDES
CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL ED TOYS AND GAMES AND BOOKS
California State Parks patch - The official California State Parks patch measures 2 ¾ inches in diameter.
Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve patch - Attach this patch to your backpack for a wonderful souvenir of your visit to the magnificent Redwoods. Measures 3 ½ inches in diameter.
Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods patch - Show your support of the Stewards when you sport this patch on your daypack. Patch measures 3 ¼ inches in diameter.
Child's daypack - Children 3 to 10 years old can explore backyard habitats, parks, and wild places with this daypack which measures 12 x 9 ½ x 6 inches. Made from high quality fabric, it has three zippered sections, stretch cord for holding light jackets and an embroidered California State Parks patch on the front.
California State Parks Baseball hat - This soft brushed cotton hat comes in Khaki and Green or Khaki and Blue with an adjustable strap at the back. The official State Parks woven patch adorns the front.
State Park Volunteer Hat - Similar to California State Park hat above but embroidered with the word Volunteer on it. Must be an active Volunteer with Stewards supported State Park programs to order.
May The Forest Be With You Tee-shirt - This light green tee carries a simple sentiment and the words Armstrong Redwoods & Sonoma Coast on the left sleeve.
BOOKS AND FIELD GUIDES AND POCKET GUIDES
Colonel James B. Armstrong, His Family and His Legacy - Published in 2009, this book is the most comprehensive history of Colonel James B. Armstrong and his family's legacy written. Authors Doris Dickenson and Dr. Carmen Finley have researched and written a book that will capture your interest and respect for the tenacity of those who finally preserved Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve in 1936.
DVD Companion: Colonel James B. Armstrong, His Family and His Legacy - This narrated version of the book tells the story of Colonel James B. Armstrong in an entertaining 53 minute DVD using a PowerPoint format.
Parson Jones: The Life and Times of Rev. William Ladd Jones - Published in 2010, this book is a comprehensive history of the man who married Lizzie Armstrong, Colonel James B. Armstrong's daughter. Authors and researchers Doris Dickenson and Dr. Carmen Finley have done and excellent job capturing an interesting story that includes excerpts from his personal diary. A perfect companion to their book Colonel James B. Armstrong, His Family and His Legacy.
The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America - The new portable guide from David Sibley features 703 bird species plus regional populations found west of the Rocky Mountains. Compact and comprehensive with stunning illustrations this is an indispensable resource.
Wildflowers of Northern California’s Wine Country & North Coast Ranges - Remy Parker takes you on a photographic journey through Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino. Her wonderful photos are accompanied by brief descriptions of over 500 familiar as well as rare and shy beauties.
Seashore – Northern & Central California $14.00
171 weird and wonderful seashore species are grouped and color coded here for quick identification. All the species in the book are shown in a comparative reference chart.
Princeton Field Guides – Whales Dolphins and Other Marine Mammals of the World - This guide to all the world’s marine mammals contains key field marks and summaries of behavior, over 450 stunning color photos, 124 color maps and over 500 beautiful illustrations. Written by Hadoram Shirihai and illustrated by Brett Jarrett.
Plants of the Coast Redwood Region - With text by Kathleen Lyons and May Beth Cuneo-Lazaneo and photos by Howard King, this guides covers the plants you might find in the region and has a glossary and reference list.
A Pocket Naturalist Guide – Mushrooms - This 8 x 22 inch folding laminated card is an introduction to the familiar mushrooms of North America, clearly identifying which are poisonous.
A Pocket Naturalist Guide – California Trees and Wildflowers - This 8 x 22 inch folding laminated card gives an introduction to familiar species with clear, informative illustrations.
CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL ED TOYS AND GAMES AND BOOKS
Skunk hand puppet - This delightful hand puppet measures about 14 inches from the tip of its snout to the end of its tale and comes without the smell! The front feet and moveable mouth parts are accessed through the chest area.
Tallest Tree stacking blocks - Journey from forest floor to outer space. Read a Redwood poem. Count 1 to 10 with forest friends. Discover forest animals and plants. Learn about the world’s tallest trees. 10 sturdy activity blocks stack up to 3 feet high. Ages 3 to 5 and up and up. Winner of the National Park Service Best Product award.
Tallest Tree Growth Chart - Measure kids as they grow on this 6 ft tall chart. Enter names, ages and dates. Filled with fun facts and forest animals.
Into the Forest – Nature’s Food Chain Game - Cards represent animals and plants that are found in the forest. Each card lists what the animal eats and what it is eaten by. The game works just like the natural food relationships in the forest with players “eating” and being “eaten” just as they would be in the wild. For 2 – 6 players, ages 7 and up.
Secrets of the Old Growth Forest Jigsaw Puzzle - Nature is like a giant jigsaw puzzle. Many pieces are tangled together to form one large ecosystem – or a single picture. While away a rainy day fitting the over 500 pieces together, learning about the forest creatures as your picture takes form.
Forest Bright Forest Night - Written by Jennifer Ward and illustrated by Jamichael Henterly, this book for young children shows who is awake in the day and sleeps at night, and who is awake all night, and sleeps during the day! The beautiful illustrations are presented on 24 heavy card pages.
Girls Who Looked Under Rocks - The six women portrayed in this book all grew up to become award winning scientists and writers. Their stories remind us to look, and to look harder, and then to look again. Under rotten logs and in puddles, there are amazing things to see. Beautifully illustrated with black and white full page drawings by Paula Conner and written by Jeannine Atkins.
A Swim through the Sea - Join Seamore the seahorse as he explores the fascinating plants and animals of the undersea world. Parents and teachers will welcome this valuable tool for introducing children to the precious diversity of lie on our planet. Written and stunningly illustrated by Kristin Joy Pratt in full color.
My Nature Journal - Start your lifelong adventure into nature with My Nature Journal. Written and illustrated by Adrienne Olmstead, this book will help you search for animal tracks, discover a special place in a meadow, explore tidepools and much more, whilst leaving room for you to make notes as you look and learn.