eNature: FieldGuides

Washington - United States

Guide to thousands of animals and plants with color photos, sound clips, and natural history information. The guide contains sections for birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, seashore creatures, butterflies, wildflowers, and trees.

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Snakes - eNature FieldGuides
United States

Guide to America's snakes from eNature. Learn how to identify the snakes of North America.

eNature
United States

Destination for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and environmentalists. eNature offers animal and plant field guides, habitat guides, news, and community tools.

eNature: Trees
United States

Photographic nature field guides for identifying trees, sorted by leaf type: needle-leaf conifers, scale-leaf conifers, untoothed simple leaves, toothed simple leaves, lobed simple leaves, compound leaves, and palms.

eNature Birds
United States

eNature Field Guide to Birds is a guide to America's birds with species pictures, field descriptions, range maps, bird calls, habitat information, and more.

eNature: Reptiles and Amphibians
United States

Nature and wildlife field guides for salamnders, frogs, turtles, crocodilians, lizards, and snakes.

eNature: Seashore Creatures
United States

Nature and wildlife field guides for near shore and intertidal residents. Find photos of corals, anemenes, urchins, sea stars, crabs, plantlike animals, and others that dwell along the rocky coast..

eNature.com: Insects and Spiders
United States

Nature and wildlife field guide for a variety of insects and arachnids: water bugs, beetles, grasshoppers, ants, dragonflies, bees, ticks, spiders, and more.

eNature.com - Nature and Wildlife Field Guides
United States

Owl pictures from a searchable nature and wildlife database.

Pit Vipers - eNature Field Guides
United States

Find profiles and photos of pit vipers: copperheads, rattlesnakes, sidewinders, massasaugas, and cottonmouths.

eNature: Native Gardening and Invasive Plants Guide
United States

Designed to help gardeners find and recommended native garden plants in their state and lists of some of the plants that are best avoided in the garden because they can be weedy or invasive.