See the Berkshires & Taconics through a forest ranger’s eyes! Conservation professional Edward Henry, acclaimed author of Catskill Trails and Gunks Trails, leads the way to the best vistas and scenic sites of the Berkshire and Taconic mountains of Massachusetts, New York, Vermont & Connecticut, providing scientific interpretation along the way and insights into the region’s geology, wildlife biology, botany, forest ecology, meteorology, and human history.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Ed Henry is the author of three other books: Catskill Trails: A Ranger’s Guide to the High Peaks, Book I, The Northern Catskills; Catskill Trails: A Ranger’s Guide to the High Peaks, Book II, The Central Catskills (Black Dome Press: 2000) and Gunks Trails: A Ranger’s Guide to the Shawangunk Mountains (Black Dome Press, 2003), plus numerous magazine articles. Besides his adventures in the Taconic, Berkshire, Catskill, and Shawangunk mountains, Henry has worked for the U.S. Forest Service and as a park ranger in the Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. He now works for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and is the Refuge Manager for the Wallkill River and Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuges.