In winter you see other birds, other animals and smell different smells than in spring, summer and autumn. Low patches of fog over frosted lawns, flocks of geese flying overhead and a cup of hot chocolate. Outside it is dark early and you can see the snow falling by lantern light. Inside it is warm and you do things that you don’t get around in other times. Make fat balls to attract the special winter birds to your garden, light the candles and the fire early and drink gluh wine. You don’t have to go far to encounter special things. This booklet teaches you to look around and pay attention to the little things. The better you look, the more you see. Also, especially, in your own backyard. Pocket Book of Trees is the 8th title in the very successful Pocket Book series by Snor.