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Growing Native Plants of the Rocky Mountain Area By Robert Dorn & Jane Dorn
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The Rocky Mountain area is noted for challenging growing conditions and a great diversity of plant life. From this plant diversity, the authors have selected 518 species of native plants suitable... More > for use in horticulture and native plant landscaping. The selected species include trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, cacti, grasses, and wildflowers. Culture and propagation information are provided for each species and color photos are provided for most species.< Less
Bee Basics: An Introduction to Our Native Bees By United States Department of Agriculture et al.
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Native bees are a hidden treasure. From alpine meadows in the national forests of the Rocky Mountains to the Sonoran Desert in the Coronado National Forest in Arizona and from the boreal forests of... More > the Tongass National Forest in Alaska to the Ocala National Forest in Florida, bees can be found anywhere in North America, where flowers bloom. From forests to farms, from cities to wildlands, there are 4,000 native bee species in the United States, from the tiny Perdita minima to large carpenter bees. Most people do not realize that there were no honey bees in America before European settlers brought hives from Europe. These resourceful animals promptly managed to escape from domestication. As they had done for millennia in Europe and Asia, honey bees formed swarms and set up nests in hollow trees. Native pollinators, especially bees other than honey bees, have been pollinating the continent’s flowering plants since long before the arrival of honey bees.< Less
Endangered Flora of California By Mark Rogers
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Endangered Flora of California collects a master list of endangered plants native to California.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve - Reclamation Notebook By Christian Lewis
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Documentation of the environmental reclamation process on the JY Ranch / Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve
How the racoon got his stripes. By Joe Tennant
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A mythical Native American tale with a moral illustrating the lesson that the overly racoon experienced, and how history was changed for his species.
Virginia Birds A-Z By Alana Nicole
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Photos of 25 species of birds commonly or often found in Virginia, both native species, and foreign species who have adapted to the location.
The Guardian's Angelo By Jack Johnson
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There’s hope for the Earth. Almost. Miguel Angelo Hernandez Juarez is taking matters in hand. Only you will need a bit of patience, as the vehicle for Earth’s salvation was chosen quite... More > by chance some 554 years ago when Miguel, a cook in Ponce de Leon’s army, accidentally drank from the Fountain of Youth. Miguel sets out to convince his great, great, great, great grandson, Billy Juarez to take his place. This is a good thing for the Earth, because, truthfully, Miguel is a screw up. He doesn’t know how to drive, doesn’t know how to park, and he insists on carrying his fencing sword aboard major airlines. Sigh. On the other hand, Miguel does know how to talk native Creole to Haitian rats; and, as Billy learns, his heart is true, his passion is just. The only question is ... with species extinction and exploding deep sea oil rigs, is Miguel too late?< Less
The Guardian's Angelo By Jack Johnson
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There’s hope for the Earth. Almost. Miguel Angelo Hernandez Juarez is taking matters in hand. Only you will need a bit of patience, as the vehicle for Earth’s salvation was chosen quite... More > by chance some 554 years ago when Miguel, a cook in Ponce de Leon’s army, accidentally drank from the Fountain of Youth. Miguel sets out to convince his great, great, great, great grandson, Billy Juarez to take his place. This is a good thing for the Earth, because, truthfully, Miguel is a screw up. He doesn’t know how to drive, doesn’t know how to park, and he insists on carrying his fencing sword aboard major airlines. Sigh. On the other hand, Miguel does know how to talk native Creole to Haitian rats; and, as Billy learns, his heart is true, his passion is just. The only question is ... with species extinction and exploding deep sea oil rigs, is Miguel too late?< Less
All About Wood By Jacob Rey
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A catalogue of over 40 different types of wood, both exotic and native species of the United States, which are used commonly in woodworking. A brief description of the species, woodworking... More > characteristics, and a high resolution scan of each wood type is included.< Less
Solution-Earth: The Rash By Matthew Underwood
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The first in a new trilogy of books by Matthew Underwood tells a story involving a young girl with a debilitating illness. The poor girl lives a boring life. But who was the strange man wearing a... More > dark robe, outside in the street one morning. Why did he vanish so quickly when she saw him? Why are children in towns on the outskirts of London being admitted to clinics and hospitals with a strange rash on their faces? Why all at the same time? What is the strange history connected with Roswell, New Mexico? Could it be the reason for the unusual Rash? The Rash is the first in the new Solution-Earth trilogy, set in the same story-line world as Glimpse and Time and disPLACEment. The Rash introduces some great new characters, including some who are not quite so native to Earth.< Less

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