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Atlanta BeltLine Prairie Report: Eastside Trail Year 1 By Christina Gibson
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Trees Atlanta is working in partnership with Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and community partners to plant and maintain the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum along the Eastside Trail, a 2.25 mile-long... More > segment of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. In 2013, Trees Atlanta (TA) performed the first installation of groundcover plantings in the Arboretum; over 40 species of native prairie grasses and forbs were planted and about 8 acres were covered, mostly on the path’s western shoulder. The primary purpose of this report is to document and assess the initial year of installation and maintenance of this Piedmont prairie restoration project along the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine.< Less
The Girt Dog of Ennerdale By Terry Hooper-Scharf
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Over 200 years ago, in 1810, sheep were being killed in the Ennerdale area of Cumbria. The sheep were allegedly hardly eaten yet their blood had been drained and the killer responsible thwarted the... More > efforts of organised hunts and terrified hounds. What was the “Girt Dog” of Ennerdale? Many theories abound from a paranormal creature called a “Mauler” to an escaped hyena , Tiger or even a Thylacine. Perhaps an unknown species of native British big cat? The truth of what the “Girt Dog” was lies within the original accounts of the time. Documents that modern writers appear to have never consulted. Noted British naturalist Terry Hooper-Scharf assesses the evidence.< Less
Minnesota Wildlife Biology...an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
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See description under same title in ebooks. Also go to Wildlifebotanybooks.wix.com for more information. Excellent text book for those who want to know how it all works. Much more than another... More > identification guide, the book's purpose is to help the student understand the basic concepts of wildlife biology, ecology and more. Great for the wildlife enthusiast, manager, hunter, ecologist, naturalist and for the classroom. Written by a teacher of 32 years for students. Easy to read and understand for middle school through college. Covers: basic ecology, endangered species, un-endangered species, biomes, succession, wetland ecology, upland ecology, waterfowl biology/ecology, mammal biology/ecology, exotic/invasive species, how to manage your land using Minnesota native plants. Includes over 1000 beautiful pictures, graphics, charts and lists to help the student understand the concepts taught in the book. Book is printed on 50# paper to reduce the cost. For higher quality pictures use higher quality paper .< Less
The North American Sea Ducks By Paul Johnsgard
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The 21 species of sea ducks are one of the larger subgroups (Tribe Mergini) of the waterfowl family Anatidae, and the 16 species (one historically extinct) that are native to North America represent... More > the largest number to be found on any continent. This book is an effort to summarize succinctly our current knowledge of sea duck biology and to provide a convenient survey of the vast technical literature on the group, with over 900 literature references. It includes 90,000 words of text (more than 40 percent of which is new), 15 updated range maps, 31 photographs, over 30 ink drawings, and nearly 150 sketches. Lastly, the North American sea ducks include the now extinct Labrador duck, the only northern hemisphere waterfowl species to have gone extinct in modern times. Considering recent population crashes in other sea ducks, such as the Steller’s eider and spectacled eider, it should also offer a sobering reminder of the fragility of our natural world and its inhabitants, including us.< Less
WHITETAIL DEER By George Frangoulis
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The whitetail deer is a medium-sized deer native to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and South America as far south as Peru and Bolivia. In the Americas, it is the most widely... More > distributed wild ungulate. In North America, the species is widely distributed east of the Rocky Mountains, but elsewhere, it is mostly replaced by the black-tailed or mule deer. In western North America, it is found in aspen park lands and deciduous river bottom lands within the central and northern Great Plains, and in mixed deciduous riparian corridors, river valley bottom lands, and lower foothills of the northern Rocky Mountain regions from South Dakota and Wyoming to southeastern British Columbia, including the Montana Valley and Foothill grasslands. This book portrays the whitetail deer as an American game animal highly sought after and respected.< Less
Waurgroth: Path of Incinerator By Anthony Heili
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Water, Fire, Rock, Air, Metal, Electricity, Light, Dark, Forests, Dragon, and Vanguard. Eternities of war haunt the Wauriors, a human-like species native to the planet Waurgroth. After millions of... More > years of the same conflict, the war begins to climax and an ancient darkness begins to reappear. Four powerful Wauriors, revered by all, must stand against this reemerging threat. Alone or backed by armies, they must ready the nations or face extinction. One Waurior in particular must face his predetermined destiny of becoming someone who must wield the power to end the corrupted darkness. The only thing standing in his way is rediscovering his power and realizing his true potential along with his fate as the ultimate weapon.< Less
Waurgroth: Path of Incinerator By Anthony Heili
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Water, Fire, Rock, Air, Metal, Electricity, Light, Dark, Forests, Dragon, and Vanguard. Eternities of war haunt the Wauriors, a human-like species native to the planet Waurgroth. After millions of... More > years of the same conflict, the war begins to climax and an ancient darkness begins to reappear. Four powerful Wauriors, revered by all, must stand against this reemerging threat. Alone or backed by armies, they must ready the nations or face extinction. One Waurior in particular must face his predetermined destiny of becoming someone who must wield the power to end the corrupted darkness. The only thing standing in his way is rediscovering his power and realizing his true potential along with his fate as the ultimate weapon.< Less
The Chroniclers By Robert Emessiri
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In a future left to mankind by the departure of an alien species use of earth as a spawning ground, struggles based on race, gender and religion bring about myriad city-states separated by river... More > borders. From space, Earth landmass resembles a jigsaw puzzle. The process that makes this possible, some call Channelling. The Chronicles of Agate begins inauspiciously. Cast on the shores of Scholarcity as an infant, Agate’s battle for acceptance in a society fractured by social divisions leads him to attempt the highest order of citizenry among the ranks of the Chroniclers. To this end, Agate must travel to five predefined destinations and live among the natives for one year, learning and recording what he can of socio-political life. His first destination is to Androgynous the City of Women on the English South Coast.< Less
Understanding Sasquatch Behavior: How to Find Bigfoot By Dave Gibson
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This booklet is my opinion of the behavior of the Keepers of the Forest, based on three years of habituating with Sasquatch and interacting with them on an almost daily basis. I think it is important... More > to point out that while I am convinced I am right, as explained in this small book, I could very well be wrong. There are no experts in this field. Also consider that there may very well be more than one species of cryptid that we lump into one we call Sasquatch. As is explained in this little book, I am firmly convinced that our Sasquatch in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York are a people, not too unlike us, but yet very different. I am in total agreement with the Iroquois and other Native Americans who hold similar beliefs.< Less
Art & Science in the South Nation Watershed By Aleta Karstad
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In the tradition of the Group of Seven but with the eye of a naturalist, Aleta Karstad paints the Canadian landscape "au plein air". This book showcases nineteen of her jewel-like... More > paintings from the watershed of the South Nation River in easternmost Ontario. Each is accompanied by insightful and lyrical journal entries about the experience of making each painting and about the landscape and its plants and animals. While Aleta paints, her biologist husband, Fred Schueler, makes a scientific survey of the surrounding area, giving special attention to the interactions between native and invasive species. Together, this artist/biologist team works to increase public knowledge of not only the beauty of the landscape but also its biological health and the conservation measures suggested by their observations.< Less

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