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Minnesota Botany an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
eBook (PDF): $18.00
300 pages (8 1/2x11), over 1200 beautiful color photographs, charts, graphs and specialized graphics. Botany is perfect for students, naturalists, horticulturalists, ecologist and for those who just... More > want to know how plants work and fit into the scheme of life on earth. Written by a naturalist/teacher of 32 years, the book covers: Plant ecology, taxonomy, cells and tissues, anatomy, reproduction, physiology, endangered and exotic species, conservation, diseases and pests, plant and culture lists, how to use native plants in landscaping and for wildlife. Beautiful color photographs and graphics help explain all the concepts in a way that is easy for the student/naturalist to understand. The book would be a great asset to classes in botany, biology, ecology, wildlife biology, horticulture, landscaping, environmental science and more. It is age appropriate for middle school up through college. Covers many of the states grad standards.< Less
Understanding Sasquatch Behavior By Dave Gibson
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This book 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 booklet, 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
Beneath the Big Muddy By Teresa Cummings
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Since Marquette and Joliet first explored the Mississippi River in 1673, the legend of the Piasa Bird has fascinated and fueled the imaginations of all who discover the bizarre creature’s... More > painting on the river bluffs near Alton, IL. Kristi Lesko, a photojournalist for International Species Magazine, comes out to spend a sweet June day riding her bike along the dramatic bluffs and getting acquainted with her new digital camera. While shooting the Piasa, she comes across busy vultures. Closer inspection reveals bones, human skulls among them, and she snaps a few photos. Strickler and Dunne are two local legends in their own right, and when they discover Kristi trespassing at the entrance to an abandoned copper mine that they have claimed for their own, they force her into the mine at gunpoint. So begins this caving adventure tale that delves into wildlife smuggling, ancient Native American artifacts, revenge and insanity. And when the New Madrid Fault wakes up, things really start to jump.< Less
Beneath the Big Muddy By Teresa Cummings
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Since Marquette and Joliet first explored the Mississippi River in 1673, the legend of the Piasa Bird has fascinated and fueled the imaginations of all who discover the bizarre creature’s... More > painting on the river bluffs near Alton, IL. Kristi Lesko, a photojournalist for International Species Magazine, comes out to spend a sweet June day riding her bike along the dramatic bluffs and getting acquainted with her new digital camera. While shooting the Piasa, she comes across busy vultures. Closer inspection reveals bones, human skulls among them, and she snaps a few photos. Strickler and Dunne are two local legends in their own right, and when they discover Kristi trespassing at the entrance to an abandoned copper mine that they have claimed for their own, they force her into the mine at gunpoint. So begins this caving adventure tale that delves into wildlife smuggling, ancient Native American artifacts, revenge and insanity. And when the New Madrid Fault wakes up, things really start to jump.< Less
Beneath the Big Muddy By Teresa Cummings
eBook (PDF): $4.46
Since Marquette and Joliet first explored the Mississippi River in 1673, the legend of the Piasa Bird has fascinated and fueled the imaginations of all who discover the bizarre creature’s... More > painting on the river bluffs near Alton, IL. Kristi Lesko, a photojournalist for International Species Magazine, comes out to spend a sweet June day riding her bike along the dramatic bluffs and getting acquainted with her new digital camera. While shooting the Piasa, she comes across busy vultures. Closer inspection reveals bones, human skulls among them, and she snaps a few photos. Strickler and Dunne are two local legends in their own right, and when they discover Kristi trespassing at the entrance to an abandoned copper mine that they have claimed for their own, they force her into the mine at gunpoint. So begins this caving adventure tale that delves into wildlife smuggling, ancient Native American artifacts, revenge and insanity. And when the New Madrid Fault wakes up, things really start to jump.< Less
Minnesota Wildlife Biology, an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
eBook (PDF): $15.00
250 page (8 1/2x11) Wildlife Biology Text written by a teacher for anyone interested in nature, ecology, wildlife management, managing land for wildlife. Great book for naturalists, schools (middle... More > school on up) especially in classes dealing with wildlife, forestry, botany, environmental science, STEM and for those who want to understand the natural world around them. Covers ecology, nutrient cycles, biomes, biotic factors, abiotic factors, population ecology, succession, wetland biology, upland biology, mammal biology, waterfowl biology, identification, natural history, classification, scientific method, engineering design, how to manage your own land using Minnesota native species and more. Over 1000 beautiful photographs, charts and specialized graphics help you picture and learn the concepts taught in this book. Author has 33 years experience teaching high school biology, botany, zoology and wildlife biology. He also has a degree in wildlife management and a masters in secondary science education.< Less
O Iguana! My Iguana! By Andrea Scarsi
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If you love iguanas, this book is for you. O Iguana! My Iguana! tells you everything you need to know to handle and care for your pet iguana in the best way possible. It offers a brief overview of... More > the iguana as a species, a peek at the life of the wild iguana in its native habitat, how to create the absolute perfect habitat or iguana enclosure, and how to feed them properly. Iguanas are peaceful, herbivore reptiles, and easy to look after. They're mostly wild animals that long for the wide open, arboreal spaces of tropical rainforests. That’s where they come from, and they will seek some of the comforts of their real homes even in captivity. That's all. When you know how to provide the needs of these majestic, and at times gigantic lizards, they will reward you with an active and relatively long life in captivity. Iguanas can, indeed, live up twenty years if they are well taken care of. Whether you're a total beginner or would like to improve your handling of these lovely reptiles, this book is for you.< Less

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