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Northwood's Naturalist By Dave Paulson
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A naturalist's perspective on life in the northwoods. Over 90 nature essays and stories, including topics on mammals, birds, plants, insects, and more, providing both the simple answers and greater... More > truths about the natural history found throughout Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.< Less
Northwood's Naturalist By Dave Paulson
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A naturalist's perspective on life in the northwoods. Over 90 nature essays and stories, including topics on mammals, birds, plants, insects, and more, providing both the simple answers and greater... More > truths about the natural history found throughout Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.< Less
The Naturalist In Nicaragua By Laronda Valderas
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With Observations of Animals and Plants in Reference to the Theory of Evolution of Living Forms. BY THOMAS BELT, F.G.S. AUTHOR OF "MINERAL VEINS," "THE GLACIAL PERIOD IN NORTH... More > AMERICA," ETC. ETC. "It was his faith--perhaps is mine-- That life in all its forms is one, And that its secret conduits run Unseen, but< Less
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Literary Pilgrimages of a Naturalist By Winthrop Packard
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"He who would know Thoreau's Walden will do well to bathe in it. His first plunge may well be in Thoreau's story of the pond and his life on its bank, and when he comes dripping from this and... More > puts on the garments of everyday life he still must feel a little of the glow of the fire with which this alchemist of the woods transmuted all things, showing us how rough granite, hard iron and base lead are gold. Thoreau lived on the borders of the little clear pond but two years... But his spirit had birth in something akin to its pure, profound waters and dwells above them now for all centuries. ...Here is a crater of glacier-crushed granite, out of which never came smoke nor lava, only a white fire from unexplored depths, a fire of cool austerity which burns the dross out of all that may be put into it. Its waters well up from a mysterious source within the very earth. Their outflow is equally invisible...."< Less
Literary Pilgrimages of a Naturalist By Winthrop Packard
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He who would know Thoreau's Walden will do well to bathe in it. His first plunge may well be in Thoreau's story of the pond and his life on its bank, and when he comes dripping from this and puts on... More > the garments of everyday life he still must feel a little of the glow of the fire with which this alchemist of the woods transmuted all things, showing us how rough granite, hard iron and base lead are gold. Thoreau lived on the borders of the little clear pond but two years... But his spirit had birth in something akin to its pure, profound waters and dwells above them now for all centuries. ...Here is a crater of glacier-crushed granite, out of which never came smoke nor lava, only a white fire from unexplored depths, a fire of cool austerity which burns the dross out of all that may be put into it. Its waters well up from a mysterious source within the very earth. Their outflow is equally invisible....< Less
American Naturalist: Rambles in Florida By R. E. C. Stearns
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American Naturalist: Rambles in Florida by by R.E.C. Stearns, first published in 1869. Robert Edwards Carter Stearns was an Naturalist, Newspaper Editor, University Administrator, Paleontologist,... More > Malacologist, lived between 1827 and 1909. Includes an introduction to the history, landmarks, and natural life of Fernandina. A description of the journey to—and arrival at—Cedar Key. The rail, the towns, and the various features of the landscape are described. The journey continues to Tampa, where the workings of the city are observed. There are pests and problems as well as the beauty of the natural world. The journey concludes with an exploration of Rocky Point, Pinellas, and the surroundings. A view of the workings and wildlife of the area is presented, with details of the history accompanying the descriptions.< Less
Lessons From a Naturalist By Cynthia Menard
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Professional naturalist Cynthia Menard has published several of her articles on natural history and wildlife in this volume. Here you will find information on teaching children in the outdoors,... More > keeping yourself and your property safe from wild animals, the natural history of coyotes and wolves, and getting started identifying animal tracks, among other things.< Less
The Naturalist & A Fine Foolish Day By Stephen Halden
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The Naturalist is a novella in two parts, but is the eponymous narrator also a man with two lives? After a chance encounter with a man who looks like Galen, his first love, the narrator reconsiders... More > the violent impact of love. Robert has moved to Peckham Rye to be close to the common and to satisfy his need for change. His developing relationship with Alex opens him to new experiences in which joy and sorrow go hand in hand.< Less
The Ramblings of a Shropshire Naturalist By Edward Wilson
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Edward A. Wilson was born in 1904 and educated in Cambridge at Fitz-William College where he obtained his M.A. degree and Teaching Certificate. He was senior biology master at Ellesmere College for... More > the last 20 years of his distinguished career in teaching. During that time he visited and studied the natural history of the meres, mosses, canals and hills of Shropshire, and formed a Field Club at the College which accompanied him on many occasions. E.A.Wilson died aged 70 years in 1974. Wilson recorded many of the natural history outings in his field notebooks and diaries which after his death, were given by his family to Pam Bowen. In the box of materials was a typed collection of excerpts from his extensive writings, which Wilson himself had prepared, possibly for publication, entitled ‘The Ramblings of a Shropshire Naturalist’. John Harding retyped these into electronic form, produced again here and it is hoped that they will serve to entertain, educate and inspire, much as E.A.Wilson did in life.< Less

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