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View Resource Fifty Birds of Town and City

A book depicting 50 common birds in U.S. towns and cities, with illustrations.
View Resource The Blackfooted Ferret

US Fish and Wildlife Service wildlife biologists explain how they are making great strides toward saving this endangered species. From breeding ferret offspring to preparing them for release back...
View Resource Bats

For some people, bats are one of the scariest groups of creatures out there. Not for Bert Grantges. He knows that without bats we'd be overrun by bugs, and that would be scarier. He uses basic math...
View Resource Integration of Field-based Analysis of Plant Community Dynamics with Quantitative Analysis of Landscape Change in the Ray Roberts Lake Area, 1987—1997

This study focused on the effectiveness of integrating traditional plant community analyses with landscape ecological analyses based on remotely sensed data. A temporal analysis of plant community...
View Resource Analysis of the One-horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) Habitat in the Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Library Holdings. This study analyzes the remaining suitable habitat of the one-horned rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis, in Royal Chitwan National Park of Nepal. An April 2003 Landsat image was...
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