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The Nature Handbook
A Guide to Observing The Great Outdoors

H. Williams, Jr, Ernest
Publisher:  Oxford University Press, New York, USA
Year Published:  2005  
Pages:  263pp   ISBN:  978-0-19-517194-5
Library of Congress Number:  QH45.2.W55 2004   Dewey:  508-dc22 2004052065
Resource Type:  Book

The Nature Handbook explores and explains the patterns of nature, revealing them to the many different types of nature observers.


Table of Contents

Species Names
Photograph Credits

Part I: Plants
1. Flowers and Seeds
2. Trees
3. Plant Features

Part II: Animals
4. Colour and Pattern
5. Ecology and Behaviour
6. Birds
7. Insects

Part III: Habitats
8. Mountains
9. Forests
10. Fields and Meadows
11. Deserts and Prairies
12. Water and Wetlands
13. Coasts
14. Global Patterns


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