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Suggested bibliography for teachers,   pp. 11-12


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Suggested Bibliography for Teachers 
General: 
      Leopold, Aldo, Sand County Almanac 
           A delightful collection of essays ranging from sensitive descriptions
           of the inhabitants of the natural world to the author's thoughts
about 
           the land - a philosophy which has had far-reaching effects in
the 
           conservation field. 
     Milne, Lorus and Margery, Balance of Nature 
           Some examples of disastrous, though often well-meant, interference
           by man in natural systems. 
     Sachse, Nancy, A Thousand Ages 
           A history of the University of Wisconsin Arboretum. 
     Watts, May T., Reading the Landscape 
           Story-like explanations and charming sketches which give the reader
           a new historical and ecological understanding of the natural landscape.
Specific: 
     Archbald, David, Quick-Key Guide to Trees 
     Emlen, John and Archbald, David, Quick-Key Guide to Birds 
           Easy method of identification and fun for children. 
     Barker, Will, Familiar Insects of America 
           Life histories of common insects. 
     Golden Nature Guide Series 
          Insects            Non-flowering Plants 
          Mammals           Pond Life 
          Simple identification to common species. 
     Jackson, H.H.T., Mammals of Wisconsin 
          Information and pictures 
     Peterson, R.T., Field Guide to the Birds 
          A complete guide to bird identification. 
     Badger History   resource unit "Wisconsin Indians" has a good
chapter on 
          "The Woodland Indians" written for classroom use. It
is available 
          from the State Historical Society, $1. single copy. Ten or more
          $.50 each. 
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