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Objectives and bibliography,   p. 1


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                               OBJECTIVES 
                               Enjoyment 
                             /             , 
                         Concern m    -n- Awareness 
Enjoyment - A tour should be a happy experience for the child. 
Awareness - A tour should encourage discovery. A child becomes aware by 
              using all his senses - by looking closely, listening, touching,
              and smelling. 
Concern    - Appreciation and concern for preservation of our natural resources
              is essential for all citizens. 
Bibliography 
Pamphlets 
                 "The Parade of Plants" - I. Wetlands by 
                 Ruth L. Hine     and George J. Knudsen, 
                 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 
                 4610 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 
                 Audubon Nature Bulletins on "Life in a Pond" 
                 "Freshwater Marshes"      and   "Turtles"
                 National Audubon Society, 1130 Fifth Avenue, 
                 New York, New York 10028 (Available in 
                 quantities of 35 or more-- same title- 
                 at $.20 each) 
Books 
                 McGraw   Hill:   Life of the Marsh     and 
                 Life of the Pond 
                 Life of the Pond by William H. Amos, 
                 Life of the Marsh by William A. Niering, 
                 McGraw-Hill, Publisher. 
                 Birth of The Forest by Millicent E. Selsam, 
                 Harper and Row, Publisher. 
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