National Audubon Society First Field Guides
A series of North American field guides. Each of the books in this series contains:
Brief discussions of threatened and endangered species
Descriptions of early naturalists
Definitions of terms used
Recommended Tools of the Trade
Laminated identification field cards
Great first guides for children and adults
Where would our world be without them?
Ages: 8 and Up
Photos from the mundane to rarest of wildflowers as well as endangered species, poison plants and details to ensure accurate identification.
|ROCKS AND MINERALS
Edward R. Ricciuti
Introduces the science of geology, the three classes of rock, and how to identify everything from gemstones to fossils, revealing the history of our planet.
How do they fly? Why do they sing? Learn the habitat of common birds and much more.
Learn the difference between insects and other arthropods. Fascinating photographs, bizarre facts and their ecological importance. Simply amazing!
LEARN MORE LINKS : What are insects? Are they those little creepie crawlies that scare you when you are camping? Are they annoying mosquito's who steal your blood? Are they intelligent ants who have a highly organized social structure?
Common Insects - links and links and more links!