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Peregrine Falcon Mini Figure
Peregrine Falcon Mini Figure

Peregrine Falcon Mini Figure

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Peregrine falcon mini figure. Choking hazard, not for children under 3 years old. Measures 3.5" x 3". Weighs 0.6 oz.
Planet Like Ours

Planet Like Ours

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Our planet Earth is as individual and special as each one of us. It's ability to sustain and nurture life is unique in our solar system--and beyond. In this book, celebrate all the wonderful, miraculous, astounding qualities of our Earth while learning how to protect her for future generations. Afterall, If not us, then who? From award-winning author Frank Murphy and Here Wee Read blogger, Charnaie Gordon. Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press. Hardcover with dust jacket, 32 pages. Measures 9.25" x 11.25" x 0.4". Weighs 14.4 oz.
Plants in Disguise

Plants in Disguise

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When you wander a woodland forest, skip through a sunlit meadow, or ramble down a dusty path, you might see a furry tail, a bristly beard, or a fuzzy toe. Did you catch a glimpse of an animal? Or was it a plant in disguise? These wild plants aren't wearing masks or funny noses, but each one displays a feature of a creature. With charming illustrations, engaging prose, and intriguing natural history notes, author Lise Hedegaard and illustrator Debi Schmid introduce elementary-age children to twenty-one native plants with animal names. Budding naturalists and animal lovers alike will delight in peering into the magnifying glass on each page spread for a closer look at the animal feature of plants such as pussytoes, cranesbill, and the cattail. This fresh approach to observing the amazing world of plants and animals makes Plants in Disguise a must-have for schools and libraries. Publisher: Mountain Press Publishing Company. Hardcover, 48 Pages. Measures 9.25"x8.5"x0.25" . Weighs 13.4 oz.

Plush Clip Black Bear

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Plush Clip Opossum

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Plush Clip Red Fox

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South Branch and Upper Potomac Rivers Guide

South Branch and Upper Potomac Rivers Guide

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Take a trip down one of America's most historic rivers with this complete guide to paddling and fishing the South Branch and Upper Potomac Rivers, which covers the water between the Smoke Hole Canyon on the South Branch in West Virginia to the last takeout before the Great Falls on the Main Stem, not far from Washington, D.C.The author reveals the best angling spots, every rapid and major access point, and where the best wildlife and scenery are found, making this an essential guide for rivergoers of all kinds. As a bonus, Ingram includes information on trout fishing in the headwaters, smallmouth bass tactics, birding, and history. Publisher: Headwater Books. Paperback, 176 Pages. Measures 8.9"x5.9"x0.4" . Weighs 10.1 oz.
The Blue, the Gray, and the Green

The Blue, the Gray, and the Green

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The Blue, the Gray, and the Green is one of only a handful of books to apply an environmental history approach to the Civil War. This book explores how nature-disease, climate, flora and fauna, and other factors-affected the war and also how the war shaped Americans' perceptions, understanding, and use of nature. The contributors use a wide range of approaches that serve as a valuable template for future environmental histories of the conflict. In his introduction, Brian Allen Drake describes the sparse body of environmental history literature related to the Civil War and lays out a blueprint for the theoretical basis of each essay. Kenneth W. Noe emphasizes climate and its effects on agricultural output and the battlefield; Timothy Silver explores the role of disease among troops and animals; Megan Kate Nelson examines aridity and Union defeat in 1861 New Mexico; Kathryn Shively Meier investigates soldiers' responses to disease in the Peninsula Campaign; Aaron Sachs, John C. Inscoe, and Lisa M. Brady examine philosophical and ideological perspectives on nature before, during, and after the war; Drew Swanson discusses the war's role in production and landscape change in piedmont tobacco country; Mart A. Stewart muses on the importance of environmental knowledge and experience for soldiers, civilians, and slaves; Timothy Johnson elucidates the ecological underpinnings of debt peonage during Reconstruction; finally, Paul S. Sutter speculates on the future of Civil War environmental studies. The Blue, the Gray, and the Green provides a provocative environmental commentary that enriches our understanding of the Civil War. Publisher: University of Georgia Press. Paperback, 254 Pages. Measures 9"x6"x0.5" . Weighs 13.1 oz.
The Shenandoah and Rappahannock Rivers Guide 2nd Edition

The Shenandoah and Rappahannock Rivers Guide 2nd Edition

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The Shenandoah and Rappahannock Rivers are ideal for relaxation and enjoying nature in a number of ways. Whether you are casting to smallmouth in a quiet pool, shooting through whitewater, or just taking in the beauty and history of the place, The Shenandoah and Rappahannock Rivers Guide will help you enjoy being out on the water.This completely revised and updated edition reveals the best angling spots, every rapid and access point, and where the best wildlife and scenery are found, making this an essential guide for rivergoers of all kinds. As a bonus, Ingram includes lots of information on trout fishing in the tributaries, smallmouth bass tactics, birding, and history. Publisher: Stackpole. Paperback, 167 pages. Measures 6" x 9" x 0.3". Weighs 9.7 oz.
Top Trails: Shenandoah National Park, 2nd Edition

Top Trails: Shenandoah National Park, 2nd Edition

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Top Trails: Shenandoah National Park describes the classic destinations and lesser-known jewels in 50 must-do hikes that explore the heart of the park. Pubilsher: Wilderness Press. Paperback, 332 Pages. Measures 7.75"x5"x0.6" . Weighs 12.4 oz.