The Nocturnal Naturalist

The Nocturnal Naturalist

In The Nocturnal Naturalist, she observes the wilderness from dusk to dawn, chronicling the four seasons with observations, reflections and discoveries. Illustrated with the author's own artwork, this book presents a world many of us miss.

Author: Cathy Johnson

Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media

ISBN: 1635618371

Category: Science

Page: 242

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Venturing out into the night over a year, Cathy Johnson is rewarded with nature's bountiful activity. In The Nocturnal Naturalist, she observes the wilderness from dusk to dawn, chronicling the four seasons with observations, reflections and discoveries. Illustrated with the author's own artwork, this book presents a world many of us miss.
Categories: Science

A Naturalist s Cabin

A Naturalist s Cabin

In this richly detailed narrative, naturalist Cathy Johnson recounts how she came to build a cabin in the Missouri wildness after stumbling upon a rustic pond one summer.

Author: Cathy Johnson

Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media

ISBN: 1635610656

Category: House & Home

Page: 210

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In this richly detailed narrative, naturalist Cathy Johnson recounts how she came to build a cabin in the Missouri wildness after stumbling upon a rustic pond one summer. Scraping together their savings, she and her husband buy the pond and 18 acres of land-a glorious retreat where Johnson observes nature's astounding beauty.
Categories: House & Home

Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science

Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science

There are three classes of these creatures , divided into diurnal , twilight and
nocturnal flyers . The eyes of the nocturnal species are constructed something
like the owls , that is they are incapable of bearing the bright light of the sun . Any
one ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044103225744

Category: Geology

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Categories: Geology

The Naturalist on the River Amazons

The Naturalist on the River Amazons

The nocturnal animals then come forth. A monstrous hairy spider, five inches in
expanse, of a brown colour, with yellowish lines along its stout legs — which is
very common here, inhabiting broad tubular galleri e smoothly lined with silken
web ...

Author: Henry Walter Bates

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105040533270

Category: Amazon River Valley

Page: 394

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The Victorian Naturalist

The Victorian Naturalist

A second novelty was the taking eggs of the Owlet Night - jar and a nest and egg
of the Whitethroated Tree Creeper in the same hollow . It is a good plan to tap
hollow trees or stumps . By so doing a Night - jar was flushed from a hole not
many ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106244379

Category: Natural history

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Categories: Natural history

A Naturalist s Rambles about Home

A Naturalist s Rambles about Home

These partially if not strictly nocturnal species are those that I have considered as
having the power to give out or utter a truly vocal sound , and they are the more
plainly colored species . The brilliant tints being of little or no use by night ...

Author: Charles Conrad Abbott

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015064488524

Category: Animals

Page: 485

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Categories: Animals

Songs and Saunterings by a Poet and Naturalist

Songs and Saunterings by a Poet and Naturalist

night . In the barn the crickets grow more and more musical . It seems probable
that they feed and grow upon the hay . Grasshoppers are hissing in the hot
meadows as if the meadows were frying in the sunshine . In the night there is a
certain ...

Author: George J. Breed

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112004643059

Category: American poetry

Page: 270

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Categories: American poetry

The Naturalist s Poetical Companion

The Naturalist s Poetical Companion

To ancient Naturalists , Bats were a subject of much perplexity . They were
ranked by them as birds ... With several of the nocturnal birds , they have
generally been considered as creatures of sad omen . In the Faerie Queen , we
read of The ill ...

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:50196530

Category: English poetry

Page: 416

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Categories: English poetry

The Naturalist

The Naturalist

I need hardly say it was an Otter . NOTES - ORNITHOLOGY . The Night - jar in
Cumberland . - I feel tempted to offer a few remarks on this interesting bird
suggested by Mr. Friend's notes , which appeared in the August issue of “ The
Naturalist .

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ISBN: UCBK:C063039313

Category: Geology

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The American Naturalist

The American Naturalist

... or disorderly mass , where each must closely regulate his movements
according to the action of his immediate companions if he would avoid collision
and injury . Not only is this important in diurnal travels , but in the nocturnal
bivouac , and ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015000399371

Category: Biology

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Categories: Biology

The naturalist s poetical companion with notes selected by E Wilson

The naturalist s poetical companion  with notes  selected by E  Wilson

Naturalist pseud, Edward WILSON (M.A., F.L.S.). TO THE BAT ... To ancient
Naturalists , Bats were a subject of much perplexity . They were ... With several of
the nocturnal birds , they have generally been considered as creatures of sad
omen .

Author: Naturalist pseud

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ISBN: BL:A0017787239

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The Ottawa Naturalist

The Ottawa Naturalist

I had frequently heard the pack in full cry at night . Had it been close at hand , the
sound might have proved terrifying to persons not gifted with an ear capable of
appreciating nature's majestic harmonies . To me , however , the nocturnal
chorus ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B4150868

Category: Natural history

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The Naturalist in La Plata

The Naturalist in La Plata

But though they manifest such a terror of dogs when out feeding at night (for the
slowest dog can overtake them), in the ... 309 naturalist; for it shows that the
native dogs on the pampas have developed a very remarkable instinct, and one
that ...

Author: William Henry Hudson

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ISBN: 9783752303223

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Page: 248

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Reproduction of the original: The Naturalist in La Plata by William Henry Hudson
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Leaves from a Naturalist s Notebook

Leaves from a Naturalist s Notebook

Those flags that seem to have been irregularly cropped by some careless reaper
betoken the nocturnal dietary of the water - voles , which steal out silently by night
and nibble the reeds with a relish that can best be imagined by those who ...

Author: Andrew Wilson

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWF7JC

Category: Nature

Page: 255

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Categories: Nature

The Naturalist s Library Foreign butterflies

The Naturalist s Library  Foreign butterflies

When at rest the anterior wings are kept in a horizontal position , or but slightly
turned upwards ; one peculiarity among many others in which they resemble the
nocturnal lepidoptera . We are indebted to Mr. Macleay for an account of the ...

Author: William Jardine

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105024435583

Category: Entomology

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Categories: Entomology

The Entertaining Naturalist

The Entertaining Naturalist

the constant passing and repassing of these creatures ; and it is worthy the
admiration of the naturalist to consider how busy the whole legion appears , in
bringing bits of straw , dead bodies of other insects , or in carrying away their
eggs , if ...

Author: Mrs. Loudon (Jane)

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044106193576

Category: Natural history

Page: 544

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Categories: Natural history

The home naturalist

The home naturalist

The Nocturnal Lepidoptera are now divided by our best entomologists into
sections and families , as follows : Section 1 . NOCTURNI , or the Sphingides and
Bombycides of Linnæus . Thirteen families are comprised in this section , but we
can ...

Author: Harland Coultas

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ISBN: OXFORD:590264455

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The Oregon Naturalist

The Oregon Naturalist

North and South America , while Attacus luna cies of the Nocturnal Lepidopteru ,
commencing is dispersed over the United States and parts with the great family
Spingido . and taking , of Canada . The beautilul Trope . noe are confor example
 ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B4150794

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The Midland Naturalist

The Midland Naturalist

... being the normal ones; and further, that Panceri's suggestion appears to us to
be of much weight, and that it is quite possible that it also gives the clue to Sir
John Dalyell's statement concerning the “nocturnal habits " of Penmatulae.

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ISBN: UCAL:B3051809

Category: Natural history

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Categories: Natural history

The Naturalist in La Plata

The Naturalist in La Plata

naturalist ; for it shows that the native dogs on the pampas have developed a very
remarkable instinct , and one that might ... When it is required to train dogs to bunt
the nocturnal armadillo ( Dasypus villosus ) , then this deep - rooted ( and , it ...

Author: William Henry Hudson

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044072260748

Category: Animal behavior

Page: 394

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Categories: Animal behavior