Nature Canada 2000 - Abstracts

Nature Canada 2000
1999-2000 annual report.(Canadian Nature Federation)Science and technologyRyan, Suzanne
A brainy bird.(common raven)Science and technologyRuntz, Michael
All bite no bark.(cacti prickles)Science and technologyBeresford-Kroeger, Diana
A naturalist's guide to the Web.(World Wide Web sites)Science and technologySchroeder, Curt
Boundary Bay: Fraser River Delta Region British Columbia.(Important Bird Areas in Canada)Science and technologyStabb, Mark
Capelin: so excellent a fish.Science and technologySaunders, Gary L.
Crawling with words.(invertebrates)(Column)Science and technologyAaron, Richard
From the ground up.(bird conservation, Canada)Science and technologyStabb, Mark
Getting to know you.(rattlesnakes)(Cover Story)Science and technologyThornton, Steve
Give and take.(Canada, national parks)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Greening the economy.(environmental aspects, Canada)Science and technologyFreeman, Aaron
In praise of cavities.(cavities in trees as nesting sites for birds)Science and technologyRuntz, Michael
King of the forest: the black walnut, Juglans nigra, has carved the face of our continent into what it is today.(includes sidebar article on how to grow black walnut tree)Science and technologyBeresford-Kroeger, Diana
Knee-high to nature.(encouraging children's interest in nature)Science and technologySaunders, Gary L.
Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home.(Lady Beetle)Science and technologyJohnson, Marc
Marten manipulations.(pine marten population in Newfoundland, Canada)Science and technologyAniskowicz-Fowler, B.T.
Mismanagement in PEI National Park.(Prince Edward Island)Science and technologySpence, Christie
Mother nature meets father time.(history at Gros Morne National Park)Science and technologySchneider, Dan
Names for sale.(naming organisms)Science and technologyAaron, Richard
Nature on line: a naturalist's guide to the web.Science and technologySchroeder, Curt
North America's largest shorebird.(long-billed curlew)Science and technologyWake, Winifred
Of trilliums and trout flies: with spring wildflower names, meaning and lore often go hand in hand.Science and technologyAaron, Richard
Pet alert: the wood turtle is a favourite target of pet trade collectors.Science and technologyWake, Winifred (Cairns)
Report card on species.(evaluating the protection of endangered species)Science and technologyJohnson, Marc
Santa's reindeer.(caribou)Science and technologyWake, Winifred
Sky stone.(shooting stars)Science and technologySaunders, Gary L.
Something old something new.(Nova Scotia's provincial park Cape Chignecto)Science and technologyDelong, Jodi
Soul music: nothing stirs the Canadian psyche like the cry of the loon.Science and technologyRuntz, Michael
Tabusintac: a dynamic coastal home for plovers and terns.(birds, Canada)Science and technologyStabb, Mark
The blob.(bryozoans)Science and technologyStabb, Mark
The bone collectors paradise: two provincial parks in Alberta are a real find for fossil lovers.Science and technologyJackson, Matthew
The colour orange.(sunburst lichen)Science and technologyGoward, Trevor
The magic elder.(elderberry, tree)Science and technologyBeresford-Kroeger, Diana
The mollusc man.(Robert Forsyth)Science and technologyMitic, Trudy Duivenvoorden
The power of networking.(Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network)Science and technologyStabb, Mark
The world's treasures: it's easier to identify them than to protect them.Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Tunnel vision.(moles)Science and technologySchneider, Dan
Wood Buffalo woes: the threats to North America's largest national park prove that size does not matter.Science and technologyStruzik, Ed
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