My vote is for what ever you feel like although wolves sounds great.
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Sent: Friday, February 25, 2005 6:03 AM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Thinking about Animals
My vote is for amebas.
At 11:16 PM 2/24/2005, you wrote:Hey you all,
Just asking, as I plan another round of "scanning" What kinds of animal books would be good on the site.
My library has a well limited, but focused supply. We have predominantly
books on game animals Deer, bear, wolves, rabbits, and other small critters,
and the other predators, wolves, lions, carnivores, and the primates. We
also have a few on Dolphins, sharks, and other fish. Seals, bats, polar
bears, squids, clams, and a few others. We have a fairly small section on
We have a huge bird section. Would any bird books be of any use on the site. There is one, it may be a pain to scan, but my brother says the information is great called "Lives of North American Birds" There is also one called "Hand feeding wild birds. And there are ones on particular birds, Chickadees, and bluebirds come to mind.
I also have a few, "booklets" from a bird song course, or courses I have laying around here, they are copyrighted, and not scripts, so would think they are useful. But let me know.
Also we have a enormous section on domestic animals, pets, and livestock.
Would be of anyone's interest to have books on Unusual pets like lizards,
snakes, and the like. On hamsters, gerbils, guinea Pigs, ferrets, and the
like, books on raising rabbits, sheep, cows, horses, goats, pigs, ducks and
I am going to be submitting eventually a collection on reptiles, I have
Rattlers Snakes with hyperlinks Lizards of the World Turtles, Tortoises, and Teripans Survivors in Armor
So it covers pretty good that section of animal ness.
Let me know what you are thinking.
Smile. I love reading this stuff, and will have eventually seven books by Joy Adamson, the "born free" series up too.
Born Free Living Free Forever Free Pippa's Challenge The Spotted Sphinx Elsa the True Story of a Lioness Elsa's Cubs
But let me know what you are interested in. Oh, we have a section on domestic birds, and on aquariums. and Attracting wild life, and creating wildlife friendly landscaping too.
Let me know O.K. smile, am open to suggestions.
Is there an animal you wanted to read about but haven't because you didn't have the book?
Guys I am free till September and then will have to go dormant for a while,
or so I am telling myself, we shall see, smile. So let me know o.k. I like
reading the science, and animal books, and enjoy doing art and biographies.
I have a lot to be "edited" but am always looking for other things to scan
and add to the pile.
Am working on a few on the Great Lakes, my home turf as it were, and should
have them up soon, and one on Ghosts and Haunting of Pennsylvania. Am
working on "lighthouse Tales" right now.
Shelley L. Rhodes and Judson, guiding golden juddysbuddy@xxxxxxxxxxxx Guide Dogs For the Blind Inc. Graduate Advisory Council www.guidedogs.com
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