How to Keep a Naturalist's Notebook by Susan Leigh Tomlinson

By Susan Leigh Tomlinson

A distinctive, art-filled how-to consultant geared to natural world scholars and naturalists, in response to the author's university path. Pages from real box notebooks essentially illustrate what works and why. tricks and recommendation for outdoorspeople with even restricted creative skills.

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