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Suggested References and Additional Sources Of Information

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Public libraries and bookstores:

Brown, F. and N. Jones (eds.). 1991. The Georgia Conservancy's Guide to the North Georgia Mountains. 2nd Edition. Longstreet Press, Atlanta, Georgia.

Bull, J. and J. Farrand, Jr. 1995. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds. Alfred A. Knopf Inc., New York, New York.

Choate, J. R., J. K. Jones, Jr., and C. Jones. 1994. Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Conant, R. and J. T. Collins. 1991. Peterson Field Guides: Reptiles and Amphibians, Eastern/Central North America. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Massachusetts.

Duncan, W. and L. E. Foote. 1975. Wildflowers of the Southeastern United States. University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia.

McKee, G. (ed.). 1993. A Guide to the Georgia Coast. 2nd Edition. The Georgia Conservancy. Longstreet Press, Atlanta, Georgia.

Murie, O. J. 1974. The Peterson Field Guide Series: A Field Guide to Animal Tracks. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Massachusetts.

Newcomb, L. 1977. Newcomb's Wildflower Guide. Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, Massachusetts.

Petrides, G. A. 1988. Peterson Field Guides: Eastern Trees. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Massachusetts.

Schoettle, H. E. Taylor. 1993. A Naturalist's Guide to St. Simon's Island. Watermarks Printing Company, St. Simon's Island, Georgia.

Wharton, C. H. 1978. The Natural Environments of Georgia. Bulletin 114. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Georgia Geological Survey, Atlanta, Georgia.

Georgia DNR, Wildlife Resources Division: You may request lists of species that occur in Georgia and descriptions of particular species by calling 770-918-6416 (Wildlife Resources Division Information) or 912-994-1438 (Nongame-Endangered Wildlife Program).

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: You may request lists of federally threatened and endangered species and other information by calling 404-679-7319.

Yellow pages: By looking under "Environmental," "Nature Centers," and "Wildlife Management" in the telephone book, you can find out how to contact local wildlife organizations and nature centers in your area.