Young Naturalist Series
- Young Naturalist
You are never too young or too old to explore the world of nature. Anyone can be a young naturalist, regardless of age. All you need is a large helping of curiosity; the desire to know more about your surroundings and the creatures that share them; and perhaps, in the case of a very young naturalist, the help of someone older who cares.
- Introducing Mammals to Young Naturalists
This book, which features mammals, is the second in a series of books that will introduce children to a variety of animal species and explore the different facets of nature. "No one is too young or too old to explore the fascinating world of nature." We hope that these books will whet the reader's appetite to learn more about wildlife and the outdoors.
- Introducing Birds to Young Naturalists
This book features only a few of the hundreds of species of birds that live within our borders. Those we have selected may or may not include all of your favorites, but we hope you will agree that each one is worth meeting. In addition to reading about their life cycles, you will also be able to take a closer look at birds in general and learn about their feathers, how eggs form, why birds sing, and how to set up a winter feeding station and build a bird house.
All books by Ilo
The Louise Lindsey Merrick Texas Environment Series. Texas A&M University Press, College Station.