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Wildlife and Natural Resources
Iowa Winter Birds -- Iowa Wildlife Series
Iowa Association of Naturalists
As winter arrives, many birds, especially those that feed on seeds or dormant insects, remain in Iowa. Find out more from this free digital publication that assists educators in teaching students about Iowa wildlife.
Students need to be knowledgeable about and appreciate local wildlife in order to better understand the natural environment. The Iowa Association of Naturalists has created this series of booklets to offer a basic understandable overview of Iowa wildlife.
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