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Reading non-fiction books has given me lots of information to use in this website. Also other publications in the form of magazines, newspapers, and encyclopedias are very helpful too. Researching the internet for sources has turned into a valuable, not to be missed, source. It is so wonderful to have so much information at your fingertips. The following are books that I have used as sources, but some were ones that I had bought just to read long before I had this website. I guess my brain is just working overtime. I haven't really reviewed them, but if you are looking for further information on the pages covered by this site, these will help.

  • "Wild Animals of North America" published by the National Geographic Society
  • "Eastern Forest" by Ann and Myron Sutton
  • "Elephant" by Ian Redmond
  • "Elephant Memories" by Cynthia Moss
  • "Ranch of Dreams" by Cleveland Amory
  • "The Eye of the Elephant" by Delia and Mark Owens
  • "When Elephants Weep" by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson and Susan McCarthy
  • "Eastern Birds" by John Farrand, Jr.
  • "Hummingbirds" by Andrew Cleave
  • "Exploring the Deep Frontier" by Sylvia Earle and Al Giddings
  • "The Ocean Realm" published by the National Geographic Society
  • "The Concise Illustrated Book of Whales and Dolphins" by Ray Gambell
  • "Nature Journal" by George Ellison published weekly in the Asheville Citizen-Times
  • "Tall Blondes" by Lynn Sherr
  • "National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers" Eastern Region by William Niering and Nancy Olmstead
  • "North American Wildlife" published by Reader's Digest
  • "Elephants: A Cultural and Natural History" by Karl Groning and Martin Saller
  • Peterson's Field Guide "Medicinal Plants and Herbs" Eastern/Central Region by Steven Foster and James A. Duke
  • "Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul" by Jack Canfield, Marty Becker, and Carol Kline with contributions by many
  • "Animals" 1419 Copyright-Free Illustrations of Mammals, Birds, Fish, Insects,etc. : A pictorial archive from 19th century sources selected by Jim Harter
  • "The Sibley Guide to Birds" by David Allen Sibley for the National Audubon Society

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