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Saturday, July 23, 2016: The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library has two new books in the Outdoors & Nature section. The new titles this week are "The Bee Book" and "Meerkats."

Watkins Glen State Park - located on the edge of the village of Watkins Glen, New York

Daily Deals 12/30/16 (Kid Lit, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Humor & Satire, Coming of Age, Contemporary Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs, Outdoors & Nature, Writing Skills, Parenting & Relationships, British Detectives, Historical Fiction, Classics, War & Military, Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic, Women's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Police Procedurals, Romantic Suspense, Starred Reviews)

FTLON is a concept for a website I had in mind for quite a while. It documents my travels in a creative way. You can choose your "country" and filter "nature" or "wildlife" to enjoy its flora and fauna. * This is a personal project, and is fictional (no…

FTLON is a concept for a website I had in mind for quite a while. It documents my travels in a creative way. You can choose your "country" and filter "nature" or "wildlife" to enjoy its flora and fauna. * This is a personal project, and is fictional (no…

Free Audiobook – White Fang (Classics, Literary Fiction, Outdoors & Nature, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense)

Saturday, January 7, 2017: The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library has one new book in the Outdoors & Nature section. The new title this week is "The Outer Beach: A Thousand-Mile Walk on Cape Cod's Atlantic Shore."

15 Fabulous Books about Forest Animals

Awesome books about woodland animals and life in the forest! Both fiction & nonfiction titles that are perfect for kids ages 2 - 12 years.

The Glory Hole

This is resemblant of the eery waters that Beowulf had to go into to travel to Grendel's mother's lair. (https://roadtrippers.com/us/ozark-national-forest-ar/nature/the-glory-hole)

From "blumen ohne wasser (Flowers without water)" series by German photographer Maria Grossmann, in collaboration with Monika Schürle. Nice contrast of nature vs. manmade, life vs. decay...