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Philips' Nature Calendar, 1911

Nature volume 85, page 304 (05 January 1911) | Download Citation



NOTES are given on the characteristic animal and plant life of each month, and on garden operations. There are also notes on general aspects and problems of nature-study, intended to suggest subjects for lessons and observations. The calendar is intended to be hung upon a wall, and it should be of decided service in directing attention to the changing face of animate nature throughout the year.

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