What is in each book? Each species introduced in the books has a description, an illustration, and note on its natural and its interactions with other species. Descriptions also include known herbal, medicinal, or commercial uses, past and present, where applicable.
Where does the money for the books go? All donations for books go directly to the production and publication of more books produced by Radford High School Students.
A Field Guide to the Spring Woodland
Wildflowers of Wildwood Park
…. And coming in 2003-2004 A Field Guide to the Wildlife of the New River !!!
Where can I get one? Books are available at Encore Gifts or the Radford High School Office. You may write to email@example.com and request a copy or download an order form from: http://www.rcps.org/rhs/rhsbio/Taylor/biology/fieldguide.htm
Field Guides are $4.00 each. See order form for discounts on multiple copies.
Microscopic Flora and Fauna of the Tufa Wetland:
In 2003, the Wildwood Committee decide to allow the butterfly gardens to convert to a more natural state, becoming "butterfly meadows." Minimal maintenance, provided by volunteer labor, will ensure that butterfly-attracting plants continue to flourish and support the park's butterflies. However, no effort will be made to maintain manicured gardens. The new meadows should continue to be areas of beauty and will still be used by students of the Radford schools and Radford University for education and research. For more on the history of the Butterfly Gardens/Meadows see the Butterfly Meadows page.
Studies under Dr. Kugler:
Last modified 8 July 2003
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