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  1. Fish Smother Under Ice
  2. Coyotes in Cook County
  3. Tough Times for the Muskrats
  4. Wild Geese and Ducks Fly North
  5. Squirrels
  6. Spring Frogs
  7. Snapping Turtles
  8. A Phenomenal Spring
  9. Good People Do Not Pick Wildflowers
  10. Fire is the Enemy of Field and Forest
  11. Crows
  12. Earthworms
  13. Bees
  14. Crayfish
  15. Floods
  16. Handaxes and Knives in the Forest Preserves
  17. Ant Sanctuary
  18. Conservation
  19. Mosquitoes
  20. More About Mosquitoes
  21. Fishing in the Forest Preserve
  22. Our River
  23. Grasshoppers
  24. Chiggers
  25. Ticks
  26. Poison Ivy
  27. Fireflies
  28. (Removed from Collection)
  29. Fire!
  30. The Prairie
  31. DDT
  32. Poison Ivy
  33. Moles
  34. Mushrooms
  35. Seed Dispersal
  36. Snakes
  37. More About DDT
  38. Autumn Color
  39. Mammals
  40. Hunting
  41. Turkeys
  42. Coops
  43. Plant and Animal Immigrants
  44. Animal Hibernation
  45. Weather Extremes
  46. Horses
  47. After a Storm
  48. Snow Flakes
  49. Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers

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  50. The Ground Hog
  51. Fire
  52. Meadow Mice
  53. Kangaroo Mice and Deer
  54. Snakes Alive
  55. Rotting Logs
  56. The Skunk
  57. Lake Chicago
  58. The Portage
  59. Pheasants
  60. Ferns
  61. Easter Bunnies
  62. Arbor Day
  63. The Hackberry
  64. Spring - 1946
  65. Bumble Bees
  66. The Beech
  67. Bird Notes
  68. The PawPaw
  69. Camping
  70. Fish Bait
  71. Foliage
  72. Thunderstorms
  73. The Oaks
  74. Mussels
  75. The Kankakee Marsh
  76. Blow Flies
  77. Scum
  78. Katydids
  79. Tree Frogs
  80. Pollen
  81. Rats
  82. Ladybugs
  83. Galls
  84. Life in the Soil
  85. Fires - 1946
  86. Autumn Strolls
  87. Webworms
  88. The Sycamore
  89. McGinnis Geese
  90. Snake Locomotion
  91. Tides
  92. Bird-Feeding Boards
  93. Wild Ducks
  94. The Chipmunk
  95. Cave Animals
  96. Scales
  97. Birds in Winter
  98. Tracks in the Snow
  99. The Prairie Chicken

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  100. The Screech Owl
  101. Hair Snakes
  102. Maple Syrup
  103. The Sparrow Hawk
  104. A Prairie State Park
  105. The Smelt
  106. The Lamprey
  107. Spring Awakening
  108. The Red Fox
  109. The Forest Preserve District
  110. Johnny Appleseed
  111. Spring Walks
  112. Man-Made Lakes and Ponds
  113. Love 'em and Leave 'em
  114. Deer
  115. The Gene
  116. The Sassafras
  117. The Burdock
  118. Corn
  119. Wild Cats and Dogs
  120. The Virgin Prairie
  121. June Bugs
  122. Carp
  123. Woodcock
  124. Jack Frost
  125. Crickets
  126. Mammals of Early Chicago
  127. The Raccoon
  128. The Hazelnut
  129. Cranberries
  130. Tundra
  131. Lichens
  132. Pumpkins
  133. Blue Jays
  134. The Crow
  135. Holly
  136. Mink
  137. The Weasel
  138. Moss Animals
  139. The English Sparrow
  140. The Starling
  141. Lincoln and Darwin
  142. Hibernating Insects
  143. Gurdon S. Hubbard- 1802 - 1886
  144. The Porcupine
  145. Cattails
  146. Migration of Birds
  147. Bats
  148. Migration of Insects, Fish and Mammals
  149. The Eel

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  150. The White Oak
  151. Nocturnal Animals
  152. Spring Wildflowers of the Woodlands
  153. Hawthorns and Crabapples
  154. The Sunfish Family
  155. Catfish
  156. The Grasses
  157. Land Turtles
  158. The Toad
  159. Our Priarie Centennial
  160. Ragweeds
  161. Edible Fall Fruits
  162. The Milkweed
  163. Blackbirds
  164. Crappies
  165. Spider Webs
  166. Broad-Winged hawks
  167. Walnuts
  168. The Illinois and Michigan Canal
  169. The Sweet Potato
  170. The Irish Potato
  171. The Shrew
  172. Mistletoe
  173. Native Evergreens
  174. Coon Hunting
  175. Bread
  176. Flying Squirrels
  177. Frost
  178. Northern Lights
  179. Chickadees, Titmice and Nuthatches
  180. The Badger
  181. The Passenger Pigeon
  182. The Mosquitofish
  183. Doves and Pigeons
  184. Wild Onions
  185. Cottonwoods
  186. The Flicker and the Red Headed Woodpecker
  187. Medicinal Plants
  188. Plants of the Bible
  189. Audubon and Rafinesque
  190. Spring Warblers
  191. Summer Warblers
  192. Moths and Butterflies
  193. Moths
  194. Some Butterflies
  195. Larks and Meadowlarks
  196. The Lotus and the Water Lilies
  197. The Sumacs
  198. Rosinweeds of the Prairies
  199. Herons

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  200. Egrets and Bitterns
  201. Wild Cherries
  202. Leeches
  203. Natural Reds
  204. Wild Grapes
  205. Wasps
  206. House Spiders
  207. Osage Orange
  208. White-Tailed Deer
  209. The Gars
  210. Indian Relics
  211. Christmas Tree Decorations
  212. Gulls
  213. The Paddlefish
  214. Wild Rice
  215. Speed of Animals
  216. Indian Dyes
  217. Useful Bacteria
  218. The Hickories
  219. The Salamanders
  220. Sugar Bush
  221. Water Bugs
  222. Willows
  223. The Martins and the Swallows
  224. Ground Squirrels and Gophers
  225. The Violets
  226. The Kingfisher
  227. The History of Arbor Day
  228. The Mustard Family
  229. The Mockingbirds
  230. The Arums
  231. Lilies
  232. The Bobwhite Quail
  233. Illinois - The Sucker State
  234. Dandelion and Chicory
  235. Edible Mushrooms
  236. Monarch and Viceroy Butterflies
  237. Goldenrod
  238. Autumn Insects
  239. The Persimmon
  240. Old Rail Fences
  241. Fish, Weather and People
  242. Traffic Toll of Wildlife
  243. Uncommon Large Aquatic Birds
  244. Centipedes and Millipedes
  245. Eagles and Buzzards
  246. The Beaver
  247. The Ginkgo and the Dawn Redwood
  248. Extinct and Near-Extinct Animals
  249. Tamarack Bogs

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  250. Bittersweet and Burning Bush
  251. Water, Land and People
  252. Winter Ducks
  253. The Moon
  254. Peanuts
  255. The Ashes
  256. Weevils
  257. Pemmican
  258. Little Fish
  259. Life in a Drop of Water
  260. Ruffed Grouse
  261. Edible Beans and Peas
  262. Songs of Frogs and Toads
  263. The Thrushes
  264. Fish at Night
  265. Thomas Jefferson
  266. Buckeyes and Horse Chestnuts
  267. Owls
  268. Pioneer Flower Gardens
  269. Wild Greens
  270. Common Snakes
  271. Snails and Slugs
  272. The Growth of Fishes
  273. The Cicada
  274. The Whip-Poor-Will
  275. Malaria
  276. Poisonous Plants
  277. Apples and Other Fruits of the Rose Family
  278. Jellyfish and Their Kin
  279. The American Elm
  280. Other Elms
  281. Tumbleweeds
  282. Niagara Limestone
  283. Pioneer Schools
  284. Gourds
  285. Native American Cats
  286. The Black Bear
  287. Old Schoolyard Games
  288. The Cardinal
  289. Termites
  290. Spices
  291. Tobacco
  292. Lice
  293. Fleas
  294. Henry de Tonty
  295. Fish of the Great Lakes
  296. The Opossum
  297. Civil War Makeshifts
  298. Bluegrass
  299. Dragonflies and Damselflies

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  300. The Orioles
  301. Talking Birds
  302. House Wrens
  303. The Tulip Tree
  304. The Clovers
  305. Prairie Birds of the Cornbelt
  306. Trees with Pods
  307. Fish-Eating Birds
  308. Some Barnyard Weeds
  309. Stephen Alfred Forbes
  310. Charcoal
  311. Blueberries and Huckleberries
  312. The Shrikes
  313. The Tomato
  314. The Woolly Bear
  315. Daddy-Long Legs
  316. The Red Oak
  317. Pondweeds
  318. Song of the Wind
  319. Ticks and Human Diseases
  320. The Behavior of Lakes
  321. Flax
  322. Primitive Fishes
  323. The American Bison
  324. The Slaughter of the Bison
  325. The Quaking Aspen
  326. Christmas in Early America
  327. Ice Fishing
  328. Coffee
  329. The First Coal Plants
  330. Plants of the Coal Age
  331. "Modern" Coal Plants
  332. Mosses
  333. The Dog's Ancestors
  334. Gregor Mendel (1822 - 1884)
  335. Hollow Trees
  336. The Mallows
  337. The Bee Language
  338. Black Bass Behavior
  339. Spring Fever
  340. Salt
  341. Spice Bush and Witch Hazel
  342. Almanacs and Dowsers
  343. The Catalpa
  344. Some Lizards of the Middle West
  345. Mayflies
  346. Cuckoos and Cowbirds
  347. Hummingbirds
  348. The Froghopper or Spittlebug
  349. Tornadoes

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  350. Dodder
  351. Coots, Gallinules and Rails
  352. The Smartweed Family
  353. Sorghums
  354. Possums and Persimmons
  355. Mast
  356. The Hornbeam
  357. Parasitic Wasps
  358. Hemp
  359. Earthworms
  360. The First Americans
  361. Fluorspar
  362. Junipers
  363. Oranges
  364. Rice
  365. Tea
  366. Sweet Gum and Tupelo Gum
  367. Harmonie & New Harmony Indiana
  368. Illinois a La Liette
  369. Water Fleas and their Kin
  370. Animal Tails
  371. Chestnut Blight
  372. Topsoil and Subsoil
  373. Weather Superstitions
  374. Conservation and Outdoor Education in the Schools
  375. Conservation and Outdoor Education
  376. Muskellunge Pike and Pickerel
  377. Grass Fires
  378. Land Snails
  379. Hellgrammites, Doodlebugs and Stink Flies
  380. Quackgrass and Crabgrass
  381. Flycatchers
  382. Wild Roses
  383. Linnaeus
  384. Morning Glories
  385. Bog Plants
  386. Wildlife in Chicago
  387. Indian Agriculture and Foods
  388. Indian Tribes of the Northwest Territory
  389. Mounds Builders
  390. Goldfish
  391. The Plants of Vacant Lots
  392. Sayings of Southern Indiana and Illinois
  393. The Maples
  394. Canoes
  395. Robert Kennicott
  396. Domestic Chickens
  397. The Codling Moth or Apple Worm
  398. Other Members of the Maple Clan
  399. Large Owls

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  400. Reindeer and Caribou
  401. Stream Pollution
  402. Winter
  403. Eyes of Animals
  404. Scale Insects and Mealy Bugs
  405. Crawfish or Crayfish?
  406. Tree Diaries
  407. A Drop of Water
  408. Ground Water
  409. Lettuce and Its Relatives
  410. Farm Ponds
  411. The Dutch Elm Disease
  412. The Suckers
  413. Parsnips
  414. The Marsh Hawk
  415. The Bullfrog
  416. Cattail Chemurgy
  417. Sweet Violets
  418. Garden Spiders
  419. Maple Syrup and Maple Sugar
  420. Water Snakes
  421. Aphids
  422. Basswood
  423. A Remarkable Spring
  424. The Little Red Schoolhouse
  425. Elderberries
  426. Nettles
  427. The Otter
  428. Robber Flies
  429. Squirrel Hunting
  430. Theodore Roosevelt
  431. Asters
  432. The Mint Family
  433. Clouds
  434. Nuts
  435. Clay
  436. Old Sauk Trail
  437. Forest Preserve Wildlife
  438. Paper Bags
  439. Bald Cypress
  440. Exotic Animals
  441. Rotting Logs
  442. Albinos
  443. Thistles
  444. Ernest Thompson Seton
  445. Sleeping Birds
  446. Click Beetle
  447. Calendars
  448. Freshwater Sponges
  449. Medieval Names for Animals

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  450. The Illinois Ozarks
  451. Your Forest Preserves a Green Belt
  452. Uses of Mussels
  453. The Housefly
  454. Mosquito Control in the Forest Preserves
  455. Bird's Eggs - Their Size, Shape and Color
  456. Incubation of Birds' Eggs
  457. Mr. Big Noise -- The Cicada
  458. Lightning
  459. Tiger Beetles -- The BUshwhackers
  460. The Nightshade Family
  461. The Goldfinch
  462. The Paper Birch
  463. Birchbark Canoes
  464. Cotton
  465. School Trips in Autumn
  466. Mullein
  467. Hornets, Wasps and Yellow Jackets
  468. Cocoons
  469. Weed Seeds
  470. Bird Banding
  471. Herbs
  472. Cider
  473. Rabbits and Hares
  474. Duck Banding
  475. Christmas Customs and Traditions
  476. Hops
  477. Sawdust and Chips
  478. Little Climates -- Part One
  479. Oak Wilt
  480. Feathers
  481. Little Climates -- Weather Just Above The Ground
  482. The Killdeer
  483. Cockroaches
  484. School Trips & Projects in Spring
  485. Hibernation of Frogs and Turtles
  486. The Life Span of Animals
  487. Bedbugs
  488. Droughts
  489. Wild Teas and Tonics
  490. The Dogwoods
  491. Mites
  492. Bouncing Bet or Soapwort
  493. The Pocket Gopher
  494. Spring Fever Time is Here Again
  495. Cucumbers
  496. The Bobolink
  497. The Sunflowers
  498. The Mulberries
  499. The Lobelias

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  500. Corn Products
  501. Buzzards
  502. The Wood Duck
  503. Castor Beans and Castor Oil
  504. Moose
  505. Arrowheads
  506. The History of the Microscope
  507. Viability of Seeds
  508. Winter Field Trips
  509. Potlatch Festivals
  510. Cranes
  511. Dates
  512. Big Weasels
  513. Benjamin Franklin -- 1706 - 1790
  514. Moles
  515. The Homing Instinct
  516. Tree Rings
  517. Horses and Their Kin
  518. Ant Societies
  519. Alligators and Crocodiles
  520. Plows and Plowing
  521. Venom
  522. Potato Beetles
  523. Peat
  524. Tree Flowers
  525. Native Sparrows
  526. The Honeysuckles
  527. Native Orchids
  528. American Peppers
  529. Gnats and Midges
  530. Cankerworms
  531. Freshwater Shore Lines
  532. Ivies
  533. Litterbugs
  534. Workshops and Field Trips for Teachers
  535. The School Terrarium
  536. The Gentians
  537. The Muskrat -- Little Brother of the Beaver
  538. Clean Streams
  539. Leaf Miners
  540. Poisonous Snakes in Illinois -- Questions and Answers
  541. Birds' Nests
  542. The Atmosphere
  543. The Soybean
  544. Iron Pots and Kettles
  545. Deer Mice and White-Footed Mice
  546. The Olive
  547. The Chicago Academy of Sciences
  548. Frankincense and Myrrh
  549. Frozen Alaska

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  550. Bird Protection in Illinois
  551. Woodlands for Pleasure
  552. Shrimp
  553. The Lake Trout
  554. The Birth and Life of Our Atmosphere
  555. The Tipi
  556. Algae
  557. Chlorophyll
  558. Windmills
  559. The Vernal Equinox
  560. Cormorants
  561. Building Soil in the Forest Preserves
  562. Saving Soils in the Forest Preserves
  563. The Ailanthus
  564. The Figwort Family
  565. Lilacs
  566. Leafhoppers
  567. Ginseng
  568. Plant Odors
  569. DED
  570. Walking
  571. Chicago's Continental Divide
  572. Autumn Fruits and Nuts
  573. Grasshoppers and Locusts
  574. Loons
  575. Maize
  576. Drosophila
  577. School Aquariums
  578. Waginogans and Other Indian Homes
  579. The Japanese Beetle
  580. School Lecture and Movie Programs
  581. Life in a Tree Hole
  582. Fine Particles in Soils
  583. Honey
  584. Blood
  585. Father Marquette's Last Christmas
  586. Teasel
  587. Silica Sand
  588. Snow
  589. Hair, Hides and Tallow
  590. Candles
  591. Marco Polo
  592. Bows and Arrows -- Part One: The Bow
  593. Bows and Arrows -- Part Two: Arrows and Archers
  594. Bark
  595. Bird Beaks and Feet
  596. The Blue Flag and the Iris Family
  597. Carnivorous Plants
  598. Carpenter Ants
  599. Modern Uses of Drug Plants

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  600. Frog, Toad and Salamander Eggs
  601. John Muir
  602. Food Chains in the Woodland
  603. Pollen and Pollination
  604. The Banana
  605. The Tumblebug & Scarab Beetle
  606. The Des Plaines River -- Part One
  607. The Des Plaines River -- Part Two
  608. Jens Jensen
  609. Classroom Projects -- Part One
  610. Classroom Projects -- Part Two
  611. Animal Hands
  612. Pelicans
  613. Wild Life Restoration in the Forest Preserves
  614. Pearls
  615. Waterfowl Migrations
  616. Swans
  617. The Life History of a Pond
  618. Springs
  619. Turkeys
  620. Sod Houses
  621. Chewing Gum
  622. The Christmas Bird Count
  623. Matches
  624. Nesting Habits of Owls
  625. Boulders
  626. Cork
  627. Childhood Customs and Superstitions
  628. River Steamboats
  629. Burls and Other Unusual Woods
  630. Another Look at Bark
  631. Pineapples
  632. Aquatic Turtles
  633. Ferns are Fascinating
  634. Horsetail and Club Mosses
  635. Do Animals Talk?
  636. Grebes
  637. Illinois Archaeology
  638. Molds
  639. Water Beetles
  640. The Ax
  641. The Red Squirrel
  642. Molting in Reptiles and Amphibians
  643. The Praying Mantis and Walking Stick
  644. Covered Bridges
  645. Bulletin 645 is Missing - Never Published
  646. The Skokie Lagoons
  647. Schoolroom Zoos
  648. Porpoises and Dolphins
  649. Prickly Ash and Prickly Pear

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  650. Wildlife in Chicago
  651. Columbus Day
  652. Scorpions
  653. Halloween
  654. Early Chicago Hunters
  655. The Grizzly and the Big Brown Bears
  656. The Waxwings
  657. Cheese
  658. Fur
  659. Wildlife's Winter Diet
  660. Tree Secrets in Tree Rings
  661. Ice
  662. Plant Rosettes
  663. The Sturgeons
  664. Chocolate and Cocoa
  665. Snow Insects
  666. Sod House Furnishings
  667. The Fossils of Niagara Limestone
  668. Grosbeaks
  669. Slate, Shale & Mudstone
  670. Wetlands
  671. The Wildlife of Ireland
  672. The Sandpipers
  673. Bracken, Maidenhair and Walking Ferns
  674. The Minnow Family
  675. Dispersal
  676. Trees of the Bible
  677. The Cactuses
  678. Thoreau
  679. Woodland Wildflowers in May
  680. Solitary Wasps and Bees
  681. Pit Vipers
  682. Mosquito Life Histories
  683. Outdoor Manners
  684. Kitchen Botany
  685. Broomcorn and Broom Making
  686. American Bats
  687. Pesticides
  688. Terns
  689. Plants Poisonous to Animals
  690. Life on the Bottom of a Stream
  691. The Mourning Dove
  692. Dipper Ducks and Diving Ducks
  693. The Constrictor Snakes of the Chicago Area
  694. Native Shade Trees to Replace Elms
  695. Mincemeat and Apple Butter
  696. The Laughton Ford and Trading Post
  697. The Illiniwek
  698. The Shapes of Animals
  699. Poinsettia -- The Christmas Plant

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  700. Illinois Foxes
  701. Aldo Leopold
  702. The Seaweeds
  703. Wild Pigs
  704. Winter Birds from Canada in Chicagoland
  705. Blacksmith Shops
  706. Color Changes in Fish, Frogs and Lizards
  707. Soil Minerals
  708. The Bur Oak
  709. Sand Ridges and Dunes in the Calumet Region
  710. The Palos Preserves: Part One -- Their History
  711. The Arums
  712. The Palos Preserves: Part Two: Their Attractions for People
  713. Flowers of the Bible
  714. The Whooping Crane
  715. May Day
  716. Asparagus
  717. The Walleye and Yellow Perch
  718. The Trout
  719. Rabies
  720. Smells and Smellers
  721. Wild Blackberries, Raspberries and Strawberries
  722. Exploring for Insects
  723. The Insect Orchestra
  724. Natural Science Projects
  725. Wampum
  726. Where Do They Go?
  727. Blue Haze and Red Sunsets
  728. Plovers
  729. Animal Noses
  730. Horns and Antlers
  731. Canada Geese
  732. The Cottontail Rabbit
  733. Animals that Hide Underground
  734. Butchering Day on the Farm
  735. Licorice
  736. Log Cabins
  737. Homemade
  738. Early Cook County Roads -- Part One
  739. Early Cook County Roads -- Part Two
  740. The Musk Ox
  741. Cattle
  742. The Need for Open Lands
  743. Domestic Animals that go Wild
  744. George Washington
  745. Leap Year
  746. Wheat
  747. Guinea Pigs and Hamsters
  748. Shabbona
  749. Purple and Scarlet
  750. Grafting
  751. Regeneration of Lost Parts in Animals
  752. Primitive Fishing Tackle
  753. The Lombardy Poplar
  754. Crabapples
  755. Wildflower Restoration in the Forest Preserves
  756. Louis Agassiz
  757. Waterdogs, Hellbenders, Sirens and Congo Eels
  758. Poppies
  759. Reapers

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