America's Natural Places: The Midwest

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ABC-CLIO, Nov 25, 2009 - Nature - 202 pages
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America's Natural Places: The Midwest examines over 50 of the most spectacular and important areas of this region, with each entry describing the importance of the area, the flora and fauna that it supports, threats to the survival of the region, and what is being done to protect it.

Organized by state within the volume, this work informs readers about the wide variety of natural areas across the Midwest and identifies places near them that demonstrate the importance of preserving such regions.

 

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Jason Ney is a landscape architect for the Rockford Park District, Rockford, IL.

Terri Nichols is a freelance writer.

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