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What Do You Do With a Field Book? - Field Book Project

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Tuesday, 24 June 2014

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M. Flannery

I read field books for inspiration. The fact that so many of them were written under difficult conditions: extreme heat and cold, humidity or freezing temps, no electricity, etc., make them amazing symbols of the human spirit. Plus they are just plain interesting.

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Field Book Project Website

The Field Book Project is an initiative to increase accessibility to field book content that documents natural history. Through ongoing partnerships within and beyond the Smithsonian Institution, the Project is making field books easier to find and available in a digital format for current research, as well as inspiring new ways of utilizing these rich information resources.
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