University of Virginia catalogue of a collection of books, manuscripts, maps, engravings, and photographs related to nature writing about the state from the Seventeenth through Twentieth Centuries.
Annotated bibliography of books written about the natural world between Lake Michigan and the Rocky Mountains.
Profiles of authors, John Burroughs Medal Award recipients, quotations, techniques, Ron Harton's nature journal, submitted works, and links.
Annually awards medals to authors of natural history books and nature essays. Lists of award winners and nature books for young readers, and membership information.
Brief bibliography by the Library of Congress.
Promotes the exchange of ideas and information about literature and other cultural representations that consider human relationships with the natural world.
Tables of contents and subscription information for this journal of ecological literary criticism, produced by the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment.
Excerpts, reviews, bird photos, and links from the author of "Going Wild: Adventures with Birds in the Suburban Wilderness."
An inspiring book on butterflies and their significance in religion, mythology, superstition, literature, and the arts.