Selected Internet Sites
There is an almost unlimited amount of textual and pictorial
natural history information, on all levels, from casual browsing to
advanced scholarly research on the Internet.
Botanical.com A Modern Herbal
Botanical.com A Modern Herbal is an electronic version of Mrs. Maud Grieve's 1931 edition of A Modern Herbal. It describes over 800 varieties of medicinal, culinary, and cosmetic herbs.
National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII)
Provides information on and access to biological databases, information products, directories, and guides maintained by Federal, state, and local government agencies, and private organizations.
National Wildlife Refuge System
Includes addresses of wildlife refuges, exhibits, festivals, tours, and current and pending legislation.
Special Libraries Association Natural History Caucus
This website has hundreds of links to natural history museums and libraries, electronic journals and newsletters, bibliographies, and programs.
United States Fish & Wildlife Service: Fish and Wildlife Reference Service (FWRS)
FWRS receives, indexes, stores, and distributes copies of reports produced by state, and other, fish and wildlife agencies. Over 25,000 documents, dating back to 1966 can be accessed through this website.