By Donald Joyce Borror; Richard E White
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6th quantity within the "Eyes and No Eyes" sequence, introduces young ones to insect lifestyles by way of amassing numerous specimens after which interpreting them intimately, selecting their elements and staring at their lifestyles cycles. comprises caterpillars, established moths and butterflies, damaging and necessary beetles, wasps and bees, flies, ants, and crickets and grasshoppers.
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The Sanganois is a good place to get in trouble, and it's not always because of the difficulty in getting around in there. Sometimes we would hunt there with the Curless boysRobert and Jim Sr. and Jim Jr. When we weren't hunting with them, we'd meet them on the way there or on the way back. My mother, Maye, was a Curless, so they were family. llJr. took a job as a game warden. I never will forget when he got that job. I was building a cabin near Anderson Lake. Jim came up while I was working and told me.
It was a job any man would be proud to have accomplished. They farmed that land until 1926 Ol- 1927. That's when the river entered their lives, and mine. One year, the swollen river broke through the levees and wiped out their corn crop~everything they had was suddenly gone. We children got up the next morning after the levees broke and sawall the water. To us, it was exciting. But to my father and grandfather, it was the end. They'd seen their hopes and dreams wiped out while they stood by, helpless.
The Department of Conservation had held its annual duck blind drawing at Browning that day. After it was over, some of the boys decided to go to Bluff City at the levee and kill some wood ducks, even though it wasn't duck season. I heard about it, so Gene Richardson and I decided to go over there and watch. When we got there, we found my son Ron and two game wardens, John Schoonover and Tom Logsden. I got out of my car and walked over to where the wardens and my son were . I asked what the problem was, and John said my son had been shooting wood ducks.
A field guide to the insects of America north of Mexico by Donald Joyce Borror; Richard E White