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Useful References

Animal Care from Protozoa to Small Mammals. Orlans, F.B. Addison-Wesley, Menlo Park, California. 1977. [see Chapter 17, Experiments with Students, pp. 320-340]

Animals in Biology Classrooms, Including Alternatives to Dissection. Hairston, R. National Association of Biology Teacher, Reston, Virginia. 1990.

Biology is Outdoors! A Comprehensive Resource for Studying School Environments. Hancock, J.M. J. Weston Walch, Portland, Maine. 1991.

Discoveries in Biology: Nondestructive Investigations with Living Animals. Ogilvie, D.M., and R.H. Stinson. Copp Clark Pitman Ltd., Toronto. 1992.

Ecology Projects: Ideas and Practicals for the Journal of Biological Education. [available for $26 from: Institute of Biology, 20 Queensberry Place, London, SW7 2DZ, U.K.]. 1992.

Humane Biology Projects. Animal Welfare Institute (P.O. Box 3650, Washington, D.C. 20007; tel: 202-337-2332). 1977. (out of print, but may be available in some libraries).

Humane Science Projects Manual: Grades Pre-Kindergarten Through Eight. Schwartz, S. (ed.). United Federation of Teachers, Humane Education Committee, 76 pp. 1992. (P.O. Box 445-Gracie Station, New York, NY 10028. tel: 212-410-3095).

Humane Science Projects Manual: Grades Six Through Twelve. Schwartz, S. (ed.). United Federation of Teachers, Humane Education Committee, 58 pp. 1992. (P.O. Box 445-Gracie Station, New York, NY 10028. tel: 212-410-3095).