The 75th annual National Wildlife Week takes place from March 18th-24th. Sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation (www.nwf.org), the theme for 2013 is “Branching Out for Wildlife” with a focus on celebrating “trees and their importance to wildlife and people” (http://www.nwf.org/National-Wildlife-Week.aspx). This year, the NWF is sponsoring the planting of 75,000 trees with the assistance of school children and youth groups across the country.
Check out some of the library’s resources related to wildlife here:
Students, faculty, and staff can access biological sciences databases such as Web of Science (thousands of high impact journals in the sciences and other disciplines), ScienceDirect (the library’s largest scientific database), and BioOne (includes peer-reviewed materials in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences).
Plant a tree if you can and save a tree by using some of the library’s fabulous digital resources!