Nature and Art, Vol. VIII, No 1, June 1900

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"Birds and All Nature" was a monthly publication of the Nature Study Publishing Company of Chicago. It includes short poems and brief descriptions of birds, animals and other natural subjects with accompanying color plates. The magazine was published from 1897-1907 under the various titles, "Birds," "Birds and all Nature," "Nature and Art" and "Birds and Nature." This issue is the first published under the title "Nature and Art."

“Birds and All Nature” was established January 1897 as “Birds” and has been a magazine of NATURE AND ART since its beginning; therefore it has been urged by many of our subscribers and friends that the name be changed to better express the nature of its contents. Hence the change to “NATURE AND ART.” - Summary by J. M. Smallheer with quote from the Publisher, A. W. Mumford from the current volume (2 hr 29 min)


Alone With Nature 2:40 Read by realisticspeakers
Flowers - A Pattern Flower 19:27 Read by tovarisch
God's Handiwork 0:34 Read by BettyB
Birds - Natural Rights of Birds 12:47 Read by tovarisch
Structure and Habits of Birds 6:43 Read by Garth Burton
Wilson's Thrush 2:17 Read by jftocanada
Fishes - The Fish's Place in Nature 17:10 Read by BettyB
Water - Some Interesting Facts About Rivers 14:06 Read by realisticspeakers
Insects - Some Water Insects 21:20 Read by tovarisch
Insect Music 4:00 Read by tovarisch
Domestic Animals - Cattle 8:42 Read by BettyB
Miscellany - Homing Pigeon 16:45 Read by BettyB
The Two-Storied Nest 3:00 Read by sawasawaya
Industry - Wheat Harvesting 17:45 Read by Larry Wilson
A Charming Home 2:21 Read by tovarisch