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Teaching conservation in developing nations

Prepared by

Judith Brace

and

Ralph R. White and Stephen C. Bass

Illustrated by

Anne Brace

with special display illustrations by

Kathleen R. Rafferty

A cooperative project, sponsored jointly by Peace Corps

and the National Audubon Society.

Peace Corps

Information Collection & Exchange

Manual M0007

1977

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