David Wallace Barr IV

Biography

David Wallace Barr IV is a writer/photographer and educator with a background in the natural sciences and museum management. He has written extensively on nature and the environment. He recently started to record the abundant dog life in the city.

As a kid, Dave and his sister cared for 2 dogs, several cats, hamsters, pigeons, budgies, goldfish, goats and a pony. Dave has always loved dogs, and he and his wife Norma are currently looking for a rescue dog they can cook for.

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Videos

Where to Find Your New Dog
What's the best place to look for a new dog for you and your family? You have several likely choices, and each has different strengths and weaknesses. This video tells you how to make the decision.

Books

Says The Dog on The Street
Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 1,120. Language: English. Published: August 22, 2016. Categories: Essay » Sociology
The "dog on the street" is the common dog, the everyday dog, the dog who walks his or her human every day on city sidewalks. Although dogs can't speak directly to humans, if we could read their minds we'd find they have a lot to say. This book puts dog thoughts into words so that we can see the humorous side of being a "dog on the street."
Pollinator Monitoring for Citizen Scientists: A Handbook
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 8,380. Language: English. Published: March 2, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Biology
Pollinating insects are in crisis. Honey bees and native pollinator species are disappearing. The efforts of citizen scientists will be required to complement the work of professional biologists if we are to find solutions. This handbook provides an illustrated guide that citizen scientists can use to monitor the activities of pollinating insects and gather data of use to pollination biologists.

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bee    biology    dogs    humor    monitoring    pollination    pollinator