This collection contains correspondence,
articles, and other material pertaining to the personal and professional life of
Edmund C. Jaeger, an American biologist best known for his works on desert ecology.
Jaeger was a naturalist, writer, lecturer, educator, and early researcher on the
hibernation patterns of birds. Includes material regarding desert environs and
nature conservancy as well as items pertaining to Jaeger’s travels and
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