A field journal is a compendium of observations, thoughts, and questions recorded on various mediums. Historically, researchers use field journals as a way to progress their research while in the system being studied.
There is no proper way to construct a journal, as both digital and paper formats are steadily used among naturalists. Below are field journals each with their unique approach to recording natural interactions. Some feature educational excerpts to help readers learn along the way.
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Featured: Olivia’s Field Journal
Naturalist Observations, Educational Excerpts