you don't have to put in sticky notes, you can just write on the edges if someone has tiny neat handwriting, you can even put it in junk parts of the book. You should use petersons because if they mention it even in passing on the rules, it will be one of the main question sources. Also, you should have information from many resources, online, audubon, petersons, and any other books, in your notes.
Also BIG TIP
Try not to use colors to identify, it is usually unreliable. Note there are exceptions, such as coral snakes, sistrurus, malaclemys, chrysemys, helodermatidae, etc.
Events: Herpetology, Fossils, Entomology, Rocks & Minerals, Ornithology, Ecology
Nationals 2008: 1st in Herpetology
Nationals 2009: 1st in Herpetology, 2nd in Fossils
Harriton Class of 2010