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Fran Mauer

Fran Mauer

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Fran Mauer moved to Alaska more than thirty years ago to attend graduate school at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks, where he earned a master of science degree in zoology in 1974. He began his career which the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as an entry-level wildlife biologist. From 1976 to ...
Annette McGivney

Annette McGivney

Resurrection: Glen Canyon - Author
Annette McGivney is the Southwest Editor for Backpacker magazine. In addition to writing about her adventures in the deserts and mountains of the Southwest, she specializes in environmental topics and personality profiles. While on assignment for Backpacker, she has hiked with all types of offbeat ...
Bill McKibben
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Bill McKibben

Resurrection: Glen Canyon - Foreword
Bill McKibben is an American environmentalist and writer who frequently writes about global warming, alternative energy, and the risks associated with human genetic engineering. McKibben is active in the Methodist Church, and his writing sometimes has a spiritual bent. Formerly a New Yorker ...
William H. Meadows

William H. Meadows

Living With Wolves - Foreword
William H. Meadows, president of The Wilderness Society since 1996, has been active in conservation for more than thirty years. He credits Earth Day, founded by his colleague at The Wilderness Society, former Senator Gaylord Nelson, as the catalyst for his involvement. He first became engaged in ...
Debbie S. Miller
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Debbie S. Miller

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Debbie S. Miller grew up near the San Francisco Bay. In 1975, she and her husband, Dennis, moved to teach in Arctic Village, Alaska, a Gwich’in Athabascan Indian village located on the southern boundary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Over the past twenty-eight years, Miller and her ...
Richard Nelson

Richard Nelson

The Last Polar Bear - Essayist
Richard Nelson is a writer, activist, cultural anthropologist, and subsistence hunter who lives in Southeast Alaska. His books include Patriotism and the American Land, Make Prayers to the Raven (which became an award-winning PBS television series), Hunters of the Northern Forest, Shadow of the ...
Wayne R.  Petersen

Wayne R. Petersen

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Wayne R. Petersen is Massachusetts Audubon’s director of the Massachusetts Important Bird Areas (IBA) Program and has led international birding tours, lectured, and conducted birding workshops across North America for over thirty-five years. Petersen is a New England Regional Editor for North ...
David Porter

David Porter

Yellowstone to Yukon - Essayist
Dave Porter is a Kaska Dena leader who spent his early years on a trapline near Good Hope Lake in British Columbia. His accomplished career includes journalism, politics, communications, and public service on behalf of Canadian aboriginal organizations as well as governments in the Yukon, British ...
David Quammen

David Quammen

Yellowstone to Yukon - Preface
David Quammen travels on assignment for Harper’s, National Geographic, and other magazines, most often to jungles, deserts, and swamps. His accustomed beat is the world of field biology, ecology, evolutionary biology, and conservation, though he also occasionally writes about travel, history, and ...
Craig Romano
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Craig Romano

Columbia Highlands - Author
Craig Romano grew up in rural New Hampshire where he fell in love with the natural world. A former Boy Scout, backcountry ranger, and ski bum, the outdoors is his calling! He has traveled extensively, from Alaska to Argentina, Sicily to South Korea, seeking wild and spectacular landscapes. He ranks ...