Titles by Subject

Old Yellowstone Days

By Paul Schullery

This new edition of the first book to collect accounts of early visits to Yellowstone includes a new Foreword by park historian Lee H. Whittlesey.

Raptors of New Mexico

Edited by Jean-Luc E. Cartron

This beautifully illustrated study is the first book to focus on the birds of prey of New Mexico.

This High, Wild Country

A Celebration of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
By Paul Schullery

A colorful gift of words and art from two of the West's most knowledgeable and talented naturalists.

Butterfly Landscapes of New Mexico

By Steven Cary

Cary takes the reader on a journey through the habitats of New Mexico's three hundred kinds of butterflies.

The Travails of Two Woodpeckers

Ivory-Bills and Imperials
By Noel F. R. SnyderDavid E. BrownKevin B. Clark

The long, sad story of the failure of efforts to prevent the extinction of two of nature's most impressive woodpeckers offers lessons for preventing the extinctions of other species.

The Fly-Fishing Predator

By Raymond Shewnack

Raymond Shewnack invites fishermen to hone their hunting skills, sharpen their senses, and become predators in the trout stream.

The Forester's Log

Musings from the Woods
By Mary Stuever

This collection of Stuever's popular columns celebrates the bond between land and people and inspires us to preserve our forest treasures.

The Paleontology of New Mexico

By Barry S. Kues

This comprehensive survey of the fossil record of New Mexico catalogs the plants and animals of the area for the past 500 million years from Precambrian time through the Pleistocene Era.

A Field Guide to the Plants and Animals of the Middle Rio Grande Bosque

By Jean-Luc E. CartronTimothy K. LowreyJane E. MygattSandra L. BrantleyDavid Lightfoot

Including over 800 color photos, this authoritative guide is the first of its kind for the Middle Rio Grande Bosque of New Mexico.

Free Flow

The Gila River in New Mexico
By Jan Haley

Heartfelt photographs--dramatic, tranquil, and vivid by turn--portray the wild beauty of southwest New Mexico's Gila River.