Keith Hansen is a professional bird artist who illustrated Discovering Sierra Birds, Distributional Checklist of North American Birds, Birds of Yosemite and the East Slope, California Wild Lands, A Guide to the Nature Conservancy Preserves,and The Natural History of the Point Reyes Peninsula, among other books. She is currently continuing her efforts to document post-fire habitats and biodiversity in the Sierra Nevada and Cascades Mountains. Justin launched his ornithological career perched on Mono Lake's islands in the company of the noble California Gull, and will always consider the Mono Basin home. He currently is chair of the Inyo County Water Commission and a board member of Friends of the Inyo. That is, they are more than cute backyard attractions, or beautiful photos on calendars but, rather, have their own personalities and cultures with fascinating and meaningful behaviors.
Date: Wednesday, April 25th Please for more details and to register. Learn from their panel of notable speakers and show your support for California watersheds. Its wealth of information and its diversity of viewpoints will ensure that this indispensable volume is used and discussed for many years to come. As the Alliance celebrates our 25th Anniversary, we are reflecting on our storied history and strategic accomplishments. In addition to characterizing individual species, Birds of the Sierra Nevada also describes ecological zones and bird habitats, recent trends in populations and ranges, conservation efforts, and more than 160 rare species. Keith Hansen is a professional bird artist who illustrated Discovering Sierra Birds, Distributional Checklist of North American Birds, Birds of Yosemite and the East Slope, California Wild Lands, A Guide to the Nature Conservancy Preserves, and The Natural History of the Point Reyes Peninsula, among other books.
Tom Hahn is a field biologist with Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Biology from Stanford University and a PhD in Zoology from the University of Washington. His studies have had a strong conservation orientation. We also include news releases, event notices, funding opportunities and job announcements sent to us from our Member Groups and friends. Some of the book's most exciting features are the new definitive descriptions and illustrations of taxa that previously have received only brief notice, such as the alvarezsaurid Shuvuuia; the enantiornithines Sinornis; Eoalulavis, Vorona, and Patagopteryx; and the hesperornithiform Enaliornis. Chautauqua planning is going full steam ahead Field trips are lining up, presentations are getting sorted, and our presenter list is brimming with amazing naturalists ready to make the Eighteenth Annual Mono Basin Bird Chautauqua better than ever! Her screenwriting efforts include narratives for Shifting Undercurrents and Village of Dust, City of Water, award-winning documentary films.
Specifically, the position will assist in the compilation and assessment of large geospatial datasets incorporating hydrologic data, biologic data and landscape attributes. The Program Coordinator will report to the Executive Director. No matter when you become a supporter of the Alliance, you have been a valuable part of our 25-year history. It also includes a glossary of terms, detailed maps, and an extensive bibliography with over 500 citations. This unique resource provides a comprehensive examination of the known fossil record and is also an unparalleled guide to the fast-paced developments in current research. The Nevada County Genealogical Society's daytime study group will meet from 1:30 to 3 p. Fast-forward twenty-five years, she now lives in the foothill town of Three Rivers with her family where she continues to enjoy and share her passion for astronomy through the annual Dark Sky Festival and other popular dark sky programs and activities in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
Nevada Appeal, April 9, 2018 Sierra Link: A wildlife biologist will be presenting about bear and other wildlife management April 18th. She comes to the Eastern Sierra from The Nature Conservancy's Idaho Chapter, where she was the Director of Protection, coordinating a statewide program to protect working lands and wildlife habitat. In the past he has worked in the Sierra as a biologist for the local Tahoe Resource Conservation District and Point Blue Conservation Science. After graduating in 1996 she worked as a naturalist at several outdoor schools landing in the Sierra and ultimately Yosemite National Park, where she has worked as a ranger naturalist since early 2002. Kay Ogden saw Mono Lake for the first time when she rode in her first of three Bike-A-Thons, and her heart never recovered. Though Ryan's spends most of his birding time at lower elevations west of the Pacific crest, he finds the Mono Basin landscape and its birds particularly alluring, making it one of his favorite places in the universe. He has served as one of the sub-regional editors of North American Birds magazine for over 30 years, and has co-authored several articles and bird-finding guides.
We also invite Letters to the Resource to be directly submitted on any article with which you're concerned. This year, our 26 members gathered in beautiful Chico, California, to learn restoration techniques, visit impaired and restored areas, and gain valuable education and communication skills. Events and Activities Join El Dorado Community Foundation in celebrating the impact of their 2017 Endow El Dorado Grants and a formal recognition of the 2018 recipients. Serious students of early birds and closely related theropods would be prudent to include this progress report among their core references. Along with Ed Pandolfino he is co-author of Birds of the Sierra Nevada: Their Natural History, Status, and Distribution, which includes color illustrations of about 270 species by Keith Hansen.
Mike lives in the Alabama Hills above Lone Pine. Planning ahead is crucial for this event, as Lee Vining gets very busy in the summer. Following his older brother through the woods of Maryland, a single Cedar Waxwing changed his life forever. This certification will empower members to share their knowledge and passion with K-12 students using engaging and creative lesson plans. For information, call 530-470-0794 or visit.
Scott Dietrich grew up in the Sacramento area before moving to Lake Tahoe in 2013. He has been adjunct faculty at Sierra Nevada College since 2010. Beginning in the 1970s, he has worked closely with various resource management agencies to help establish and carry out data-based conservation programs for bighorn sheep. Date: Saturday's and Sunday's thru May 13th Please for more details. Paul McFarland has pushed dirt, paper, politics, broken vehicles, dead trees, a few too many rocks and the bounds of rationality while working on and for the public lands and wildlife of the Eastern Sierra.