The Natural History of the San Francisco Peaks--A Sky Island
of the American Southwest
Its here!  The Peaks book is available in Flagstaff, and online at SanFranciscoPeaksNaturalHistory.com.  Local availability includes the Arboretum, MNA, Jay's Bird Barn, and downtown at Aspen Sports, Babbitt's, Bright Side Bookshop! 

Its been a busy winter offering the Peaks book at events and speaking about it to various groups.  It really is a strange and fun privilege to get invited to talk about this project!

Listed below are upcoming events:


26 March, Tuesday, 7-8pm, Pearson Hall, MNA. Colton Talk Series: The Natural History of the San Francisco Peaks, with a discussion of Harold Colton's contributions to the story.  Colton founded and directed the Museum of Northern Arizona.

11 April, Thursday, 7-8pm, John Wesley Powell Museum, Glen Canyon Conservancy.  A presentation on the natural history of the Glen Canyon area AND the natural history of the San Francisco Peaks.   Books will be available.

26 May, Sunday, tba.  A hike in the Inner Basin with Professor Tom Kolb and Gwendolyn Waring.  As part of the North American Forest Ecology Workshop in Flagstaff AZ.  Workshop registration required.

SUMMER 2019:  the Peaks book will be available at the Flagstaff Farmer's market downtown most Sunday mornings, between 8 and 12 pm.   One small painting will also be offered each week!