The Black Range Naturalist

The Black Range Naturalist is a new newsletter dedicated to the natural history of the Black Range and to those who study it.

The first issue was published on July 15, 2018.  It contains articles by Harley Shaw (Lore Versus Science and Natural History), John Hubbard & Bob Barnes (Northern Cardinal Range Extension), Don Precoda (Experiences of a Hillsboro Peak Lookout), Randy Gray (Rattlers of the Black Range), and Bob Barnes (Skyrocket).

Our intent is to periodically publish this newsletter with articles by people who live in and/or work in the Black Range.  The articles of the first issue cover a variety of topics and are written in a variety of styles - it is our hope that we will be able to replicate that newsletter style in future issues.

Since this is a grass-roots non-commercial effort we have no formal distribution system.  Please consider letting the people on your contact list know of its existence.

And please consider being a contributor.  The world of citizen science grows by bits and pieces, your observations are as important as full-length articles.

If you would like to be added to my distribution list please let bob@birdtrips.org know.

In addition to the email distribution of a reduced resolution .pdf, a higher resolution copy is maintained on this site.


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© Robert Barnes 2018