published works By

Black Range Authors

 

THE WORKS OF

HARLEY G. SHAW



Soul Among Lions: The Cougar as Peaceful Adversary

Harley G. Shaw

University of Arizona Press






Stalking the Big Bird: A Tale of Turkeys, Biologists, and Bureaucrats

Harley G. Shaw

University of Arizona Press





Twelve Hundred Miles by Horse and Burro: J. Stokely Ligon and New Mexico’s First Breeding Bird Survey

Harley G. Shaw and Mara E. Weisenberger

University of Arizona Press



The Wolf in the Southwest: The Making of an Endangered Species

Introduction by Harley G. Shaw

Edited by David E. Brown

High Lonesome Books



Garden Canyon Watershed: A Vision and a Mission

Harley G. Shaw

The Juniper Institute





Natural History of a Small Place - An Ecological History of Pueblo Colorado Wash at Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, Ganado, Arizona.

  1. H. Shaw, P. Woodruff, and W. Zeedyk


A Mountain Lion Field Guide

Harley G. Shaw

Arizona Game & Fish Department, multiple reprints






Cougar Management Guidelines

Harley G. Shaw and 12 Others

Wildfires






The Wild Turkey - Biology and Management Edited by James G. Dickson

Chapter 20 - 

Merriam’s Turkey by

                                  Shaw and Mollohan

                                  Stackpole Books



Pronghorn - Ecology and Management

Ed. by O’Gara and Yoakum

Chapter 11 - Predation

by B. O’Gara and H. Shaw - U. Press of Colorado - A Wildlife Management Institute Book


Bringing Back The Game - Arizona Wildlife Management 1912-1962 - David E. Brown - Chapter “Arizona’s Dryland Mountain Lion Hunters” by H. Shaw

Chapter “Land Tenure and Land Uses Impacting Wildlife” by

  1.                               H. Shaw and D. Brown

  2.                              - Arizona Game and

  3.                               Fish Department


International Cougar Management Guidelines: Processes for Collaboration and Implementation - w/ Sharon Negri

Published in the Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy


Wood Plenty, Grass Good, Water None: Vegetation Changes in Arizona’s Upper Verde River Watershed from 1859 to 1997

USDA, Forest Service


Historic Photographs of Central Arizona Grasslands and Associated Habitats - w/ Mona Lange McCroskey - Sharlot Hall Museum Press


Evaluation of Desert Bighorn Sheep Reintroductions

Research Branch, Arizona Game and Fish Department


Factors Affecting Mountain Lion Densities and Cattle Depredation in Arizona - Research Branch, Arizona Game and Fish Department


Investigation of Factors Influencing Merriam’s Turkey Populations

Arizona Game and Fish Department

 

THE WORKS OF

JAN HALEY



Free Flow: The Gila River in New Mexico

University of New Mexico Press

Jan Haley





Max Evans’ Hi Lo Country: Under the One-Eyed Sky

Photographs by Jan Haley

University of New Mexico Press


Photographs by Jan Haley, which have been featured on the Home on the Free Range blog can be viewed here (currently being edited).

 

WRITERS’ FORUM:  Original unpublished works by writers who live in the Black Range or who write about this place and its people are found on the Writer’s Forum page.


PUBLISHED WORKS: Scroll down to see out listings for - Harley Shaw, Jan Haley, Val Hildreth-Werker, Jim C. Werker, Catherine Wanek, Dietmar Schneider-Hector, Tom and Satomi Tabata Lander, Fred (“Stretch”) Luna, and John P. Wilson.

THE WORKS OF

VAL HILDRETH-WERKER

AND JIM C. WERKER



Cave Conservation and Restoration (2006 Edition)

National Speleological Society

Ed. by Val Hildreth-Werker and Jim C. Werker




 

THE WORKS OF

CATHERINE WANEK



The New Strawbale Home

pub. by Gibbs Smith








The Hybrid House: Designing With Sun, Wind, Water, and Earth

pub. by Gibbs Smith





The Art of Natural Building: Design, Construction, Resources

Ed. by  Kennedy, Smith, & Wanek

pub. by New Society Publishers




 

THE WORKS OF

TOM AND SATOMI TABATA LANDER



Earth Oven: A Guide to How We Built Our Super-Insulated Earth Oven

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

 

THE WORKS OF

FRED ‘STRETCH’ LUNA



Hillsboro, New Mexico: Recollections of Its Historic Buildings, Scenery, and Family History.

Fred “Stretch” Luna

49 pages, comb bound, 2013

Percha Creek Press.


The book is available directly from the author for $20, plus $5 postage and handling.  Checks payable to Fred Luna.  Inquires may be sent to him at:

         Fred R. “Stretch” Luna

         PO Box 244

         Hillsboro, New Mexico 88042

 

A WORK BY

JOHN P. WILSON


Between the River and the Mountains.pdf

A History of Early Settlement in Sierra County, New Mexico

by John P. Wilson

(Digital Copy)