Sam Crowe on September 12th, 2015

Saturday had me going on a half-day field tripĀ  led by George Andrejko (a Chicago native, it turns out), a photographer for the Arizona Fish and Game Department. The focus of the trip was to enhance the participant’s photographic skillsĀ  (modern cameras are so complicated now that while I can do maybe five things with […]

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Sam Crowe on September 12th, 2015

From a natural history perspective, southeast Arizona may be my favorite part of any of the 48 states I have visited. I just love the “sky islands,” those isolated mountain ranges rising above the desert lowlands: in a two hour or so drive you can traverse several of Merriam’s life zones, from desert to ponderosa […]

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