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San Diego Children and Nature Collaborative | Gutierre Aceves | Adrian Arancibia | Al Valdez, Ph. D. | Ann Hazard | Ann H. Zwinger | Anna Marie | Anne Bullard | Anne Sturz | Arlene Ripley | Arnold Small | Audrey Schumacher Moe | Bernard Guillas | Bette Blaydes Pegas | Beverly Factor | Brad and Kristine Denton | Bradford Hollingsworth | Brian Lane | Bryan Miller-Hicks | Cali Linfor | Cari Gomes | Carl Palm | Carlos Rosas | Carlos Royal | Carol Sletten | Carole L. Ziegler | Charlene Lopez | Charles E. Houser | Charline Profiri | Cheryl Klein | Choral Pepper | Chris Baron | Clint Pustejovsky | Conrad Storad | Craig Springer | D.D. Trent | Dalia Zuniga Berumen | Dan McLaughlin | Dan Walker | Daniel Reveles | David Faulkner | David Lamfrom | David Valley | Devallis Rutledge | Diana Lindsay | Diane Rome Peebles | Dirk Sutro | Don Howell | Don and Sharron Brundige | Don D. Christensen | Donald Harrison | Donna Lawrence | Doyce Nunis, Jr. | Elizabeth Reid | Elizabeth Laul Healey | Ella DeCastro Baron | Eric Blehm | Eric Kramer | Eric Pahlke | Eric Peterson | Ernest Burrus | Ernestine De Soto | Ernie Cowan | Everett Gordon Hager | Forrest Hylton | Forrest L. Mitchell | Frances L. O'Neil | Frank Todd | Frank Wheat | Fred M. Roberts, Jr. | Garner A. Palenske | Garrett Burke | Garry Hayes | Gary Clark | Gary Mitrovich | Gary Winters | George Heinrich | George Jefferson | George Rush, Ph.D. | Gloria Tveten | Gordon Gatsil | Greg Lawson | Greg Niemann | Greg R. Homel | Harry Crosby | Henry Aurand | Iris Engstrand | Jack Brandais | Jack Innis | James Halfpenny | James L. Lasswell | Janis Lindsey Huggins | Jeanne Murphy | Jeannette Jurado | Jeff Tyler | Jeff Miller | Jeffrey Garcia | Jerry Dickey | Jillian Lund | Jim Brock | Jimmy Santiago Baca | Joan Brady | Joey Seymour | John Lamb | John Minch | John O'Melveny Woods | Jon P. Rebman | Joseph N. Davis | Joseph R. Tomelleri | Judge Dick Murphy | Judith Garfield | Judy Goldstein Botello | June Allen Reading | Karla Ogilvie | Kathy Adams Clark | Ken Jaques | Kerry Germain | Kevin T. Karlson | Larry Manfredi | Leland Fetzer | Linda Pyle | Linda Pequegnat | Linda Abbott Trapp | Linton H. Robinson | Liz Palika | Lora Cline | Lowell Lindsay | Lucile Iverson South | M.F. Jones-Ried | Marc Meyers | Marc C. and Maria F. Minno | Marc C. Minno Minno | Margaret Gooding | Maria F. Minno | Marisela Norte | Marshal South | Marven Patchen | Maureen Gilmer | Mel Freilicher | Michael Cassiliano | Michael Mathes | Michael E. Grimes | Michael J. Walawender | Miguel Angel de la Cueva | Miguel Del Barco | Miguel Leon Portilla | Nancy Cary | Nathaniel P. Jensen | Nelson Anderson | Nelson Copp | Nicholas Clapp | Nick Agelidis | Noah Hughes | Norman C. Roberts | Pal Kelemen | Patricia Daly-Lipe | Patrick Abbott | Paul Remeika | Paul Bernstein | Paul Campbell | Paul W. Wittmer | Pegas Bette Blaydes | Philip Pryde | Philip Unitt | Rana Knighten | Randall D. Babb | Richard Carrico | Richard Halsey | Richard H. Wiegand | Rider South | Rigoberto Moreno Santana | Rikki Pierce | Robert O'Brien | Robert L. Allen | Robert V. Hine | Roberta Labastida | Roger L. Hammer | Roland 'Ro' Wauer | Ron Oliver | Ronald J. Pastore | Ruth Alter | Ruth Evans | San Diego Association of Geologists | Scott Snyder | Scott G Kyle | Sherry Rogers | Steve Kowit | Steve Smith | Steven Hartman | Steven Schwartzman | Steven Swartz | Steven M. Freers | Susan Peterson | Susan K. Mitchell | Terry Ruscin | Terry and Heather Kraszewski | Tim Walsh | Tom Garcia | Tom Kirkbride | Tom Hom | Tom & Patti Higginbotham | Trinka Porrata | Valerie G. Bugh | Wendy Kierstead | William R. Gray | Wolf Berger | Wolf Berger Berger |
San Diego Children and Nature Collaborative

About San Diego Children and Nature Collaborative

Some of San Diego Children and Nature Collaborative's Books

THE CHAPARRAL SHRUBLANDS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
An Introduction to Familiar Species

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Gutierre Aceves

About Gutierre Aceves

Some of Gutierre Aceves's Books

ABRACADABRA Mexican Toys
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Adrian Arancibia

About Adrian Arancibia

Some of Adrian Arancibia's Books

ATACAMA POEMS
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Al Valdez, Ph. D.

About Al Valdez, Ph. D.

Some of Al Valdez, Ph. D.'s Books

GANGS
A Guide to Understanding Street Gangs
5th Edition

MAMAS AND PAPAS
On the Sublime and Heartbreaking Art of Parenting

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Ann Hazard

About Ann Hazard

Ann Hazard, travel writer, chef, and author, is passionate about all things Mexican. A third generation Baja Aficinada, Ann has followed her father and grandfather's footsteps up and down the New World's longest peninsula since she was nine. Ann is the author of Baja Magic Dos, Cartwheels in the Sand and Agave Sunsets. She and Terry, her photographer husband, live in Buena Vista, Baja California Sur.

Some of Ann Hazard's Books

AGAVE SUNSETS: Treasured Tales of Baja
CARTWHEELS IN THE SAND
COOKING WITH BAJA MAGIC DOS
More Mouthwatering Meals from the Kitchens and Campfires of Baja

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Ann H. Zwinger

About Ann H. Zwinger

Some of Ann H. Zwinger's Books

DAWSONS 48
Xantus Letters 1859-1861

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Anna Marie

About Anna Marie

Some of Anna Marie's Books

DAWSONS 50
Index to Baja California Travel Series

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Anne Bullard

About Anne Bullard

Some of Anne Bullard's Books

INSPIRED BY NATURE
The San Diego Natural History Museum After 125 Years

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Anne Sturz

About Anne Sturz

Some of Anne Sturz's Books

PALEONTOLOGY and GEOLOGY of ANZA-BORREGO
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Arlene Ripley

About Arlene Ripley

Some of Arlene Ripley's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF THE WESTERN CHESAPEAKE
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Arnold Small

About Arnold Small

Some of Arnold Small's Books

CALIFORNIA BIRDS
Their Status and Distribution

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Audrey Schumacher Moe

About Audrey Schumacher Moe

Audrey Schumacher Moe is a watercolor painter and author of Beachwalk and Desertwalk. Her books are illustrated with delicate and detailed watercolors. She uses only cake paints of the kind found in children's paint boxes. Audrey holds a B.A in English and history from Lawrence University in Wisconsin and a B.S in art and design from Woodbury University in California. Before her career in writing, she worked as a teacher, librarian, and interior designer.
Audrey and her husband live in Desert Hot Springs, California where they enjoy the serenity and peace of the desert along with Karnak, their cat, and Sheba, their 100 pound Rhodesian Ridgeback dog.

Some of Audrey Schumacher Moe's Books

DESERTWALK
A Search for the Secrets of the Desert

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Bernard Guillas

About Bernard Guillas

Bernard Guillas is Executive Chef of the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club and landmark Marine Room restaurant in La Jolla, California. An avid culinary explorer and fearless adventurer, he shares his journey throughout the seven continents in his first cookbook Flying Pans. His roster of impressive credits include appearances in Food Arts magazine, and the television series, "Rising Star Chefs" and "Great Chefs of the World." He was also awarded Chef of the Year by the national publication Chef magazine. Bernard's philanthropic pursuits include Slow Food, the Beard House Foundation, Chaine des Rotisseurs, AIWF, and other international charities. To Bernard, food is a magnificent voyage and an opportunity to weave together cultures. His philosophy is "a good cook is like a sorcerer who dispenses happiness on a plate."

Some of Bernard Guillas's Books

FLYING PANS
Two Chefs, One World

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Bette Blaydes Pegas

About Bette Blaydes Pegas

Bette Blaydes Pegas has always been fascinated by the natural world, and particularly by the life and work of Charles Darwin. Her new memoir, Chasing a Dream in the Galapagos: A Personal Evolution, unites her two passions: writing and nature. A grant writer and educational associate in Sanchez & Associates, Pegas lives with her husband in El Cajon, California where she is working on a collection of short stories.

Some of Bette Blaydes Pegas's Books

CHASING A DREAM IN THE GALAPAGOS
A Personal Evolution

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Beverly Factor

About Beverly Factor

Beverly Factor has traveled the globe photographing the mysterious world below the ocean's surface.  A certified Naui dive master for over 20 years, Beverly gave up the corporate life and took a chance.  She followed her heart and made her dream of traveling the world to photograph exotic undersea life come true.

 

Some of Beverly Factor's Books

ANGELEE SAVES THE SEA
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Brad and Kristine Denton

About Brad and Kristine Denton

Brad and Kristine Denton have lived in the South Bay area for over 20 years; spending the last 6 years in Rancho Palos Verdes. Hiking the Peninsula trails together for years, they have become supporters of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, the Audubon Society and the Sierra Club. When they are not working, the couple enjoy hiking, bird watching and sailing with their two young girls.

Some of Brad and Kristine Denton's Books

OUTDOOR GUIDE TO PALOS VERDES PENINSULA (OUT OF STOCK)
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Bradford Hollingsworth

About Bradford Hollingsworth

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Brian Lane

About Brian Lane

Some of Brian Lane's Books

TRACKS, SCATS, AND SIGNS OF TEXAS WILDLIFE
A Guide to Interpreting Common Wildlife Trails

SHELLS OF FLORIDA: Atlantic Ocean and Florida Keys (Common and Notable Species)
SHELLS OF FLORIDA: Gulf of Mexico
SHELLS OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA: A Beachcomber's Guide to Common and Notable Species
TRACKS, SCATS, AND SIGNS OF FLORIDA WILDLIFE
A Guide to Interpreting Common Wildlife Trails

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Bryan Miller-Hicks

About Bryan Miller-Hicks

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Cali Linfor

About Cali Linfor

Some of Cali Linfor's Books

LANTERN TREE: Four Books of Poems
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Cari Gomes

About Cari Gomes

Some of Cari Gomes's Books

WAITING FOR TSUNAMI
Coastal Hazards of Northern San Diego County, California

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Carl Palm

About Carl Palm

Carl Palm is a 4th-generation Californian and long-time student of the state's colorful history. He is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, the University of Toronto, and the University of Texas at Austin. He is also the author of The Great California Story: Real-Life Roots of an American Legend.

Some of Carl Palm's Books

GREAT CALIFORNIA STORY
THIS DAY IN CALIFORNIA HISTORY
The Great California Story

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Carlos Rosas

About Carlos Rosas

Some of Carlos Rosas's Books

CABO MOOD
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Carlos Royal

About Carlos Royal

Some of Carlos Royal's Books

MOLLY & MCGEE
The World's Most Famous Barn Owls

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Carol Sletten

About Carol Sletten

Some of Carol Sletten's Books

STORY OF THE AMERICAN WEST
Legends of Arizona

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Carole L. Ziegler

About Carole L. Ziegler

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Charlene Lopez

About Charlene Lopez

Some of Charlene Lopez's Books

MEXICAN SLANG
Plus Graffiti

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Charles E. Houser

About Charles E. Houser

Some of Charles E. Houser's Books

GEOLOGY & LORE NORTHERN ANZA-BORREGO DESERT REGION
The Lows and Highs of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

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Charline Profiri

About Charline Profiri

Some of Charline Profiri's Books

COUNTING LITTLE GECKOS
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Cheryl Klein

About Cheryl Klein

Some of Cheryl Klein's Books

COMMUTERS
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Choral Pepper

About Choral Pepper

Some of Choral Pepper's Books

DESERT LORE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (OUT OF PRINT)
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Chris Baron

About Chris Baron

Some of Chris Baron's Books

LANTERN TREE: Four Books of Poems
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Clint Pustejovsky

About Clint Pustejovsky

Some of Clint Pustejovsky's Books

SNAKES OF CENTRAL TEXAS
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

SNAKES OF LOUISIANA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
SNAKES OF NORTH TEXAS A Guide to Common Notable Species
SNAKES OF SOUTH TEXAS: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
SNAKES OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

SNAKES OF THE TRANS-PECOS
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Conrad Storad

About Conrad Storad

Some of Conrad Storad's Books

DESERT NIGHT SHIFT
Pack Rat Story

DONT EVER CROSS THAT ROAD!
An Armadillo Story

DON'T CALL ME PIG!
A Javelina Story
Hardcover Edition

DON'T CALL ME PIG!
A Javelina Story
Softcover Edition

FANG & STINGER:
An Arachnid Tale
Hardcover Edition

FANG & STINGER:
An Arachnid Tale
Softcover Edition

LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE
A Desert Tortoise Tale
Hardcover Edition

LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE
A Desert Tortoise Tale
Softcover Edition

LIZARDS FOR LUNCH
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Craig Springer

About Craig Springer

Some of Craig Springer's Books

FISHES OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
A Guide to Freshwater and Saltwater Species

FRESHWATER FISHES OF FLORIDA
A Guide to Game Fishes

FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE SOUTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS: A Guide to Game Fishes
SALTWATER FISHES OF LOUISIANA: A Guide to Inshore & Offshore Species
FRESHWATER FISHES OF LOUISIANA: A Guide to Game Fishes
FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS
FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: A Guide to Game Fishes
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D.D. Trent

About D.D. Trent

Some of D.D. Trent's Books

MINES and GEOLOGY of the RANDSBURG AREA
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Dalia Zuniga Berumen

About Dalia Zuniga Berumen

Some of Dalia Zuniga Berumen's Books

HOUSES BY THE SEA
Mexico

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Dan McLaughlin

About Dan McLaughlin

Some of Dan McLaughlin's Books

PARENTS HOMEWORK DICTIONARY
Teacher's Edition for Parent's

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Dan Walker

About Dan Walker

Some of Dan Walker's Books

THIRST FOR INDEPENDENCE
San Diego's Water Story

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Daniel Reveles

About Daniel Reveles

Born in Los Angeles to Mexican-born Parents, Reveles has been in some part of the entertainment industry since he was seventeen - as a recording artist, songwriter, television producer, documentary film director and disk jockey. He stumbled into the Baja California town of Tecate twenty years ago, and has been there ever since.

Some of Daniel Reveles's Books

GUACAMOLE DIP
From Baja, Tales of Love, Faith...and Magic

TEQUILA, LEMON, and SALT
From Baja - Tales of Love, Faith..and Magic!

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David Faulkner

About David Faulkner

Some of David Faulkner's Books

COLLISION INVESTIGATION FOR THE PATROL OFFICER
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David Lamfrom

About David Lamfrom

Some of David Lamfrom's Books

TORTOISES THROUGH THE LENS
A Visual Exploration of a Mojave Desert Icon

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David Valley

About David Valley

Some of David Valley's Books

JACKPOT TRAIL
Indian Gaming in Southern California

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Devallis Rutledge

About Devallis Rutledge

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Diana Lindsay

About Diana Lindsay

In 1966 Diana Lindsay figuratively went into the desert and never came out. That first visit to the Anza-Borrego Desert changed her life and helped to define it. It became the subject of her master's thesis from San Diego State University, which was subsequently published as Our Historic Desert by Copley Books in 1973. A few years later, she co-authored The Anza-Borrego Desert Region, a guidebook to the area published by Wilderness Press in 1978. It is now in its 5th edition. Other titles have been subsequently published.

Some of Diana Lindsay's Books

MARSHAL SOUTH and the GHOST MOUNTAIN CHRONICLES
METAL SCULPTURES OF BORREGO VALLEY: Featuring the Artistry of Ricardo Breceda
RICARDO BRECEDA
Accidental Artist

SKY ART METAL SCULPTURES POCKET GUIDE
Second Edition

ANZA-BORREGO DESERT MAP*
3rd Edition

ANZA-BORREGO DESERT REGION
5TH Edition
A Guide to State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert

JACKPOT TRAIL
Indian Gaming in Southern California

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Diane Rome Peebles

About Diane Rome Peebles

Some of Diane Rome Peebles's Books

SALTWATER FISHES OF FLORIDA
Central and Northern Atlantic Coast: A Guide to Inshore and Offshore Species

SALTWATER FISHES OF FLORIDA
Southern Gulf of Mexico: A Guide to Inshore and Offshore Species

SALTWATER FISHES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA
A Guide to Inshore and Offshore Species

SALTWATER FISHES OF THE NORTH AND MID-ATLANTIC STATES
A Guide to Inshore and Offshore Species

SALTWATER FISHES OF THE TEXAS GULF COAST
A Guide to Inshore and Offshore Species

FISHES OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
A Guide to Freshwater and Saltwater Species

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Dirk Sutro

About Dirk Sutro

Some of Dirk Sutro's Books

SAN DIEGO ARCHITECTURE
Downtown

SAN DIEGO ARCHITECTURE
From Mission to Modern

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Don Howell

About Don Howell

Some of Don Howell's Books

SEX CRIME INTERVIEWS SIMPLIFIED
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Don and Sharron Brundige

About Don and Sharron Brundige

Don and Sharron Brundige wrote their first on-road cycling book, "Bicycle Rides: Los Angeles and Orange Counties," in 1987, after cycling the two counties for fifteen years. Then they set out to cover the entire Southern California on-road area. The "Bicycle Rides" series includes San Fernando Valley, the Inland Empire, San Diego and Imperial Counties, and Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Now retired, the Brundiges enjoy traveling southern California, especially in the Palm Springs region.

Some of Don and Sharron Brundige's Books

CYCLING LOS ANGELES
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Don D. Christensen

About Don D. Christensen

Don Christensen has spent 35 years in public education in Orange County, California, at the high school, community college, and university levels teaching history, political science, anthropology, and coaching men and women's cross country and track and field before retiring. He has 37 years of experience doing archaeological survey, excavation, and rock art recording for a number of cultural resource management companies in California and for the Bureau of Land Management, the United States Forest Service, and the National Park Service in Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah. Specifically he has 22 years of experience working on projects for the Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, BLM/Arizona Strip, and the Kaibab National Forest. He has published numerous articles in journals and authored technical reports for federal resource agencies. 

Some of Don D. Christensen's Books

ROCK ART OF THE GRAND CANYON REGION
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Donald Harrison

About Donald Harrison

Donald H. Harrison was a political writer for the San Diego Union before entering the field of public relations with specialties in politics and tourism. He served as editor-in-chief of the award-winning San Diego Jewish Press-Heritage, and was a columnist for the San Diego Jewish Times. Currently the editor and publisher of the online San Diego Jewish World newspaper, the freelance writer, editor, and speaker lives in San Diego with his wife, Nancy.

Some of Donald Harrison's Books

LOUIS ROSE
San Diego's First Jewish Settler

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Donna Lawrence

About Donna Lawrence

Donna Lawrence is a dog-lover and a long-time resident of San Diego County, who is now living in Los Angeles. She has written for National Geographic Traveler, the San Diego Daily Transcript, and the San Diego Natural History Museum's Field Notes, among others. With a Master's Degree in Geography, Lawrence has long appreciated San Diego's varied terrain; she enjoyed exploring the county with he husband and their adorable dog Bailey.

Some of Donna Lawrence's Books

LEAVE ONLY PAW PRINTS
Dog Hikes in San Diego County

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Doyce Nunis, Jr.

About Doyce Nunis, Jr.

Some of Doyce Nunis, Jr.'s Books

DAWSONS 27
Drawings Ignacio Tirsch (out of print/out of stock)

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Elizabeth Reid

About Elizabeth Reid

Some of Elizabeth Reid's Books

SPANISH LINGO FOR THE SAVVY GRINGO
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Elizabeth Laul Healey

About Elizabeth Laul Healey

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Ella DeCastro Baron

About Ella DeCastro Baron

Ella DeCastro Baron is a first generation Filipina American born in Oakland and raised in Vallejo, California. With a BA in English Literature from UC Berkley, Ella moved to San Diego to earn a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing. She is a full-time wife and mother of two, a part-time English and Creative Writing instructor at San Diego City College, and an “other-times” published writer in publications such as Fiction International, Sunshine Noir, and City Works Literary Journal. She hopes to continue being a witness to her ethnic upbringing, her faith, her interracial family, and how it may or may not fit together. Itchy Brown Girl Seeks Employment is her first novel.

Some of Ella DeCastro Baron's Books

MAMAS AND PAPAS
On the Sublime and Heartbreaking Art of Parenting

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Eric Blehm

About Eric Blehm

Some of Eric Blehm's Books

FOUR LITTLE OWLETS
MOLLY & MCGEE
The World's Most Famous Barn Owls

MOLLY THE OWL
The True Story of a Common Barn Owl That Ends Up Being Not So Common After All

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Eric Kramer

About Eric Kramer

Some of Eric Kramer's Books

STORY OF THE AMERICAN WEST
Legends of Arizona

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Eric Pahlke

About Eric Pahlke

Some of Eric Pahlke's Books

SAN DIEGO COUNTY VICTORIANS
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Eric Peterson

About Eric Peterson

A third generation Californian, Eric Peterson grew up in Los Gatos, a town some 50 miles south of San Francisco. He began college at the University of California, San Diego and completed his degree at Stanford University, earning a bachelor's degree in communication in 1979. He lives in Southern California with his wife and two daughters.

Some of Eric Peterson's Books

LIFE AS A SANDWICH
Hardcover Edition(OUT OF STOCK)

LIFE AS A SANDWICH
Softcover Edition (OUT OF STOCK)

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Ernest Burrus

About Ernest Burrus

Some of Ernest Burrus's Books

DAWSONS 47
Jesuit Relations Baja

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Ernestine De Soto

About Ernestine De Soto

Some of Ernestine De Soto's Books

SUGAR BEAR STORY
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Ernie Cowan

About Ernie Cowan

Ernie Cowan began his love affair with the desert as a young reporter for the Evening Tribune, covering Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. He's captured thousands of images of the desert's unique beauty, which have been used in state park brochures, greeting cards, and numerous publications—including Desert Magazine, Western Outdoor News, and the North County Times. Cowan, a former Mayor of Escondido, is VP of Government Affairs for the North San Diego County Association of Realtors.

Some of Ernie Cowan's Books

ANZA-BORREGO: A Photographic Journey Second Edition
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Everett Gordon Hager

About Everett Gordon Hager

Some of Everett Gordon Hager's Books

DAWSONS 50
Index to Baja California Travel Series

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Forrest Hylton

About Forrest Hylton

Some of Forrest Hylton's Books

VANISHING ACTS
A Tragedy

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Forrest L. Mitchell

About Forrest L. Mitchell

Some of Forrest L. Mitchell's Books

DRAGONFLIES OF TEXAS
DRAGONFLIES OF FLORIDA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
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Frances L. O'Neil

About Frances L. O'Neil

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Frank Todd

About Frank Todd

Some of Frank Todd's Books

HANDBOOK OF WATERFOWL IDENTIFICATION
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Frank Wheat

About Frank Wheat

Some of Frank Wheat's Books

CALIFORNIA DESERT MIRACLE
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Fred M. Roberts, Jr.

About Fred M. Roberts, Jr.

Fred M. Roberts, Jr. is a consulting botanist, artist, and author. He grew up in Dana Point, where thousands of acres of underdeveloped grasslands and hiking opportunities contributed to a strong interest in natural history. While attending Dana Hills High School he became interested in reptiles, amphibians, birds, and plants. At Saddleback College, botany became his primary interest and he put together his first checklist of Orange County plants, which he later published and is now in its third edition. In 1982, he received his Bachelor of Science in Geography with an emphasis on Botany from the University of California, San Barbara. From 1982 to 1991 he worked as an assistant curator in the Museum of Systematic Biology, University of California, Irvine. From 1991 to 1999 he worked as a botanist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service before starting his own botanical consulting business. Fred is a Research Associate at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. He is currently working on several projects including A Flora of Orange County, California.

Some of Fred M. Roberts, Jr.'s Books

WILDFLOWERS OF ORANGE COUNTY AND THE SANTA ANA MOUNTAINS
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Garner A. Palenske

About Garner A. Palenske

Some of Garner A. Palenske's Books

WYATT EARP IN SAN DIEGO
Life After Tombstone

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Garrett Burke

About Garrett Burke

Some of Garrett Burke's Books

QUARTERAMA
America's Treasured National Parks Quarters

QUARTERAMA
Ideas & Designs of America's State Quarters
Deluxe Hardcover Edition

QUARTERAMA
Ideas and Designs of America's State Quarters
Pocket Change Edition

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Garry Hayes

About Garry Hayes

Some of Garry Hayes's Books

GEOLOGICAL EXCURSIONS IN THE SONORA PASS REGION
of the Sierra Nevada

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Gary Clark

About Gary Clark

Some of Gary Clark's Books

BIRDS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS AND UPPER TEXAS COAST
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Gary Mitrovich

About Gary Mitrovich

Gary Mitrovich is a third-generation native of San Diego and an active member of the San Diego Police Department since 1980. Mitrovich helped establish San Diego Police Historical Association in 1997, of which he is Vice President. In 1984, he received the SDPD's highest honor, the medal for Valor, for aiding in the capture of a man who had murdered two fellow officers. He grew up—and still resides—in what used to be the city of East San Diego.

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Gary Winters

About Gary Winters

Gary Winters has written a hundred cross-cultural articles on Mexico. He has won awards for short story, poetry, novel, and photojournalism. In the United States he has won numerous awards and been published in the Mensa Bulletin, several literary journals, and was a poetry contest winner in the Mensa International Journal, distributed in a hundred countries. Gary was the English editor, feature writer and columnist for a bilingual newspaper in Baja California. He was severely censured by immigration officials when he championed Mexican union workers and muchachos selling chicle on the streets of San Felipe. He writes fiction now.

Some of Gary Winters's Books

THE DEER DANCER
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George Heinrich

About George Heinrich

Some of George Heinrich's Books

AMERICAN ALLIGATORS OF THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES
SNAKES OF NORTHERN FLORIDA INCLUDING THE PANHANDLE: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
TURTLES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA
SNAKES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

SNAKES OF SOUTH FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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George Jefferson

About George Jefferson

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George Rush, Ph.D.

About George Rush, Ph.D.

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Gloria Tveten

About Gloria Tveten

Some of Gloria Tveten's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS AND THE UPPER TEXAS COAST
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Gordon Gatsil

About Gordon Gatsil

Some of Gordon Gatsil's Books

FOLLOW THE SUN
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Greg Lawson

About Greg Lawson

Some of Greg Lawson's Books

PALM SPRINGS OASIS
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Greg Niemann

About Greg Niemann

Greg Niemann, a long-time journalist, is author of the award-winning Baja Legends, Palm Springs Legends, Baja Fever, and most recently Big Brown: The Untold Story of UPS. A long-time member of the Outdoor Writers Association of California, he often writes for the San Clemente Journal. Most of his articles are travel- or Baja-related, including numerous fishing and off-road racing articles. When they are not traveling, he and his wife live in Palm Springs.

Some of Greg Niemann's Books

BAJA LEGENDS (OUT OF STOCK - REPRINT PENDING FALL 2014)
LAS VEGAS LEGENDS
What Happened in Vegas...

PALM SPRINGS LEGENDS
Creation of a Desert Oasis

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Greg R. Homel

About Greg R. Homel

Some of Greg R. Homel's Books

BIRDS OF ALASKA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BIRDS OF CENTRAL & NORTHERN CALIFORNIA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BIRDS OF IDAHO: A Guide to Common and Notable Species
BIRDS OF LOUISIANA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BIRDS OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BIRDS OF NORTHERN ARIZONA: Including Flagstaff, Sedona, and Grand Canyon National Park
BIRDS OF OREGON: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BIRDS OF PUERTO VALLARTA
BIRDS OF SOUTH TEXAS INCLUDING THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BIRDS OF SOUTHEAST ARIZONA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BIRDS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BIRDS OF SOUTHWEST ARIZONA: Including Southeast California
BIRDS OF TENNESSEE INCLUDING THE GREAT SMOKEY MOUNTAINS: A Guide to Common and Notable Species
BIRDS OF WASHINGTON: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BIRDS OF YELLOWSTON & GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARKS: A Guide to Common and Notable Species
HUMMINGBIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA: A Comprehensive Guide to All Species
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Harry Crosby

About Harry Crosby

Harry W. Crosby is a writer and historian whose extensive explorations and archival research have established him as one of the significant authorities on the colorful past of the Californias. His most recent work, Gateway to Alta California: The Expedition to San Diego, 1769 tells of the historic trek which resulted in the founding of San Diego. Other works include The Cave Paintings of Baja California, Antigua California, Portrait of Paloma, and Tijuana: 1964. Crosby is at work on a book about Javier Aguilar, which continues the story of Antigua California and Gateway to Alta California.

Some of Harry Crosby's Books

CAVE PAINTINGS of BAJA CALIFORNIA
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Henry Aurand

About Henry Aurand

Some of Henry Aurand's Books

GEOLOGY TERMS in ENGLISH and SPANISH
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Iris Engstrand

About Iris Engstrand

Iris Engstrand is Professor of History at the University of San Diego. The author of 18 books, papers, and monographs on Southern California and Baja California history, Dr. Engstrand is recognized as the foremost authority on the history of San Diego. Her titles include Inspired by Nature: The San Diego Natural History Museum, and Harley Knox: San Diego's Mayor for the People. Dr. Engstrand received her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in history from the University of Southern California. Her academic honors include USD\'s distinguished University Professorship, The Davies Award, plus Awards of Merit from the San Diego and California Historical Societies. She has been awarded fellowships from the Fulbright Commission, and Huntington Library, and research grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Council for the Humanities.

Some of Iris Engstrand's Books

INSPIRED BY NATURE
The San Diego Natural History Museum After 125 Years

SAN DIEGO
California's Cornerstone

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Jack Brandais

About Jack Brandais

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Jack Innis

About Jack Innis

Jack Innis is an award-winning local journalist who has made an extensive study of the wonderful and often-times quirky history of San Diego. A long-time surfer, fisherman, and boating enthusiast, he is the local media relations representative of the International Game Fish Association. Formerly editor of the San Diego Log, Innis is a freelance editor and writer who lives in San Diego with his wife and daughter.

Some of Jack Innis's Books

SAN DIEGO LEGENDS (OUT OF STOCK - REPRINT PENDING FALL 2014)
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James Halfpenny

About James Halfpenny

Some of James Halfpenny's Books

TRACKS, SCATS AND SIGNS OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
TRACKS, SCATS, & SIGNS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST WILDLIFE: A Guide to Identification in the Wild
TRACKS, SCATS, & SIGNS OF YELLOWSTONE & GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARKS: A Guide to Identification in the Wild
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James L. Lasswell

About James L. Lasswell

Some of James L. Lasswell's Books

DRAGONFLIES OF FLORIDA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
DRAGONFLIES OF TEXAS
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Janis Lindsey Huggins

About Janis Lindsey Huggins

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Jeanne Murphy

About Jeanne Murphy

Some of Jeanne Murphy's Books

SHELLS OF FLORIDA: Atlantic Ocean and Florida Keys (Common and Notable Species)
SHELLS OF FLORIDA: Gulf of Mexico
SHELLS OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA: A Beachcomber's Guide to Common and Notable Species
TRACKS, SCATS, AND SIGNS OF FLORIDA WILDLIFE
A Guide to Interpreting Common Wildlife Trails

TRACKS, SCATS, AND SIGNS OF TEXAS WILDLIFE
A Guide to Interpreting Common Wildlife Trails

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Jeannette Jurado

About Jeannette Jurado

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Jeff Tyler

About Jeff Tyler

Some of Jeff Tyler's Books

CAMPGROUNDS of LOS ANGELES and ORANGE COUNTIES
CAMPGROUNDS of SANTA BARBARA and VENTURA COUNTIES
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Jeff Miller

About Jeff Miller

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Jeffrey Garcia

About Jeffrey Garcia

Jeffrey Garcia lives in Carlsbad, California with his wife and two boys. A lifetime surfer, Jeffrey has not missed a single island surf season in over twenty years. A graduate of UC Santa Barbara, Jeffrey honed his creative skills as a global marketing director in the gift trade.

Some of Jeffrey Garcia's Books

SANTA CLAUS AND THE MOLOKAI MULES
A Hawaiian Island Surfing Adventure

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Jerry Dickey

About Jerry Dickey

Jerry Dickey is a retired judicial assistant in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, California. He did his academic fieldwork on prehistoric Archaic sites and a historic Spanish presidio in Southern California. He has documented rock art for the Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, BLM/Arizona Strip, and the Kaibab National Forest since 1992. He has recorded rock art in the California desert for the last 25 years.

Some of Jerry Dickey's Books

ROCK ART OF THE GRAND CANYON REGION
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Jillian Lund

About Jillian Lund

Some of Jillian Lund's Books

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A JACKALOPE?
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Jim Brock

About Jim Brock

Some of Jim Brock's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF CENTRAL & NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BUTTERFLIES OF TEXAS BIG BEND COUNTRY
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Jimmy Santiago Baca

About Jimmy Santiago Baca

Some of Jimmy Santiago Baca's Books

RITA and JULIA
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Joan Brady

About Joan Brady

Joan Brady is an internationally recognized writer and lecturer. Her best-selling debut novel God on a Harley was translated into seventeen languages, and was endorsed by well-known self-help experts like John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus). Since the success of her first novel, Joan has developed an especially large and loyal following in the Latino community. She has since penned an additional six novels, most of which have become best sellers in Spain and Latin America. She has been a guest on many television and radio programs here in the United States, as well as in Barcelona, Spain and in Mexico City, Mexico.

Some of Joan Brady's Books

THE GHOST OF MT. SOLEDAD
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Joey Seymour

About Joey Seymour

Joey Seymour recently earned his M.A. in history from the University of San Diego. He also holds a B.F.A. from Chapman University. After working for various professional sports franchises, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Los Angeles Kings, Kansas City Royals and Newport Beach Breakers of World Team Tennis, he decided to focus his attention on blending his love for sports and passion for writing. The combination produced this book, which was originally his master's thesis. Joey and his family currently live in Carlsbad, California.

Some of Joey Seymour's Books

SAN DIEGO'S FINEST ATHLETES
Five Exceptional Lives

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John Lamb

About John Lamb

Some of John Lamb's Books

SAN DIEGO SPECTERS
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John Minch

About John Minch

Some of John Minch's Books

CAMINOS DE BAJA CA GEOLOGIA Y BIOLOGIA
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John O'Melveny Woods

About John O'Melveny Woods

John O'Melveny Woods is a successful entrepreneur who attended USC Film School, and has written numerous television shows, screenplays, articles, and non-fiction books. Return to Treasure Island is his first book; his second Jesse James Secret: Codes, Cover-Ups and Hidden Treasure was the basis for the History Channel's highest rated show, and is due out Fall 2010. He lives in Leucadia, California, and has a vacation home that he built in the forest of Washington State

Some of John O'Melveny Woods's Books

RETURN TO TREASURE ISLAND
JESSE JAMES' SECRET
Codes, Cover-Ups, & Hidden Treasure

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Jon P. Rebman

About Jon P. Rebman

Jon P. Rebman holds the Mary and Dallas Clark Endowed Chair and has been the Curator of Botany at the San Diego Natural History Museum since 1996. For more than 22 years he has been conducting extensive floristic research in Baja California, Mexico and in San Diego and Imperial counties of California. Dr. Rebman obtained his doctoral degree in botany from Arizona State University; his dissertation research elucidated the systematics of the genus Cylindropuntia (chollas) in the cactus family of Baja California.

 

Dr. Rebman is the director of the San Diego County Plant Atlas Project www.sdplantatlas.org and identifies/verifies all of the incoming specimens (over 53,000) that are obtained through this multi-year floristic project. He has published many scientific papers on the plants of the southern California/Baja California region including naming and describing many new species in Baja California. As a hobby, Dr. Rebman is a plant photographer and almost all of his photos are available and searchable online at the Museum’s botanical websites: www.bajaflora.org and www.sdplantatlas.org.

Some of Jon P. Rebman's Books

BAJA CALIFORNIA PLANT FIELD GUIDE
3rd Edition

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Joseph N. Davis

About Joseph N. Davis

Some of Joseph N. Davis's Books

REPORT WRITING CONCEPTS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
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Joseph R. Tomelleri

About Joseph R. Tomelleri

Some of Joseph R. Tomelleri's Books

FRESHWATER FISHES OF LOUISIANA: A Guide to Game Fishes
FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS
FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: A Guide to Game Fishes
FRESHWATER FISHES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA
FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE SOUTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS: A Guide to Game Fishes
SALTWATER FISHES OF LOUISIANA: A Guide to Inshore & Offshore Species
FISHES OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
A Guide to Freshwater and Saltwater Species

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Judge Dick Murphy

About Judge Dick Murphy

Some of Judge Dick Murphy's Books

SAN DIEGO'S JUDGE MAYOR
How Murphys Law Blindsided Leadership with 2020 Vision

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Judith Garfield

About Judith Garfield

Some of Judith Garfield's Books

SAN DIEGO-LA JOLLA UNDERWATER PARK ECOLOGICAL RESERVE
Volume 2 - La Jolla Shores and Canyon

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Judy Goldstein Botello

About Judy Goldstein Botello

Dr. Judy Goldstein Botello is a pediatrician, teacher, and lecturer who works extensively with children and their families throughout San Diego County. She currently works with developmentally disabled children, teaches Western medicine and physiology to acupuncture students, lectures on cross-cultural issues in medicine, and has taught pediatrics at several community colleges and at UCSD. Dr. Goldstein Botello is the author of a critically acclaimed novel, The Other Side: Journeys in Baja California. Her stories and articles have appeared in The Southern Review of Literature, Lear's Magazine, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and numerous periodicals. She co-wrote More Adventures with Kids in San Diego with her daughter, Kt Paxton, and continues to explore and discover new adventures throughout the southern California region. Botello and her husband live in San Diego County.

Some of Judy Goldstein Botello's Books

THE OTHER SIDE
Journeys of Baja

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June Allen Reading

About June Allen Reading

Some of June Allen Reading's Books

CONSIGNMENTS TO EL DORADO
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Karla Ogilvie

About Karla Ogilvie

Karla Ogilvie A free-lance author, independent scholar, and award winning photographer, Karla Ogilvie was born and raised in Colorado, where the environment was important to her family. She is a graduate of Colorado State University with an advanced degree in history and a Bachelor's in landscape design. Her writing, as well as many of her photographs, has appeared in California Tour and Travel, horticultural magazines, and Eden, the newsletter for the California Garden and Landscape History society. In addition to her free-lance writing, Karla also works as a garden designer in projects both in the historical and residential areas. She speaks in various garden clubs and most recently spoke at the "Gardening: Histories of Horticultural Practice" meeting in Glasgow, Scotland and at the Garden Club of California in Carlsbad. Now residing in Encinitas, she continues to write and photograph for garden publications, and continues to photograph Encinitas with her cockapoo Cocoa. Karla's greatest joys are spending time with her husband Greg and daughter Torrie.

Some of Karla Ogilvie's Books

ENCINITAS INSIGHT
A Photographer's Journey

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Kathy Adams Clark

About Kathy Adams Clark

Some of Kathy Adams Clark's Books

BIRDS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS AND UPPER TEXAS COAST
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Ken Jaques

About Ken Jaques

Some of Ken Jaques's Books

THE PLAY'S THE THING
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Kerry Germain

About Kerry Germain

Kerry Germain resides at a well-seasoned beach house on the North Shore of O'ahu, Hawai'i, with her husband Michael, son Jack, and their thirteen year old cat Scrapper. Her adventurous island life along with the birth of her son directed her to children's writing. She is the author of three picture books published by her company, Island Paradise Publishing, created in 2000. She has had two stories published in Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hanson's, Chicken Soup for the Soul Series, Chicken Soup for the Soul Christmas and Chicken Soup for the Preteen Soul 2. She is a member of SCBWI, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and has received two awards for her picture books from The Hawaii Book Publishers Association.

Some of Kerry Germain's Books

KIMO'S SUMMER VACATION
KIMO'S SURFING LESSON
SURF'S UP FOR KIMO
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Kevin T. Karlson

About Kevin T. Karlson

Some of Kevin T. Karlson's Books

RAPTORS OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA: A Guide to All Species
WATERFOWL OF NORTH AMERICA: A Comprehensive Guide to all Species
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Larry Manfredi

About Larry Manfredi

Some of Larry Manfredi's Books

BIRDS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Leland Fetzer

About Leland Fetzer

Leland Fetzer, the son of a part-time mine owner, was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He spent thirty years as a San Diego State University professor specializing in Russian. Retired from teaching, Dr. Fetzer built a home in Julian's North Peak, a subject he explored in his collection of essays, A Year in the Cuyamacas. His book, A Good Camp, explores San Diego's Gold Rush in detail; another of his local history titles is Place Name of San Diego County A to Z. Dr. Fetzer is a popular speaker who lives with his wife in San Diego and Julian.

Some of Leland Fetzer's Books

A GOOD CAMP
Gold Mines of Julian and the Cuyamacas

SAN DIEGO COUNTY PLACE NAMES A to Z
THE CUYAMACAS
The Story of San Diego's High Country

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Linda Pyle

About Linda Pyle

Some of Linda Pyle's Books

PACIFIC PEAKS and PICNICS
Day Journeys in San Diego County

PEAKS, PALMS AND PICNICS
Updated and Revised Edition

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Linda Pequegnat

About Linda Pequegnat

Linda Pequegnat is a retired research scientist, in the field of Marine Biology, who got her Masters from Scripps Institution of Oceanography. This book is her first endeavor in historical research about her favorite place—San Diego. Born in Indiana, she moved to San Diego in 1954, and now enjoys living in La Jolla.

Some of Linda Pequegnat's Books

THIS DAY IN SAN DIEGO HISTORY
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Linda Abbott Trapp

About Linda Abbott Trapp

Some of Linda Abbott Trapp's Books

ORNAMENTAL PLANTS and FLOWERS of TROPICAL MEXICO
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Linton H. Robinson

About Linton H. Robinson

Some of Linton H. Robinson's Books

MEXICAN SLANG
Plus Graffiti

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Liz Palika

About Liz Palika

Liz Palika is an expert on dogs, training, and therapy work. Through her efforts, thousands of people have been touched by pet therapy. Now she shares that experience. Love on a Leash gives you the tips, methods, and techniques for training and working with a therapy pet, as well as telling you how to make your visit a success. You just may discover that you have a four-footed therapist waiting to share canine love!

 

 
   

Liz Palika is the founder of Love on a Leash, a nationwide therapy pet certification organization. She has over 25 years of experience teaching dogs and their owners at Kindred Spirits Canine Education Center. She has written over 60 books and thousands of magazine articles and columns. Liz’s books have won many awards and in 2005 Liz was awarded the Dog Writers Association Distinguished Service Award. She is a founding member of the Association for Pet Dog Trainers (APDT), a charter member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP), and a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC).

Some of Liz Palika's Books

LOVE ON A LEASH
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Lora Cline

About Lora Cline

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Lowell Lindsay

About Lowell Lindsay

Lowell Lindsay is CEO of Sunbelt Publications, a major regional source of books on the natural history and cultural heritage of the Californias. He majored in geology from UCLA, holds an MA from West Texas A&M, is past president of the San Diego Association of Geologists, and is treasurer of the national Association of Earth Science Editors. His books include The Anza-Borrego Desert Region; Geothermal Resources of the Imperial Valley; and Geology of Anza-Borrego.

Some of Lowell Lindsay's Books

ANZA-BORREGO DESERT MAP*
3rd Edition

ANZA-BORREGO DESERT REGION
5TH Edition
A Guide to State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert

GEOLOGY of ANZA-BORREGO
Edge of Creation

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Lucile Iverson South

About Lucile Iverson South

Some of Lucile Iverson South's Books

DANCING THRU LIFE ON TOES OF GOLD
MARSHAL SOUTH and the GHOST MOUNTAIN CHRONICLES
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M.F. Jones-Ried

About M.F. Jones-Ried

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Marc Meyers

About Marc Meyers

Marc A. Meyers, Professor of Materials Science at the University of California at San Diego, has carried out research within his field all over the world. His work with the Center for Explosives Technology Research and the US Army led him to imagine a chain of events which could lead to the frightening scenario in Mayan Mars. Dr. Meyers lives in San Diego and travels extensively in Mexico and Europe.

Some of Marc Meyers's Books

CHECHNYA JIHAD
MAYAN MARS
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Marc C. and Maria F. Minno

About Marc C. and Maria F. Minno

Some of Marc C. and Maria F. Minno's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
BUTTERFLIES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTHEAST FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BUTTERFLIES OF THE FLORIDA KEYS
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Marc C. Minno Minno

About Marc C. Minno Minno

Some of Marc C. Minno Minno's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF THE SOUTHERN COASTAL PLAIN: Including Northern Florida, Southern Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana
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Margaret Gooding

About Margaret Gooding

Some of Margaret Gooding's Books

MISSION TRAILS REGIONAL PARK MAP
Second Edition

CYCLING THE PALM SPRINGS REGION
CYCLING THE TRAILS OF SAN DIEGO
A Mountain Biker's Guide to the County

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Maria F. Minno

About Maria F. Minno

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Marisela Norte

About Marisela Norte

Some of Marisela Norte's Books

PEEPING TOM TOM GIRL
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Marshal South

About Marshal South

Some of Marshal South's Books

MARSHAL SOUTH RIDES AGAIN: His Anza-Borrego Novels
MARSHAL SOUTH and the GHOST MOUNTAIN CHRONICLES
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Marven Patchen

About Marven Patchen

Some of Marven Patchen's Books

BAJA OUTPOST
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Maureen Gilmer

About Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer is among the leading horticultural writers in America. Over the past 25 years she has worked in all phases of horticulture from laborer to landscape architect. Her work has dominated garden book publishing with 15 titles and a nationally syndicated column "Yard Smart." She is an established host and authority on Scripps Television Networks, the author of more than 15 books, a nationally syndicated columnist, and contributes to major magazines.
www.moplants.com

Some of Maureen Gilmer's Books

PALM SPRINGS-STYLE GARDENING
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Mel Freilicher

About Mel Freilicher

Mel Freilicher is a longtime San Diego resident who was publisher and co-editor of CRAWL OUT YOUR WINDOW for 15 years, a magazine of regional literature and arts.  Freilicher’s previous book, The Unmaking of Americans : 7 Lives (2007) was published by San Diego City Works Press, and he was anthologized in their Sunshine/Noir: Writing from San Diego and Tijuana (2005). Freilicher was also anthologized in Contemporary American Fiction (Sun and Moon Press) and in Performance Anthology: Source Book for a Decade of California Performance Art (Contemporary Arts Press).  Along with two chapbooks, his reviews, essays, and fiction have appeared in many publications.  Freilicher has been teaching creative writing in the University of California at San Diego’s Literature Department for several decades.

Some of Mel Freilicher's Books

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF REBELS
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Michael Cassiliano

About Michael Cassiliano

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Michael Mathes

About Michael Mathes

Some of Michael Mathes's Books

DAWSONS 40
Cattle Brands Baja Sur

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Michael E. Grimes

About Michael E. Grimes

Some of Michael E. Grimes's Books

INFORMANTS
A Guide for Developing and Controlling Informants

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Michael J. Walawender

About Michael J. Walawender

Some of Michael J. Walawender's Books

ROADSIDE GEOLOGY ALONG SUNRISE HIGHWAY
A GOOD CAMP
Gold Mines of Julian and the Cuyamacas

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Miguel Angel de la Cueva

About Miguel Angel de la Cueva

Some of Miguel Angel de la Cueva's Books

OASIS OF STONE
Visions of Baja California Sur

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Miguel Del Barco

About Miguel Del Barco

Some of Miguel Del Barco's Books

DAWSONS 43
Natural History Baja

DAWSONS 44
Ethnology and Linguistics Baja

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Miguel Leon Portilla

About Miguel Leon Portilla

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Nancy Cary

About Nancy Cary

Some of Nancy Cary's Books

HUNGER AND THIRST
Food Literature

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Nathaniel P. Jensen

About Nathaniel P. Jensen

Some of Nathaniel P. Jensen's Books

DON'T EVER CROSS THAT ROAD!
An Armadillo Story

LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE
A Desert Tortoise Tale
Hardcover Edition

LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE
A Desert Tortoise Tale
Softcover Edition

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Nelson Anderson

About Nelson Anderson

Nelson Anderson, who earned a graduate degree from the University of San Diego, has a diverse background, with experience in science, politics and education. He served two terms as an elected official during the 1990s, first as a city councilman, then in the state House of Representatives. It was then that he suffered his heart attack. Nelson loves baseball, football, cooking, reading, working out, and the beach. He currently teaches high school biology and chemistry. Nelson and his wife Jenny reside near the ocean in San Diego, California.

Some of Nelson Anderson's Books

HEART ATTACK SURVIVOR'S GUIDE TO A LONG, HEALTHY LIFE
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Nelson Copp

About Nelson Copp

Nelson Copp is the author of Cycling the Palm Springs Region, co-author of the books Cycling San Diego and Wilderness Basics, and a popular lecturer. A geologist by training, he enjoys helping people "find themselves" he teaches Map & Compass Navigation and GPS classes for many Southern California groups and is a frequent Sierra Club outing leader. Along with biking, his interests include hiking, backpacking, surfing, cross-country skiing, and chasing eclipses all over the globe.

Some of Nelson Copp's Books

CYCLING SAN DIEGO (OUT OF STOCK - REPRINT PENDING FALL 2014)
CYCLING THE PALM SPRINGS REGION
CYCLING THE TRAILS OF SAN DIEGO
A Mountain Biker's Guide to the County

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Nicholas Clapp

About Nicholas Clapp

  Award-winning documentary filmmaker and author Nicholas Clapp has studied, filmed, and written about the deserts of the world. With a master’s degree in cinema from the University of Southern California, his first professional break came when he produced and directed The Great Mojave Desert, a one-hour special for CBS and the National Geographic Society. He has won over 70 major film awards for his documentary work.

    As an author, his distinguished previous publications include The Road to Ubar: Finding the Atlantis of the Sands and Sheba: Through the Desert in Search of the Legendary Queen. His interest in the Queen of Sheba drew him to the story of the Queen of Sheba Mine in Death Valley and to its mining engineer, leading to his last work, Who Killed Chester Pray? It was while researching for this book that Clapp discovered the many rare photographs of America’s Last Frontier. With the detailed eye of a cinematographer, Clapp has noted the most exacting details in each of the photographs selected for this book — a final look at life on this Last Frontier.

Some of Nicholas Clapp's Books

GOLD AND SILVER IN THE MOJAVE
Images of a Last Frontier

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Nick Agelidis

About Nick Agelidis

NICK AGELIDIS was born and grew up in Australia. He has been a world traveler from the age of 10 when his parents took him on a six-month vacation around the world. He moved to England in his twenties to complete a PhD in engineering and came to the United States in his thirties to work in the automotive industry. In his forties he worked in Holland and France, and then in his fifties he came back to the United States. He currently lives in La Jolla, which is the subject of this book. Nick has always been a keen photographer, and his extensive travels have given him plenty of opportunities to indulge his hobby. However, his recent retirement from a corporate career now allows him to focus his full attention on photography. This is his first published book.

Some of Nick Agelidis's Books

La Jolla: A Photographic Journey
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Noah Hughes

About Noah Hughes

Some of Noah Hughes's Books

GEOLOGICAL EXCURSIONS IN THE SONORA PASS REGION
of the Sierra Nevada

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Norman C. Roberts

About Norman C. Roberts

Some of Norman C. Roberts's Books

BAJA CALIFORNIA PLANT FIELD GUIDE
3rd Edition

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Pal Kelemen

About Pal Kelemen

Some of Pal Kelemen's Books

KELEMEN JOURNALS
Incidents of discovery of Art in the Americas

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Patricia Daly-Lipe

About Patricia Daly-Lipe

Although born in La Jolla, California, Patricia spent half her childhood in Washington, D.C., the home of several generations of her mother's family. In 1961, her mother died. Only 18, Patricia returned to Vassar College with a year at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, and earned a B.A. degree in Philosophy.

Later, as a single parent of three children, she raised, raced, and showed Thoroughbred horses. She now rescues thoroughbreds.

Patricia also completed a Masters degree followed by a PhD and has taught University English and writing, written for magazines, had a newspaper column with Beach and Bay Press, and now writes for The Georgetowner/Uptowner newspapers.

She lives in Virginia with her husband and menagerie of dogs, horses, and cats. Author of five books, she was the 2002 winner of San Diego Book Awards Association for La Jolla, A Celebration of Its Past, recipient of the 2004 Woman of Achievement Award La Jolla Branch NLAPW, Best Books Award Finalist, and 1st runner up trophy winner JADA Award Winning Novel Contest 2006 for Forbidden Loves, Paris Between the Wars and more including 2009 2nd prize for Poetry by the Virginia Writers, Inc.

Some of Patricia Daly-Lipe's Books

LA JOLLA
A Celebration of its Past (OUT OF STOCK)

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Patrick Abbott

About Patrick Abbott

Some of Patrick Abbott's Books

RISE and FALL of SAN DIEGO
150 Million Years of History Recorded in Sedimentary Rock

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Paul Remeika

About Paul Remeika

Some of Paul Remeika's Books

GEOLOGY of ANZA-BORREGO
Edge of Creation

ANZA-BORREGO DESERT REGION
5TH Edition
A Guide to State Park and Adjacent Areas of the Western Colorado Desert

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Paul Bernstein

About Paul Bernstein

Paul Bernstein, MD, was recently elected the San Diego Area Medical Director for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. He is also the Chair of the Head and Neck Division of the American Cancer Society and founder of the Kaiser Permanente Historical Society. His novels have won awards at the San Diego Book Awards, the San Francisco Book Festival, the London Book Festival, and the Asilomar Writers' Conference. He has appeared as a medical expert on Good Morning America, San Diego television, and was featured on the cover of MD Magazine.
www.paulebernstein.com

Some of Paul Bernstein's Books

COURAGE TO HEAL
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Paul Campbell

About Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell was raised in rural Minnesota where he learned to love nature and the outdoors. He graduated from the University of Minnesota and, after serving in the Marine Corps, worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Probation as a Probation Officer and as a social worker for Children's Services. Now retired, he lives in southern California and travels extensively in Mexico and the Southwest U.S. He is the author of Survival Skills of Native California, The Humboldt Celt and Astronomy and the Maya Calendar Correlation.

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Paul W. Wittmer

About Paul W. Wittmer

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Pegas Bette Blaydes

About Pegas Bette Blaydes

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Philip Pryde

About Philip Pryde

Some of Philip Pryde's Books

SAN DIEGO
An Introduction to the Region

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Philip Unitt

About Philip Unitt

Some of Philip Unitt's Books

BIRDS OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY
SAN DIEGO COUNTY BIRD ATLAS
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Rana Knighten

About Rana Knighten

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Randall D. Babb

About Randall D. Babb

Some of Randall D. Babb's Books

REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS OF THE CHIHUAHUAN DESERT: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS OF THE MOJAVE DESERT: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
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Richard Carrico

About Richard Carrico

Richard Carrico is a principal in the firm Recuerdos Research and a lecturer in the Department of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University and at Cuyamaca Community College. He has an M. A. in History from the University of San Diego and B. A. degrees in History and Anthropology from San Diego State University. While at SDSU, Richard served as the field director for large-scale archaeological excavations at the Bancroft Ranch House in Spring Valley and the Presidio of San Diego above Old Town. He resides in Ramona, California with his wife where he raises wine grapes and makes wine under the Rockhill Vineyard label.

Some of Richard Carrico's Books

STRANGERS IN A STOLEN LAND
Indians of San Diego County from Prehistory to the New Deal

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Richard Halsey

About Richard Halsey

Richard Halsey is a noted fire ecologist and trained wildland fire-fighter who has been researching southern California chaparral for over two decades, and is a consultant to environmental and land management agencies. A popular speaker, and instructor at the San Diego Natural History Museum, he coordinates education and research efforts for the California Chaparral Institute. Halsey has been featured on national and regional media, including the Los Angeles Times and Huell Howser's "California's Green" show on PBS.

Some of Richard Halsey's Books

FIRE, CHAPARRAL, and SURVIVAL in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
THE CHAPARRAL SHRUBLANDS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
An Introduction to Familiar Species

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Richard H. Wiegand

About Richard H. Wiegand

Some of Richard H. Wiegand's Books

WILDFLOWERS OF THE EASTERN CHESAPEAKE
A Guide to Common and Rare Native Plant Species

WILDFLOWERS OF THE WESTERN CHESAPEAKE
A Guide to Common and Rare Native Species

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Rider South

About Rider South

Some of Rider South's Books

FRESHWATER FISHES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA
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Rigoberto Moreno Santana

About Rigoberto Moreno Santana

Some of Rigoberto Moreno Santana's Books

CASAS DE LOS CABOS
Spanish Edition

HOUSES BY THE SEA
Mexico

HOUSES OF LOS CABOS
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Rikki Pierce

About Rikki Pierce

Rikki Pierce lives in both Phoenix Arizona and Edmonton Alberta. She derived inspiration for her book from the beautiful southwestern desert that surrounds her and the Native Americans that populate it.

Some of Rikki Pierce's Books

FRY BREAD MAN
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Robert O'Brien

About Robert O'Brien

Some of Robert O'Brien's Books

TREES OF CENTRAL TEXAS
A Guide to Common Native Species

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Robert L. Allen

About Robert L. Allen

Robert L. “Bob” “BugBob” Allen is an entomologist, botanist, instructor and photographer. Raised in San Juan Capistrano, he studied insects from a very early age. He and Fred attended Marco Forster Junior High School in San Juan Capistrano but never met until they entered Dana Hills High School where both learned native plants in natural history class. He attended Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, then California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. In 1982, Cal Poly awarded him a bachelor of Science degree in Environmental and Systematic Biology. In 2006, he received his Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies from California State University, Fullerton. At CSUF, he taught entomology and biological illustration. He teaches nature photography, entomology, botany and pollination classes in classroom and in the field. Bob is a Research Associate at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden and a Research Associate in Entomology at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. He is now working on a book about California’s pollinating insects.

Some of Robert L. Allen's Books

WILDFLOWERS OF ORANGE COUNTY AND THE SANTA ANA MOUNTAINS
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Robert V. Hine

About Robert V. Hine

Some of Robert V. Hine's Books

DYNAMITE AND DREAMS
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Roberta Labastida

About Roberta Labastida

Roberta Labastida was born and raised in San Diego and is a graduate of San Diego State University. Roberta taught elementary school for over twenty years and during that time co-authored two curriculums on the local Kumeyaay Indians, and wrote and illustrated three children's books about the Kumeyaay. Since she has retired she has dedicated herself to sharing her Kumeyaay knowledge and artifact collection with libraries, schools, and parks, as well as to being a volunteer archaeologist. She has also been art consultant and volunteer art teacher at schools in the Mountain Empire School District, El Cajon Boys and Girls Club and Potrero Library.

Some of Roberta Labastida's Books

MY ANCESTORS' VILLAGE
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Roger L. Hammer

About Roger L. Hammer

Some of Roger L. Hammer's Books

WILDFLOWERS OF THE SOUTHERN COASTAL PLAIN including Northern Florida, Southern Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana
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Roland 'Ro' Wauer

About Roland 'Ro' Wauer

Some of Roland 'Ro' Wauer's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF NORTH TEXAS
BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTH TEXAS INCLUDING THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BUTTERFLIES OF TEXAS BIG BEND COUNTRY
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

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Ron Oliver

About Ron Oliver

Chef Ron Oliver travels the world for culinary inspiration but, back in the kitchen, he looks close to home for the freshest flavors. A globetrotter since an early age, Ron holds a unique understanding of how to cook exotic ingredients in a way that tantalizes the American palate. His first cookbook, Flying Pans, captures Ron's balance between ethnic diversity and culinary sophistication. As Chef de Cuisine, Ron has led the prestigious Marine Room in La Jolla to eight titles as Best Restaurant in San Diego. His passion for food and cooking expands to support local schools and to teach food literacy to children by planting sustainable gardens. Ron also spends time crafting unique food-inspired art projects.

Some of Ron Oliver's Books

FLYING PANS
Two Chefs, One World

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Ronald J. Pastore

About Ronald J. Pastore

Some of Ronald J. Pastore's Books

JESSE JAMES' SECRET
Codes, Cover-Ups, & Hidden Treasure

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Ruth Alter

About Ruth Alter

Some of Ruth Alter's Books

THE PAINTED ROCKS
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Ruth Evans

About Ruth Evans

Ruth Todd Evans has had a life-long love of plants, gardening and nature. Following her career as a physician specializing in internal medicine and geriatrics, she has been pursuing other passions: art and literature. A former board member of Quail Botanical Gardens, she lives with her husband in Rancho Santa Fe, California, and is currently writing and illustrating another children's book.

Some of Ruth Evans's Books

THE PANDA WHO WOULD NOT EAT
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San Diego Association of Geologists

About San Diego Association of Geologists

Some of San Diego Association of Geologists 's Books

GEOLOGY AND ENOLOGY OF TEMECULA VALLEY
SAN LUIS REY ON DISPLAY: Geoscience in Northern San Diego County, California
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Scott Snyder

About Scott Snyder

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Scott G Kyle

About Scott G Kyle

Scott G. Kyle is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Coastwise Capital Group, LLC, a boutique money management firm headquartered in La Jolla, California. Scott was the cofounder in 1998 of The Active Network, Inc., a sports marketing and technology company that today has more than 3,000 employees worldwide. Scott holds degrees in Economics and International Relations from Tufts University (magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa), a General course Degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics, and an MBA from Harvard University. Scott is a world champion sailor, and Ironman triathlon finisher, and a third-degree black belt in Shaolin Kempo.

Some of Scott G Kyle's Books

THE POWER CURVE
Smart Investing Using Dividends, Options, and the Magic of Compounding

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Sherry Rogers

About Sherry Rogers

Some of Sherry Rogers's Books

COUNTING LITTLE GECKOS
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Steve Kowit

About Steve Kowit

Some of Steve Kowit's Books

GODS OF RAPTURE
Poems in the Erotic Mood

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Steve Smith

About Steve Smith

Some of Steve Smith's Books

WARBIRD WATCHER'S GUIDE
To the Southern California Skies

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Steven Hartman

About Steven Hartman

Some of Steven Hartman's Books

WILDFLOWERS OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA: A Guide to Native Species
WILDFLOWERS OF SOUTHEAST ARIZONA
A Guide to Common Native Species

WILDFLOWERS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
A Guide to Common Native Species

WILDFLOWERS OF THE SIERRA NEVADA: A Guide to Common Native Species
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Steven Schwartzman

About Steven Schwartzman

Some of Steven Schwartzman's Books

WILDFLOWERS OF CENTRAL TEXAS
A Guide to Common Native Species

WILDFLOWERS OF NORTH TEXAS
WILDFLOWERS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS
A Guide to Common Native Species

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Steven Swartz

About Steven Swartz

Along with his wife and research partner, Mary Lou Jones, Steven conducted the first systematic studies of gray whales in Laguna San Ignacio from 1977 to 1982. He earned his Ph.D. in marine science in 1986 from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He has researched and published widely on gray whales and their breeding lagoons in Baja California throughout his career. Steven edited and contributed to the classic Academic Press treatise “The Gray Whale” with Mary Lou Jones and J. Stephen Leatherwood. He has been active in the Society for Marine Mammalogy as a Charter Member and elected officer. Steven has served as a consultant to the Mexican government’s Ministry for the Environment, Natural Resources, and Fisheries (SEMARNAP), and worked for the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission and the National Marine Fisheries Service. He continues to work with non-government organizations (NGOs) on various marine protected area conservation projects. With his colleague, Jorge Urban R., they established and co-directs the Laguna San Ignacio Ecosystem Science Program in Baja California, Sur, Mexico, to ensure that science based information continues to be available to those responsible for conserving these unique marine protected areas, and to train future generations of marine wildlife scientists.

Some of Steven Swartz's Books

LAGOON TIME, a Guide to the Gray Whales and Natural History of San Ignacio Lagoon
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Steven M. Freers

About Steven M. Freers

Steven M. Freers is a secondary chemistry teacher in Riverside County, California, and teaches Native American Rock Art courses for The University of California, Riverside. For the past 25 years he has been involved in rock art research and conservation in Riverside and San Diego Counties and has worked closely with Luiseño, Cahuilla, and Kumeyaay tribal societies. In 1994, he co-authored a book on southern California rock art "Fading Images," and served five years as the senior editor for the American Rock Art Research Association. His specialty is the use of anthropometric data to project the stature and gender of the makers of prehistoric hand impressions. The past 14 years have found Steve assisting his two co-authors recording rock art in the Grand Canyon National Park, BLM/Arizona Strip, and the Kaibab National Forest.

Some of Steven M. Freers's Books

ROCK ART OF THE GRAND CANYON REGION
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Susan Peterson

About Susan Peterson

Susan Peterson was a columnist for the Los Angeles Times, and has been featured on radio and television. She is a gifted and animated speaker who shares her expertise with various groups around the Southland.

Some of Susan Peterson's Books

FUN and EDUCATIONAL PLACES TO GO WITH KIDS and ADULTS in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
9th Edition

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Susan K. Mitchell

About Susan K. Mitchell

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Terry Ruscin

About Terry Ruscin

Some of Terry Ruscin's Books

MISSION MEMOIRS
A Collection of Photographs, Sketches & Reflections of California's Missions

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Terry and Heather Kraszewski

About Terry and Heather Kraszewski

Terry & Heather Kraszewski grew up in sunny Southern California, soaking up the sunshine, saltwater, and the surfing lifestyle. She has a degree in Early Childhood Development, and owns a surf boutique called Ocean Girl in La Jolla, California, which features her own brand of surf inspired clothing called Surf Angel. Terry's daughter, Heather Kraszewski, was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at four months of age. She has a degree in Film and Television and has worked on many television shows and feature films. Having the beach as her playground, Heather has always felt a strong connection to the sea and the wonderful animals that share the ocean with her.

Some of Terry and Heather Kraszewski's Books

SURF ANGEL
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Tim Walsh

About Tim Walsh

Some of Tim Walsh's Books

SNAKES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

SNAKES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

SNAKES OF SOUTH FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

TURTLES OF FLORIDA
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

AMERICAN ALLIGATORS OF THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES
SNAKES OF NORTHERN FLORIDA INCLUDING THE PANHANDLE: A Guide to Common & Notable Species
TURTLES OF NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, & GEORGIA
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Tom Garcia

About Tom Garcia

Tom Garcia is an attorney and co-author of the Daddy's Heroes children's books series. Tom co-founded Daddy's Heroes, Inc. in 2006 with Karun Naga in an effort to help parents share unforgettable sports moments with their children. The concept for Daddy's Heroes was inspired by Tom's nightly bedtime routine with his young son, where he would share his passion for baseball by telling exciting stories about his favorite players. Tom lives with his wife and two children in Santa Barbara, California, where he is at work on a book about the Red Sox.

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Tom Kirkbride

About Tom Kirkbride

Some of Tom Kirkbride's Books

DISTANT SUNS
Gamadin Book III

GAMADIN 3-VOLUME BOX SET (OUT OF STOCK)
GAZZ
Gamadin Book IV

MONS
Gamadin Book II

WORD OF HONOR
Gamadin Book I

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Tom Hom

About Tom Hom

TOM HOM is a pioneer who in 1963 made San Diego history by becoming the first minority ever elected to the San Diego City Council. Later, this Chinese-American won a seat to the California State Assembly.  Among his many contributions, he helped transform San Diego’s skid row into the vibrant Gaslamp Quarter Historic District and led efforts to establish the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum. Today, Tom continues to be an influential civic, business and community leader, and an inspiration to every generation.

Some of Tom Hom's Books

Tom Hom: Rabbit on a Bumpy Road
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Tom & Patti Higginbotham

About Tom & Patti Higginbotham

Some of Tom & Patti Higginbotham's Books

BACKROAD BAJA
Maps, Logs, Trip Information (OUT OF PRINT)

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Trinka Porrata

About Trinka Porrata

Some of Trinka Porrata's Books

DRUG ID and SYMPTOM GUIDE
5th Edition

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Valerie G. Bugh

About Valerie G. Bugh

Some of Valerie G. Bugh's Books

BUTTERFLIES OF CENTRAL TEXAS
A Guide to Common and Notable Species

BUTTERFLIES OF NORTH TEXAS
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Wendy Kierstead

About Wendy Kierstead

Some of Wendy Kierstead's Books

DANGEROUS and DEADLY WEAPONS I.D. GUIDE
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William R. Gray

About William R. Gray

Some of William R. Gray's Books

WILDFLOWERS OF YELLOWSTONE & GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARKS: A Guide to Common and Notable Species
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Wolf Berger

About Wolf Berger

Some of Wolf Berger's Books

COAST TO CREST AND BEYOUND: Across San Diego County by car along the San Dieguito River
WALK ALONG THE OCEAN
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Wolf Berger Berger

About Wolf Berger Berger

Wolf Berger, Ph.D. (Wolfgang H. Berger) is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at UCSD, and a Research Professor in the Geosciences Research Division of Scripps Institution of Oceanography.  He holds advanced degrees in geology and oceanography, and taught these subjects (as well as other environmental sciences) at the University of California San Diego from the 1970s.  His most recent research is focused on climate history.  He is a former board member of the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy.

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