Title Volume, Year
Seeing Things for Themselves: Jacqueline Palmer, Natural History Educator 1948-1960
Dawn L. Sanders
Volume 10, 2016
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
10. John Madson’s Where the Sky Began: Land of the Tallgrass Prairie
Nicolette L. Cagle
Volume 9, 2015
On the Significance of Small Dead Things
Karen L. Haberman
Volume 9, 2015
Natural History in the Digital Age
The Use of Original Music Videos to Teach Natural History
Gary D. Grossman and C. Edward Watson
Volume 9, 2015
Natural History in the Digital Age
Developing Mobile Tools for Biodiversity Informatics and Natural History Education
Melissa R.L. Whitaker, Joey Jiron, and Bryan Maass
Volume 8, 2014
What if Your Father Were a Chickadee: What I Observed Today
Don Burgess
2014
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
9. Georg Wilhelm Steller’s Journal of a Voyage with Bering, 1741-1742
Marcel Robischon
Volume 8, 2014
An Invitation for Engagement: Assigning and Assessing Field Notes to Promote Deeper Levels of Observation
John S. Farnsworth, Lyn Baldwin, and Michelle Bezanson
Volume 8, 2014
Editorial
Natural History in the Digital Age?
Jenny Rock
Volume 8, 2014
Natural History of Spain: Teaching Students About Nature and Culture in a Foreign Country
Gorka Sancho & Deborah A. Bidwell
Volume 8, 2014
Organizing a Natural History Gathering: inspiration from the Northeast Warblers and Wildflowers Weekend
Audrey D. Clark & David S. Gilligan
Volume 7, 2013
Field-based and hands-on ecology labs increase undergraduate interest in the natural world
J. Resasco
Volume 7, 2013
Field School
Lyn Baldwin
Volume 7, 2013
What Early 20th Century Nature Study Can Teach Us
Anthony Lorsbach and Jerry Jinks
Volume 7, 2013
Why Practice Natural History?
The Aesthetic Roots of Natural History
Gordon H. Orians
Volume 7, 2013
Toward Transformative Natural History Education: A Few Principles
Thomas L. Fleischner, Tom Wessels, R. Edward Grumbine, and Saul Weisberg
Volume 7, 2013
The Journal’s the Thing: Teaching Natural History and Nature Writing in Baja California Sur
John S. Farnsworth and Christopher D. Beatty
Volume 6, 2012
Local Species Trading Cards: An Activity to Encourage Scientific Creativity and Ecological Predictions from Species’ Traits
Jay M. Fitzsimmons
Volume 6, 2012
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
8. Donald Culross Peattie’s An Almanac for Moderns
John D. Lloyd
Volume 6, 2012
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
7. John Steinbeck’s The Log from the Sea of Cortez
Stephen C. Trombulak
Volume 6, 2012
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
6. Alexander Skutch’s A Naturalist on a Tropical Farm
John G.T. Anderson
Volume 6, 2012
Linked Through Story: Natural Science, Nature Writing, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge
John Tallmadge
Volume 5, 2011
Why Practice Natural History?
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Clare Walker Leslie
Volume 5, 2011
Why Practice Natural History?
Seeing the Natural History Way
Laura Sewall
Volume 5, 2011
Listening to Children: Perceptions of Nature
Donald J. Burgess and Jolie Mayer-Smith
Volume 5, 2011
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
5. Frederick von Hohenstaufen’s The Art of Falconry
John G.T. Anderson
Volume 5, 2011
Why Practice Natural History?
Why Natural History Matters
Thomas L. Fleischner
Volume 5, 2011
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
4. Michael Canfield’s Field Notes on Science and Nature
John G.T. Anderson
Volume 5, 2011
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
3. Charles Darwin’s The Voyage of the Beagle
John G.T. Anderson
Volume 5, 2011
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
2. Henry Walter Bates’ The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of Animals, Sketches of Brazilian and Indian Life, and Aspects of Nature under the Equator, during Eleven Years of Travel
John G.T. Anderson
Volume 5, 2011
From Dioramas to Dragonflies: Redefining the Role of Natural History in Environmental Science
Kirsten H. Martin
Volume 5, 2011
Why Practice Natural History?
Rewilding Natural History
Peter H. Kahn, Jr. and Patricia H. Hasbach
Volume 5, 2011
101 Natural History Books That You Should Read Before You Die
1. Alexander von Humboldt’s Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
John G.T. Anderson
Volume 5, 2011
Editorial
Changes and Opportunities
Stephen C. Trombulak
Volume 5, 2011
Revitalizing Natural History Education by Design
Matthew Kolan and Walter Poleman
Volume 3, 2009
Natural History From the Ground Up: developing a college-level natural history program in the new millennium
David Gilligan
Volume 3, 2009
A Bird in the Hand: a place-based, hands-on curriculum in ornithology
Stephen C. Trombulak
Volume 3, 2009
Teaching Natural History and the Spirit of Place
Fred Taylor and John Tallmadge
Volume 3, 2009
Editorial
Five Myths About Writing About Teaching Natural History
Stephen C. Trombulak
Volume 2, 2008
Natural History Renaissance
Stephen C. Trombulak and Thomas L. Fleischner
Volume 1, 2007
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