- Robert Kirk
Publisher for Princeton Nature
Our nature field guides list ranges far and wide in its coverage of the natural world. At its heart lies the Princeton Field Guides series, comprising close to fifty highly illustrated, authoritative titles exploring the birds, mammals, plants, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and insects of specific countries and regions, written by expert naturalists and illustrated by the world’s leading wildlife artists.
The list also includes award-winning photographic field guides, large-format references looking at a wide range of topics, illustrated bird checklists, and groundbreaking apps. Throughout, the emphasis is on quality, range, and comprehensive scope.
Learning Latin lore to generate greater gardeners
Humans have named and classified the living things around us for many centuries and the system we use today has been generations in the making. The Latin name of a plant is not just a label, but is loaded with information, providing you can translate it.
Roger F. Pasquier on Birds in Winter
The recent report from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society that there are today in the United States and Canada 29.4 billion fewer birds than the estimated 100 billion estimated as present fifty years ago is sobering news.
Lawrence Millman on Fungipedia
Fungipedia presents a delightful A–Z treasury of mushroom lore. Watch as Lawrence Millman introduces you to the world of mushrooms right outside your door.
Tom Stephenson on the BirdGenie App
Tom Stephenson walks us through the new BirdGenie app.
In Dialogue with Thomas Seeley and Nick Haddad: Why is insect conservation important?
Thomas Seeley and Nick Haddad sound off on why insect conservation is important, and to reflect on the magnitude of the loss of key populations.