De la Tierra…The Natural World of Northern New Mexico, a new book by Steve Tapia, will be released on Friday, June 26 at Taos Mountain Outfitters on the Plaza. The book release event begins at 5 pm with a book reading and a question-and-answer session led by the Taos News Managing Editor Joan Livingston at 5:30 pm.
De la Tierra has Natural History descriptions for 31 Bird species, 16 Mammal species, 4 Fish species, 2 Invertebrate species, 8 Unique Habitats, 4 Plant species, 4 Tree species, and the big finale…When The Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big Pizza Pie! The book has color photos illustrating the natural world that we share our life with in Northern New Mexico on a day-to-to-day-basis and don’t think about!
Author Steve Tapia was raised in Taos, graduated from Taos High School, spent 27 years as a Wildlife Biologist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and US Forest Service in 6 different States from the West Coast to the Mississippi River. Tapia has been a Freelance Writer for The Taos News since February 2012 and worked on Forest Plan Revisions for the Carson National Forest in New Mexico and the Coconino National Forest in Arizona.
Cindy Brown, Taos News writer & Taos Hiking Guide author will join Steve on June 26 for a repeat book signing.
For more information please contact Taos Mountain Outfitters, 575 758 9292.