Pick up or Order Your Copy
White Tank Mountains
Reach for your White Tank Mountains Field Guide when you want to identify native plants or animals. Local Waddell historian and author Karen Krause recently published the pocket guide and has generously donated all proceeds to benefit the White Tank Mountains Conservancy. Initial printing costs were covered by a grant from Arizona Public Service (APS).
The 100+ page field guide contains120 beautiful color photographs and short descriptions of the most common species of plants and animals that visitors may encounter in our regional parks.
Supported by a $6,647 grant from APS, the guide went on sale at a book signing on November 24 at the White Tank Library. It can be purchased online for $10 plus $5 shipping.
The guides will also be available for sale at all WTMC outreach events. Sales at the White Tank Mountains Regional Park Nature Center are coming soon. Be sure to ask when visiting.
Though sold in hard copy only for now, Krause has big plans for an interactive, digital version of the guide that will include bird and animal sounds as well as links to other pertinent information.
The proceeds from the book will contribute to the long-term conservation of the cultural and natural resources of the White Tanks and to the experience of mountain visitors.
Bob Bement, Executive Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer with APS and
Karen Krause, Local Historian and Author
Book Signing Event
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White Tank Mountain Regional Park Nature Center for $10
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White Tank Mountains Field Guide $10
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All proceeds go directly to the
White Tank Mountains Conservancy
Spiral bound 5x9 pocket field guide with 100 pages including 120 color photos. Information on species of plants, cacti, birds, reptiles, and animals common to the White Tank Mountains.
Included is information on the geology and history of the White Tank Mountains.
In addition, there are sections on desert safety, Leave No Trace, recreational opportunities, and the White Tank Mountain Conservancy.