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Frank Staub is a free-lance photographer and writer specializing in nature, foreign cultures, and adventure sports. His credits include a detailed guidebook to the Upper Arkansas River in Colorado and 33 children’s books on subjects ranging from manatees to mountain goats and Yucatan to the Yellowstone fires, as well as wild horses. Frank’s books have received eight national awards. His photographs have appeared in hundreds of publications and he has authored numerous magazine articles and audiovisual productions.
Frank holds a B.S in biology from Muhlenberg College, an M.S in zoology from the University of Rhode Island, and has worked as a whitewater river guide, truck driver, railroad track laborer, veterinary assistant, and high school science teacher. He currently lives in Tucson, Arizona where he is building an off-the-grid strawbale house with solar electricity, passive solar heating, solar hot water, composting toilet, and rainwater harvesting for all the home's water needs. Frank spends his free time bicycling, hiking, diving, and sea kayaking.