Mare’s Publications

Books I Have Written, Compiled and Made Ready for Publication
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amerriverbook1

This book contains information on galls, slime molds, insects, and fungi commonly found along the American River. All of the profit from the sale o this book is donated anonymously to regional nonprofit conservation organizations.

cool-stuff2

This is the second book in the “Cool Stuff” series.  It contains information on plants, trees and flowers commonly found along the American River. All of the profit from the sale o this book is donated anonymously to regional nonprofit conservation organizations.

cool-stuff3

This is the third book in the “Cool Stuff” series.  It contains information on bird species commonly found along the American River. All of the profit from the sale o this book is donated anonymously to regional nonprofit conservation organizations.

coloring-book

This is an adult coloring book I created for Tuleyome.  All of the photos and drawings presented in the book are those I took (and drew) myself.

 

kids-book

This is a children’s book I wrote for Tuleyome. It contains photos and information on common species and locations found in and around Yolo County in California, and asks readers to answer questions posed about each one.

species-guide

This is the species guide I wrote for Tuleyome.  It contains information on over 200 distinct species found in the Berryessa Snow Mountain region of northern California.

tt2

This is one of a 2-volume set of books that feature articles from the “Tuleyome Tales”  column published in regional newspapers.  My articles appear in Volume 2.

trails-clousa

This is one of 3 volumes of trails books I put  together for Tuleyome. Each book features trails in specific counties and includes maps, photos and other information about the trails.

Bibliography of Works to December 2017

  1. Fox 40, KTXL Television. (2016, November 30). Preserve and Restore with Tuleyome, Interview with Andrew Fulks and Mary K. Hanson. Retrieved from Studio40 Live: http://fox40.com/2016/11/30/preserve-and-restore-with-tuleyome/
  2. Hanson, M. K. (2010). The Ek’tevan Prerogative. Sacramento, CA: Mary K. Hanson, Blurb.com.
  3. Hanson, M. K. (2010). The Pon T’Keshtan. Sacramento, CA: Mary K. Hanson, Blurb.com.
  4. Hanson, M. K. (2013, March 31). Butterflies Emerging for Spring. Daily Democrat. Retrieved from http://www.dailydemocrat.com/general-news/20130331/tuleyome-tales-butterflies-emerging-for-spring
  5. Hanson, M. K. (2013, April 3). Colorful neighbor: pipevine swallowtail. Retrieved from West Sacramento News-Ledger: http://www.westsac.com/news-ledger/tag/tuleyome/
  6. Hanson, M. K. (2013, June). Make Your Garden Native Bee Friendly. Davis Enterprise, p. A5.
  7. Hanson, M. K. (2013, July 31). Of Watch Witches and Fairies Spinning Wheels. Daily Democrat.
  8. Hanson, M. K. (2013, August 8). Photo of Monarch Butterfly Caterpillar. Native plants bring native pollinators: the right plants bring butterflies in Yolo. West Sacramento News-Ledger. Retrieved from http://www.westsac.com/news-ledger/tag/swallowtail/
  9. Hanson, M. K. (2013, August 3). Water Witches. Lake County News. Retrieved from http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&id=32454:tuleyome-tales-water-witches&Itemid=197
  10. Hanson, M. K. (2014, March 2). Blue and Green Herons: The Long and the Sort of It. Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  11. Hanson, M. K. (2014, June 1). Help Keep Coyotes Running Wild. Davis Enterprise, p. A14.
  12. Hanson, M. K. (2014, August 7). Herons Come in Green and Blue. Winters Express.
  13. Hanson, M. K. (2014, August 3). Hikers, Be Safe During Fire Season. Davis Enterprise, p. A10.
  14. Hanson, M. K. (2014, October 5). Jackrabbits: More Than Meets the Eye…or the Ear. Lake County News. Retrieved from http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=38684:tuleyome-tales-&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
  15. Hanson, M. K. (2014, May 23). Keeping Wild Coyotes Wild. Lake County Record Bee. Retrieved from http://www.record-bee.com/article/ZZ/20140523/NEWS/140529006
  16. Hanson, M. K. (2014, July 14). Nature-curious? Free lectures on the wildlands, wildlife around us:. Retrieved from West Sacramento News-Ledger: http://www.westsac.com/news-ledger/tag/tuleyome/
  17. Hanson, M. K. (2014, April 13). No, It’s not ‘The Blob”, it’s a Slime Mold. Davis Enterprise, p. B3.
  18. Hanson, M. K. (2014, April 8). No, It’s Not ‘The Blob”. It’s Slime Mold! Lake County Record Bee. Retrieved from http://www.record-bee.com/article/ZZ/20140408/NEWS/140408906
  19. Hanson, M. K. (2014, April 27). No, It’s Not The Blob, It’s a Slime Mold. Lake County News. Retrieved from http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36502:tuleyome-tales-no-its-not-the-blob-its-a-slime-mold&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
  20. Hanson, M. K. (2014, July 24). Safety Tips Offered to Hikers During Fire Season. Winters Express, pp. A1-A5.
  21. Hanson, M. K. (2014, January 29). ‘Serpentine Soil’ is a Pretty Special Habitat. Sacramento News Ledger. Retrieved from http://www.westsac.com/news-ledger/tag/plants/
  22. Hanson, M. K. (2014, December 27). The Deer Aren’t Always in the Headlights. Daily Democrat.
  23. Hanson, M. K. (2014, February 2). What is Serpentine Soil and Why Should I Care? Davis Enterprise, p. A16.
  24. Hanson, M. K. (2014, May 4). Who? It’s a Great Horned Owl. Davis Enterprise, p. A3.
  25. Hanson, M. K. (2014, May 7). Whooooo’s That in the Trees? Retrieved from West Sacramento News-Ledger: http://www.westsac.com/news-ledger/tag/tuleyome/
  26. Hanson, M. K. (2014, December 7). Winter is the Best Time to See Local Fungi. Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  27. Hanson, M. K. (2014, November 29). Winter Months Best Time to See Local Fungi. Daily Democrat.
  28. Hanson, M. K. (2014, November 2). Wintering Birds, Coming to a Wetlands Near You. Davis Enterprise, p. A3.
  29. Hanson, M. K. (2015). A Compendium of Tuleyome Tales, Vol 1. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  30. Hanson, M. K. (2015). A Species Guide for the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  31. Hanson, M. K. (2015, November 1). Enjoy the Outdoors at Your Own Pace. Davis Enterprise, p. A12.
  32. Hanson, M. K. (2015, May 27). Fulks Wins National Trails Worker Award. Davis Enterprise, p. A5.
  33. Hanson, M. K. (2015, August 4). Get a Closer Look at Nature’s Wonders. Davis Enterprise, p. A5.
  34. Hanson, M. K. (2015, April 22). Happy Earth Day: Here’s What You Said You’re Fighting For. Retrieved from The White House Blog: https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2015/04/22/happy-earth-day-heres-what-you-said-youre-fighting
  35. Hanson, M. K. (2015, January 28). Have you always wanted to learn about animal tracks? Retrieved from West Sacramento News-Ledger: http://www.westsac.com/news-ledger/tag/tuleyome/
  36. Hanson, M. K. (2015, July 5). Hey! What’s Been Cutting Little Circles in My Leaves? Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  37. Hanson, M. K. (2015, October 4). It’s Called Witch’s Butter, But You Won’t Want It on Toast. Davis Enteprise, p. A4.
  38. Hanson, M. K. (2015, December 8). It’s Time for River Otters to Make Their Appearance. Daily Democrat. Retrieved from http://www.dailydemocrat.com/article/NI/20151208/NEWS/151209886
  39. Hanson, M. K. (2015, October 9). ‘Nature and You’ Lecture Series Features Live Animals. Davis Enterprise, p. A9.
  40. Hanson, M. K. (2015, May 19). Nature and You Lecture Series Features Speakers and Animals. Davis Enterprise, p. A3.
  41. Hanson, M. K. (2015, June 3). New Pope-To-Putah Trail is Born. Davis Enterprise, p. B6.
  42. Hanson, M. K. (2015, May 31). Nope. They’re Not Apples or Urchins. They’re Wasp Galls! Davis Enterprise, p. A3.
  43. Hanson, M. K. (2015, August 4). Photographing Nature Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive. Davis Enterprise, p. A4.
  44. Hanson, M. K. (2015, August 30). The Chubby, Cheery Birds of Berryessa Snow Mountain. Davis Enterprise, p. A12.
  45. Hanson, M. K. (2015, January 4). The Deer Aren’t Always in the Headlights. Davis Enterprise, p. A5.
  46. Hanson, M. K. (2015, March 12). The Deer Aren’t Always in the Headlights. Winter’s Express.
  47. Hanson, M. K. (2015, May 30). They’re Not Apples or Urchins, They’re Wasp Galls. Daily Democrat.
  48. Hanson, M. K. (2015, December 6). Time for River Otters to Build Their Families. Davis Enteprise, p. A5.
  49. Hanson, M. K. (2015). Tuleyome News. Woodland: Tuleyome.
  50. Hanson, M. K. (2015, November 28). Tuleyome Releases Book Series on the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region. Lake County News. Retrieved from http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=44284:tuleyome-releases-book-series-on-berryessa-snow-mountain-region&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
  51. Hanson, M. K. (2015, September 3). Tuleyome Seeks 75 Volunteers to Help with ‘Day of Caring’. Davis Enterprise, p. A4.
  52. Hanson, M. K. (2015, May 9). Tuleyome tales: They’re not apples or urchins, they’re wasp galls. Retrieved from Napa Watershed Information & conservation Council: http://www.napawatersheds.org/news_items/view/7188
  53. Hanson, M. K. (2015). Tuleyome’s Home Place Adventures Program 2015 Annual Report. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  54. Hanson, M. K. (2015). Tuleyome’s Wild Nature Book for Children. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  55. Hanson, M. K. (2015, April 4). Turkey Vultures – The Cool Emo Kids of the Bird World. Daily Democrat.
  56. Hanson, M. K. (2015, March 29). Turkey Vultures: The Cool Emo Kids of the Bird World. Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  57. Hanson, M. K. (2016). 2016 Home Place Adventures Program Report. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  58. Hanson, M. K. (2016). A Compendium of Tuleyome Tales, Vol 2. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  59. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 15). A Tale of Three Egrets that Inhabit Yolo County. Daily Democrat, p. A6.
  60. Hanson, M. K. (2016, May 11). Acorn Woodpeckers Aren’t Just Clowns of the Forest. Red Bluff Daily News. Retrieved from http://www.redbluffdailynews.com/article/ND/20160511/NEWS/160519975
  61. Hanson, M. K. (2016, June 16). Acorn Woodpeckers Aren’t Just Forest Clowns. Winters Express, p. A5.
  62. Hanson, M. K. (2016, May 20). Acorn Woodpeckers Aren’t Just the Clowns of the Forest. Daily Democrat, p. A6.
  63. Hanson, M. K. (2016, November 2). American Kestrel is Tiny but Tough. Davis Enterprise.
  64. Hanson, M. K. (2016, April 6). An Elusive Beetle That’s Special to Our Region. Davis Enterprise, p. A10.
  65. Hanson, M. K. (2016, May 4). Burrowing Owls Talk Kicks Off Tuleyome Lecture Series. Davis Enterprise, p. B7.
  66. Hanson, M. K. (2016, February 20). El Nino Brings Mushroom Bounty. Daily Democrat, p. A5.
  67. Hanson, M. K. (2016, April 23). Hikes, lectures, naturalist course coming up for Tuleyome. Davis Enterprise.
  68. Hanson, M. K. (2016, February 5). How to Identify Mushrooms. Davis Enterprise, p. A5.
  69. Hanson, M. K. (2016, February 20). How to Identify Mushrooms. Lake County News. Retrieved from http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&id=45265:tuleyome-tales-how-to-identify-mushrooms&Itemid=197
  70. Hanson, M. K. (2016, April 7). In Search of the Elusive Elderberry Beetle. Winters Express, pp. A3, A5.
  71. Hanson, M. K. (2016, June 8). It’s Hot Out There! Be Safe When You Hike. Davis Enterprise, p. A13.
  72. Hanson, M. K. (2016, June 10). It’s Hot Out There, Be Safe When You Hike. Daily Democrat, p. B3.
  73. Hanson, M. K. (2016, July 6). It’s Snake Season in the Hills. Davis Enterprise, p. A10.
  74. Hanson, M. K. (2016, March 2). It’s Wildflower Season Again. Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  75. Hanson, M. K. (2016, June 1). Love is in the Air for Black Bears. Davis Enterprise, p. A9.
  76. Hanson, M. K. (2016, June 11). Love is in the Air for Black Bears. Daily Democrat.
  77. Hanson, M. K. (2016, June 9). Love is in the Air for Local Black Bears. Winters Express, pp. A1, A8.
  78. Hanson, M. K. (2016). Nature and You: An Adult Coloring Book. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  79. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 3). Nonprofit Provides Outings and Volunteer Opportunities. Daily Democrat, p. A6.
  80. Hanson, M. K. (2016, October 7). Oh, What a Sticky Web They Weave. Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  81. Hanson, M. K. (2016, October 15). Oh, What a Sticky Web They Weave. Daily Democrat, p. A6.
  82. Hanson, M. K. (2016, October 20). Oh, What Sticky Webs They Weave. Winters Express, pp. A-7.
  83. Hanson, M. K. (2016, November 30). Outings, Volunteer Opportunities at Tuleyome. Davis Enterprise, p. A10.
  84. Hanson, M. K. (2016, February 19). Photo of Lace Lichen. California Professes Its Love for Lace Lichen, A5. Daily Democrat.
  85. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 6). School Children Spend Day in Cache Creek Wilderness. Daily Democrat, p. A4.
  86. Hanson, M. K. (2016, April 6). Shy Beetle Unique to Our Region. Davis Enterprise, p. A10.
  87. Hanson, M. K. (2016, August 3). Some Caterpillars Have Faces Only a Mother Could Love. Davis Enterprise, p. B6.
  88. Hanson, M. K. (2016, April 27). Some Caterpillars Have Faces Only a Mother Could Love. Daily Democrat, p. B4. Retrieved from http://www.dailydemocrat.com/article/NI/20160827/FEATURES/160829926
  89. Hanson, M. K. (2016, August 18). Some Caterpillars Have Faces Only Their Mother Could Love. Winters Express.
  90. Hanson, M. K. (2016). The Chubby Woman’s Walkabout Guide to Cool Stuff on the American River. Sacramento, CA: Mary K. Hanson, Lulu.com.
  91. Hanson, M. K. (2016). The Chubby Woman’s Walkabout Guide to Cool Stuff on the American River, Vol 2. Sacramento, CA: Mary K. Hanson, Lulu.com.
  92. Hanson, M. K. (2016). The Chubby Woman’s Walkabout Guide to Cool Stuff on the American River, Vol 3. Sacramento, CA: Mary K. Hanson, Lulu.com.
  93. Hanson, M. K. (2016, July 4). The Season for Rattlesnakes. Lake County News.
  94. Hanson, M. K. (2016, March 2). The Wildflowers Are Back. Davis Enterprise, p. A6.
  95. Hanson, M. K. (2016, November 1). Tiny But tough, the American Kestrel is Common Locally. Daily Democrat, p. B3.
  96. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 6). Tuleyome Hosts Schoolchildren on Special Nature Outing. Davis Enterprise, p. A10.
  97. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 7). Tuleyome Hosts Young Students on Outing. Lake County Record Bee. Retrieved from http://www.record-bee.com/lifestyle/20161207/tuleyome-hosts-young-students-on-outing
  98. Hanson, M. K. (2016, January 6). Tuleyome Lecture Series Continues in 2016. Davis Enteprise, p. B3.
  99. Hanson, M. K. (2016). Tuleyome News. Woodland: Tuleyome.
  100. Hanson, M. K. (2016, Decembr 1). Tuleyome Offers Additional Outings, Volunteer Opportunities at Cold Canyon. Winter’s Express, pp. A-3.
  101. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 31). Tuleyome Tales: A tale of three egrets. Retrieved from Lake County News: http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=49213:tuleyome-tales-a-tale-of-three-egrets&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
  102. Hanson, M. K. (2016, December 15). Tuleyome Tales: A Tale of Three Egrets. Winters Express, p. A5.
  103. Hanson, M. K. (2016, March 3). Tuleyome’s New Activities Chief Will Lead Outings. Winters Express, p. B7.
  104. Hanson, M. K. (2016, Febryary 27). Tuleyome’s New Activities Leader Holds Public Outings. Daily Democrat.
  105. Hanson, M. K. (2016). Tuleyome’s Trail Guide: Colusa and Glenn County. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  106. Hanson, M. K. (2016). Tuleyome’s Trails Guide: Napa and Lake County. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  107. Hanson, M. K. (2016). Tuleyome’s Trails Guide: Yolo and Solano County. Woodland, CA: Tuleyome.
  108. Hanson, M. K. (2016, July 9). Use Caution When Hiking in ‘Rattlesnake’ Territory. Daily Democrat, p. A7.
  109. Hanson, M. K. (2016, February 4). Yes, Bald Eagles are Here. Winters Express, pp. B1, B10.
  110. Hanson, M. K. (2016, January 3). Yes, Bald Eagles Do Nest in Yolo County. Daily Democrat.
  111. Hanson, M. K. (2016, January 16). Yes, the Bald Eagles are Here! Davis Enterprise, p. B6.
  112. Hanson, M. K. (2016, January 6). Yes, the Bald Eagles Are Here! Davis Enteprise, p. B3.
  113. Hanson, M. K. (2017, September-October). 2017 Wildlife Photo of the Year Contest, Photo of Fawns. Outdoor California, pp. 22-23.
  114. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 5). American Bittern a Catch. Davis Enterprise, p. B5.
  115. Hanson, M. K. (2017, January 8). Big Burly Beavers Can be a Boon. Daily Democrat, p. B3.
  116. Hanson, M. K. (2017, February 9). Big Burly Beavers Can Be a Boon. Winters Express, p. A8.
  117. Hanson, M. K. (2017, March 16). Brave Ground Squirrels Act Like Tiny Ninjas. Winters Express, pp. A-7.
  118. Hanson, M. K. (2017, May 18). Easy Hikes – Enjoying the Outdoors. Winters Express.
  119. Hanson, M. K. (2017, April 23). Hikes, lectures, naturalist course coming up for Tuleyome. Davis Enterprise.
  120. Hanson, M. K. (2017, March 13). Insanely Brave Ground Squirrels Act Like Tiny Ninjas. Daily Democrat, p. A4.
  121. Hanson, M. K. (2017, September 5). Is that Wasp a Friend or Foe? Daily Democrat, p. B3.
  122. Hanson, M. K. (2017, September 28). Not all prickly things are bad. Retrieved from Lake County Record-Bee: http://www.record-bee.com/article/NQ/20170927/NEWS/170929863
  123. Hanson, M. K. (2017, September 30). Not All Prickly Things Are Bad. Daily Democrat, pp. A1, B6.
  124. Hanson, M. K. (2017, October 27). Shreep! The Rambunctious, Noisy Scrub Jay. Retrieved from The Reporter: http://www.thereporter.com/article/NG/20171027/FEATURES/171029862
  125. Hanson, M. K. (2017, October 28). Shreep! The Rambunctious, Noisy Scrub Jay. Daily Democrat, p. B4.
  126. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 3). The American Bittern’s booming ‘pumper-lunk’ call. Retrieved from Daily Democrat: http://www.dailydemocrat.com/environment-and-nature/20170703/the-american-bitterns-booming-pumper-lunk-call
  127. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 30). The American Bullfrog is an Adaptable Species. Daily Democrat, p. B6.
  128. Hanson, M. K. (2017, April 30). The Diminutive and Very Unique Wood Duck. Daily Democrat, p. 7.
  129. Hanson, M. K. (2017, November 2). The Rambunctious, Noisy, Assertive Scrub Jay. Winters Express, A8.
  130. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 26). They live in a variety of habitats and eat almost anything. Retrieved from Lake County Record Bee: http://www.record-bee.com/general-news/20170724/they-live-in-a-variety-of-habitats-and-eat-almost-anything
  131. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 14). Tuleyome Hosts Trail Building Presentation. Davis Enterprise.
  132. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 14). Tuleyome Hosts Trail Building Presentation. Davis Enterprise.
  133. Hanson, M. K. (2017, August 13). Tuleyome launches course series to certify naturalists. Davis Enterprise, p. A4.
  134. Hanson, M. K. (2017). Tuleyome News. Woodland: Tuleyome.
  135. Hanson, M. K. (2017, April 30). Tuleyome Offering Hikes, Lectures and Courses. Daily Democrat, p. 6.
  136. Hanson, M. K. (2017, August 15). Tuleyome offers course to train ‘certified naturalists’. Retrieved from Daily Democrat: http://www.dailydemocrat.com/environment-and-nature/20170815/tuleyome-offers-course-to-train-certified-naturalists
  137. Hanson, M. K. (2017, April 19). Tuleyome Seeking New Board Members. Daily Democrat, p. A4.
  138. Hanson, M. K. (2017, January 31). Tuleyome Tales: Big, burly beavers can be a boon. Retrieved from Davis Enterprise: http://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/news-columns/tuleyome-tales-big-burly-beavers-can-be-a-boon/
  139. Hanson, M. K. (2017, September 4). Tuleyome Tales: Is that wasp a friend or foe? Retrieved from Daily Democrat: http://www.dailydemocrat.com/environment-and-nature/20170904/tuleyome-tales-is-that-wasp-a-friend-or-foe
  140. Hanson, M. K. (2017, April 29). Tuleyome Tales: The diminutive but very unique wood duck. Retrieved from Lake County News: http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=50680:tuleyome-tales-the-diminutive-but-very-unique-wood-duck&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
  141. Hanson, M. K. (2017, November 29). Weird Looking Flies That are Common to Our Region. Daily Democrat, p. B3.
  142. Hanson, M. K. (2017, December 6). What Weird-Looking Flies! Davis Enterprise, A6 and A1.
  143. Hanson, M. K. (2017, March 1). When Squirrels Act Like Ninjas. Davis Enterprise, pp. A1, A8.
  144. Hanson, M. K. (2017, July 11). With Rains Come Rattlesnakes, Here’s How to Avoid Being Bitten. Davis Enterprise. (Photo in the artcle).
  145. Hanson, M. K. (2017, May 3). Wood Ducks are Diminutive and Unique. Davis Enterprise, pp. A5-6.

 

 

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