About The Author
|TIM MCNULTY is a
poet, environmental activist, and nature writer. He has lived on Washington's Olympic
Peninsula since 1972 where he's worked in the mountains and forests at a range of jobs:
tree planting, thinning, watershed restoration, selective logging, and backcountry trail
work. Tim has also worked as a freelance writer and environmental educator, and has taught
poetry and creative writing in colleges and environmental institutes throughout the West.
Tim is the author of six books of poetry and ten books of natural history, including an award-winning series on national parks in collaboration with photographer Pat O'Hara. Tim's poetry collections include "In Blue Mountain Dusk" and "Pawtracks." His natural history books include: "Washington's Wild Rivers," "Olympic National Park, A Natural History," which received a Washington Governor's Writers Award, and "Washington's Mount Rainier National Park," which won an American Outdoor Book Award. His articles on nature and conservation have appeared in Defenders, Forests, Slate, Sierra, Whole Earth Review, High Country News, and Seattle Times.
Tim lives with his wife,
Mary Morgan and their daughter Caitlin in the