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The moon had risen above the rim of the canyon near the headwaters of
the Little Colorado. It bathed in soft light the willows that line the bank
of the little mountain torrent and the cottonwood trees beneath which
stood the tiny cabin where I had been camping for a few weeks in the
White Mountains of Arizona.
Three unforgettable mentors shoved me off into a vocation of natural history.
Dr. Neil Douglas, Dr. R. Dale Thomas, and the late Dr. Tom Kee, biology
professors at what was then known as Northeast Louisiana University,
first had to teach me how much I didn’t know before they could inject
me with an education proper. Their pedagogy emphasized taxonomy, be it
of freshwater darters, adder’s tongue ferns, or flycatchers, and the “survival
of the fittest” theory applied as well to their students. I can’t thank them