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Humboldt Field Research Institute
                 and the Natural History Sciences

journal logoPublisher of the Northeastern Naturalist and the Southeastern Naturalist, eastern North America's premier peer-reviewed regional natural history journals. SENA CoverNENA Cover

To find out more about these quarterly publications:

Click here for NENA general information

Click here for SENA general information





Institute logoOffering advanced and specialty field seminars in the natural history sciences and botanical illustration. black mtn

Located on the beautiful coast of Maine, Eagle Hill seminars for professionals, illustrators, and naturalists attract participants from all across the United States, Canada, and other countries. Programs generally involve one week of intensive practical field experiences, follow-up lab work, and discussions, and are taught by leading national and regional authorities. Graduate and undergraduates with a serious interest in the seminar program and/or related subjects are welcome.

For a complete calendar listing of this year's offerings, click here.


Networking with other natural history science organizations to promote a strong, broad regional support base for field biology research. ANB logo

Inspired by our long-time connection with the Association of Southeastern Biologists, the Humboldt Institute is taking a leading role in the formation of a similar organization—the Association of Northeastern Biologists—for the northeastern part of North America. Following in the tradition of the Northeast Natural History Conference, the Founding Meeting of ANB is to take place in Albany, NY in April 2011.

To find out more about ANB and and how you can get involved in this exciting and historic development, click here.

For information on the ANB Meeting, contact office@eaglehill.us or Joerg at 546-2821.
(The ANB Meeting website is currently under construction. As soon as it is ready, we will post a link here.)




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