Naturalists

A Pika Poem

The Alpine Examiner February 1, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area A Pika Poem An original work by 2020-21 Lead Naturalist, Hannah Fake https://discoversawtooth.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Add-a-heading-1.mp4

14th Annual Forum and Lecture Series

14th Annual Forum and Lecture Series This is the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association’s 14th season of hosting the Forum and Lecture Series. This summer we have a wide variety of speakers joining us to share their expertise on topics ranging from salmon to pika to river geomorphology. Join us Fridays at 5pm at the […]

Museum Staff Welcome!

The Alpine Examiner June 3, 2021 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area Museum Staff Welcome! Have you stopped by the Stanley Museum recently? Chances are you will have met Megan, who would have excitedly showed you around SIHA’s museum. This season our museum will be staffed […]

Climbing in the Sawtooth Range: A Historical Perspective

The wild, glaciated, granite wonderland of the Sawtooth batholith soars above Stanley. Waking up each morning and going to bed each night under a sky soaked in oranges, pinks, and purples, the mountains have become my constant companions and my favorite playground. I’ve delighted in the bone chilling bliss of alpine lakes and the instantly […]