Tucson Festival of Books

Theodore Fleming


Theodore H. Fleming is a professor emeritus of biology at the University of Miami. His most recent book is "Sonoran Desert Journeys." He has spent over five decades studying mammals and their food plants in Panama, Costa Rica, Australia, Mexico and Arizona. He lives in Tucson.

Visit website | Arizona author

Awards: PROSE award for my book Ornaments of Life with U of Chicago Press

Communities: Arizona Author, Tucsonan


Scheduled events:
Can Nature Cooperate?
Stephen Buchmann, Theodore Flemming and Kristin Ohlson all write about nature, which means they understand exactly how unpredictable nature can be. We ask them, "Can nature cooperate?"

WNPA Stage (Seats 146)
Sun, Mar 5, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Multigenre
Signing area: Sales & Signing Area - National Parks (following presentation)  View this venue on the Festival map

Panelists: Stephen Buchmann, Theodore Fleming, Kristin Ohlson
Moderator: Carol Schwalbe

Books:
Sonoran Desert Journeys
Ecology and Evolution of Its Iconic Species
Nature / Environment / Outdoor Adventure
University of Arizona Press
January 2022
ISBN 9780816547296
336 pages

No Species Is an Island
Bats, Cacti, and Secrets of the Sonoran Desert
Nature / Environment / Outdoor Adventure
University of Arizona Press
September 2017
ISBN 9780816535897
80 pages