CARRI's director's third book the "Northern Goshawk, the Gray Ghost" is available for sale. Like Scott's first and second books, this book invites the reader to learn about the life of one of North America's most dynamic avian predators; the Northern Goshawk. The book is filled with Scott's art, photographs and stories of his almost 20 years researching this deep woods bird of prey. If you would like to order a copy from Scott, you can do so by sending him an e-mail at email@example.com.
CARRI is proud to announce the release of our Director’s second book, “The Great Horned Owl an in-depth Study”. The Director of CARRI, Scott Rashid has spent several years researching, photographing and depicting this magnificent raptor though his writing, paintings and drawings. Within the pages of this wonderful book, Scott details the life history of the Great Horned Owl as well as his many years working with the species. To order this book contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org The cost of the book is $35.00 plus $7.00 shipping (in the U.S.)
CARRI's director's third book the "Northern Goshawk, the Gray Ghost" will be available for sale this December. Like Scott's first and second books, this book invites the reader to learn about the life of one of North America's most dynamic avian predators; the Northern Goshawk. The book is filled with Scott's art, photographs and stories of his almost 20 years researching this deep woods bird of prey.
This fascinating and beautiful guide provides detailed information and over 160 striking photos and drawings of four species of small mountain owls found in America's Rocky Mountains, with special focus on the inhabitants of the Rocky Mountains National Park: the Flammulated Owl, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Northern Saw-whet Owl, and Boreal Owl. The lives and ranges of these tiny predators are detailed, including information concerning their anatomy, coloration, vocalizations, ranges, courtship and nesting behaviors, egg laying, fledgling raising, hunting habits, diets, mortality, longevity, and much more. The engaging text reflects the author's passion for these tiny owls, some small enough to perch comfortably on a number two pencil, and provides details about the recovery and restoration to health of injured small mountain owls. The book ends with a useful glossary of scientific names and a detailed bibliography. This book will be a treasured reference for anyone interested in the avian world.
Rashid, S. 2018. Safeguarding Boulders Barn Owls Bigger (nest boxes) is Better. Birder's guide to Conservation and Community. ABA Journal. pp.7.
Rashid, S. 2017. Exchanging an Active Barn Owl Nest Box. Colorado Birds. The Colorado Field Ornithologists Quarterly. Vol. 51. No. 3 pp. 174-178.
Rashid, S. 2017. Northern Saw-whet Owls in and around Rocky Mountain National Park. Bluebird Journal of the Bluebird Soc. Spring. 2017. pp. 18-20.
Rashid, S. 2017. Barn Owls nesting in nest boxes in Boulder County. Colorado Birds. Winter 2017. Vol 51.No.1. pp. 45-50.
Rashid, S. 2017. Northern Pygmy-Owl, The Forest Gnome. Bird Watchers Digest. Vol. 39. No. 3. January/February. 2017. pp. 38-41.
Rashid, S. 2016. Status of the Boreal Owl. CFO Journal. Vol. 50 No. 2. Spring 2016. pp. 83-87.
Rashid, S. and D. Sherill. 2016. Fall Trapping and Banding Northern Saw-whet Owls in RMNP. CFO Journal. Winter 2016. pp. 283-288.
Rashid, S 2015. Northern Goshawk, The Ghost Of The Forest. Colorado Outdoors. January/February 2015. pp. 32-33.
Rashid, S 2014. Northern Pygmy-Owl, The Forest Gnome. Colorado Outdoors. March/April 2014. pp. 30-32.
Rashid, S. 2005. Small Owls of Rocky Mountain National Park. Colorado Birds. The Colorado Field Ornithologists Quarterly. pp. 17-23.
Rashid, S. 1999. Northern Pygmy Owls in Rocky Mountain National Park. C.F.O. Journal. 33: 94-101.
Rashid, S. 1999. The Forest Gnome. Rocky Mountain Nature Association Quarterly. pp. 4-5-13.