Dana Stewart Quinney

I grew up in Ketchum, Idaho, and learned to flyfish, ride, and shoot as a child. I began writing at an early age; Mary Hemingway used to read and critique my stuff.

Fascinated by the plants and animals of the mountains, I became an outdoor biologist, working as a conservationist in the Idaho high desert with special emphasis on small mammals and rare plants, and also teaching college students on field study expeditions to some of the wild places of the world. I was the National Guard’s Conservationist of the Year in 2011. I’ve published many scientific studies and have discovered a species new to science.

To me, everything is a story: why grandpa shot a Hash Knife man in 1909 and what happens on the day of the spiders, how fireflies behave in the rainforest, how to raise baby pack rats, and what happened after the collies ate the cement.

I live in Elmore County, Idaho, with my husband and Shelties.

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