Mahlon Kriebel was born and raised in Garfield, Washington and returned to the family farm on retirement. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Washington in zoology and general physiology, and studied and taught neuroscience for thirty-four years at the State University Health Science Center in Syracuse, New York. A recipient of the Alexander von Humboldt Prize, he studied at the Max Planck Institute in Germany and held visiting professorships here and abroad. A lifelong devotee of fishing, hiking and hunting, Mahlon now enjoys writing about nature for general readers.
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