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The Urban Naturalist(ISSN # 2328-8965 online) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles focused on all aspects of the natural history sciences as they pertain to urban areas.

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The Urban Naturalist is currently offering open access to its contents.

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Special Issues

Natural History Now photo essays

Indexing

The Urban Naturalist is indexed by way of author entries in Google Scholar and ResearchGate. Its indexing coverage is expected to become comparable to that of the Institute's first 3 journals (Northeastern Naturalist, Southeastern Naturalist, and Journal of the North Atlantic) which are indexed in Web of Science (clarivate.com).

The journal offers

• over 25 years of timely peer-review and publication of manuscripts.

• article-by-article online publication for distribution to a global audience.

• expertise to facilitate the publication of special issues.

• inclusion of supplemental files with journal articles.

The publisher

The journal is published by the Eagle Hill Institute, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation of the State of Maine (Federal tax ID # 010379899).

For general inquiries about the journal ... joerg@eaglehill.us

Urban Naturalist

Eagle Hill Institute
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207-546-2821 Ext 4



Manuscripts

We welcome submissions of manuscripts. Please consider the following guidelines.

Submission Guidelines
Formatting Guidelines

If you have questions, please contact ...

Co-Editor ... Michael L McKinney
Co-Editor ... Position open

or the Publisher

Joerg-Henner Lotze

 

Access Journal Content

The Urban Naturalist is currently offering open access to its contents.

Articles
Notes
Special Issues

Natural History Now photo essays

 

Urban Habitats Archived Content

The Urban Naturalist was formerly published by the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (Brooklyn, NY, USA) as Urban Habitats. The archives of the past content of Urban Habitats is available here. ... Archives

 

Copyright policy

The Eagle Hill Institute reserves the copyright to the content of its journals. Any reproduction in print or electronic format, other than for an individual's own personal and private use, is prohibited without written permission from the Institute.

Authors may post their articles on their personal and their institution’s website.

  Latest Publications


Occurrence of Shortnose Sturgeon in the Tidal Schuylkill River, an Urbanized and Industrialized Tributary of the Delaware River
   Harold M. Brundage III
Breeding by Sedge Wrens at an Urban Reclaimed Landfill in New York
   José R. Ramírez-Garofalo, Shannon R. Curley, and Caitlin E. Field
Urban Wetland Reconstruction Impacts on Vegetation: A Case Study
   Megan A. Larson, Julien Shepherd, and John E. Titus
Breeding Bird Patterns and Species Turnover within the Central Business District of a Town: Results from Rockingham, North Carolina, USA
   Douglas B. McNair
Habitat Suitability and Eastern Gray Squirrel Abundance in the Boston Public Garden
   Jon-Luc Jarboe and Lauren Nolfo-Clements