Naturally Science and Lore is the scientific journal and notebook of Archaeologist / Anthropologist Thomas Baurley.
Mr. Baurley specializes his studies in archaeology, ethnobotany, folklore, folk religions, folk studies, artifact analysis, faunal analysis, Celtic Archaeology, and Native American Archaeology (primarily the Pacific Northwest, The American Southwest, The Plains, and the American Southeast). He has worked as a Museum Technician, Archive Technician, Archaeological Technician, Museum Specialist, Curator, Archaeologist, GIS Specialist, Cartographer, Folklorist, Researcher, Writer, and Teacher. He is also a Web Developer, Graphic Artist, Web Designer, Systems Analyst, and Programmer. His careers have taken him on journeys working with Expatexchange.com, Leafworks Research, Wandering Leaf Designs, Technogypsie.com Adventures, Ninerniner’s Wanderwords.com, Florida Division of Historical Resources, Florida Museum of Natural History, Florida Folklife, Florida Symbols, National Park Service, the Department of Defense, Fort Carson’s Cultural Resource Management Program, Microsoft, Wave Broadband, Effron Enterprises, and numerous cultural resource management firms. He has worked on several world famous excavations including Cetamura Del Chianti (Florence, Italy); San Pablo de Patale Spanish Mission (Tallahassee, Florida); The Miami Circle (Miami, Florida); and Saveok Archaeology’s Cornish Witchcraft Excavation (Truro, Cornwall, England). Mr. Baurley suffers from “wanderlust”. He satisfies this addiction by exploring the world and discovering sites, scenery, natural phenomena, strange oddities, treasures, history, folklore, and culture with a life purpose of preserving the past for the future.