Birds of Prey in the American Westby Richard L. Glinski, Tom Vezd, Tom Vezo (Photographer)
The American West boasts the greatest variety of birds of prey in North America. In Birds of Prey in the American West acclaimed photographer Tom Vezo and raptor expert Clay Sutton celebrate the power and majesty of these remarkable creatures which include several that have been brought back from the brink of extinction and others that continue to be threatened by loss of fragile habitat. Vezo's extraordinary photographs and Sutton's authoritative text depict and describe more than 35 species of eagles, hawks, falcons, vultures, and owls indigenous to the West. They also share their personal experiences searching for these captivating birds in the wild, and include a recommended list of prime birding locations in parks and wildlife refuges. 80 color photographs.
- Rio Nuevo Publishers
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- 9.68(w) x 9.18(h) x 0.48(d)
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Tom Vezo wrote the above dedication in our copy of 'Birds of Prey in the American West.' It is Tom's perceptive eye that has captured the timeless, restive beauty of these raptors; his camera that has recorded for posterity their regal power, and his dedication to his craft that is the true spirit which fills each and every one of his pictures with his love of and dedication to his craft - and this he shares with his family, friends, and ever-increasing number of fans across the country and overseas.