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"Bob Gress, one of the premier nature photographers in America, and Paul Johnsgard, a recognized Great Plains scholar, have produced a near perfect marriage of image and text. . . . A captivating and welcome addition to the natural history of the Great Plains."—George Potts, coauthor of Watching Kansas Wildlife: A Guide to 101 Sites "A unique book that should have a substantial general audience among wildlife enthusiasts, educators, and youngsters who visit or live on the Great Plains."—Tom White, editor of NEBRASKAland Magazine
Author Biography: Bob Gress is director of the Great Plains Nature Center in Wichita. His photographs have appeared in Kansas Wildlife, Watching Kansas Wildlife, and Kansas Wetlands, all published by Kansas. Paul A. Johnsgard, emeritus Foundation Professor of Biology at the University of Nebraska, is author of more than forty books, including Great Wildlife of the Great Plains and Prairie Birds: Fragile Splendor in the Great Plains.