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0878425756
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Raptors of the West: Captured in Photographs

Raptors of the West: Captured in Photographs

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Overview

Fierce, bold, and beautiful, Raptors epitomize the American West. From spectacular Bald Eagles to tiny Elf Owls, raptors awe us. In Raptors of the West: Captured in Photographs, renowned raptor advocate and environmental educator Kate Davis and award-winning photographers Rob Palmer and Nick Dunlop open a window into the lives of these spectacular birds of prey. These three photographers have devoted incredible amounts of time to capture some of the most breathtaking images of raptors imaginable.
Unlike other bird books, Raptors of the West: Captured in Photographs arranges the birds by habitat type and region where each bird spends the breeding season. Mostly, though, this book is about the photographs more than 400 of them. From the dramatic cover image of two eagles tussling, to the comical photo of two Burrowing Owl siblings playing, to the amazing shot of a Peregrine Falcon attacking a huge cloud of starlings, bird lovers will swoon. This is a remarkable book.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780878425754
Publisher: Mountain Press
Publication date: 05/28/2011
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 734,895
Product dimensions: 8.66(w) x 9.62(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author


Kate Davis is founder of the nonprofit Raptors of the Rockies. She keeps eighteen rehabilitated and falconry birds in a facility at her house in Florence, Montana. This is her third book for Mountain Press; she is also the author of Falcons of North America and Raptors of the Rockies.


Rob Palmer is recognized for his signature photographs of raptors in flight. His books include The World of the American Kestrel and Prairie Owl, and Falcons of North America. Rob calls Boulder, Colorado, home.


Nick Dunlop s pictures have appeared in National Wildlife, Living Bird, and American Falconry magazines. Also a co-author of Falcons of America, Nick lives in Sebastopol, California.

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