By Kate Davis,Rob Palmer,Nick Dunlop
“Kate used her adventure as a falconer, researcher, rehabilitator, educator, conservationist, and artist to offer us an perception into how falcons dwell and their relationships with humankind,” writes William S. (Bill) Clark, writer of The Peterson box advisor to Hawks of North America.
More than two hundred wonderful colour images through award-winning natural world photographers Rob Palmer and Nick Dunlop, thirteen illustrations via the writer, and variety maps for every species make Falcons of North the US not just a worthy addition to any fowl lover’s library, but additionally a suite of serious art.
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Falcons of North America by Kate Davis,Rob Palmer,Nick Dunlop