Living With Birds by Len Howard

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Author
Len Howard
Publisher
cillins
Date of release
Pages
255
ISBN
0
Binding
Hardcover
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  • NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
  • Foreword by Barbara Kingsolver
  • Over 250 images by acclaimed wildlife photographer Gerrit Vyn
  • Essays by Jared Diamond, John W. Fitzpatrick, Lyanda Lynn Haupt, and Scott Weidensaul 

The Living Bird
explores the relationship between birds and people through over 250 images by wildlife photographer Gerrit Vyn and thought-provoking essays by some of the world's leading naturalists and bird enthusiasts. The book also marks the 100th anniversary of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, a world leader in the study, appreciation, and conservation of birds. Captured in terrain both exotic and familiar--the Yukon Delta, a woods in Arkansas, a remote village in Russia's Arctic, and even urban Seattle--Vyn's remarkable photographs illustrate nearly 100 North American bird species. The exhilaration of migratory Whooping Cranes, the fragility of the endangered Spoon-Billed Sandpiper, and the wide-eyed beauty of Great Horned Owls all come alive on the page. From enjoying backyard Black-capped Chickadees and Yellow Warblers, to wondering over a Pileated Woodpecker, or to admiring the powerful soar of a Gyrfalcon, The Living Bird educates and inspires.

"I think maybe everyone needs birds, at least a little."
--Barbara Kingsolver, from the Foreword


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