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Waterbirds

Art / Photobook
By: Theodore Cross
336 pages, col photos
Waterbirds
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  • Waterbirds ISBN: 9780393072266 Hardback Oct 2009 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Brushing aside rattlesnakes on Green Island, Texas, or enduring the bitter cold of an Alaskan winter, Theodore Cross has pursued waterbirds with passion. On four continents, from the tundra of eastern Siberia to the tropical islands of the South Pacific, he has captured elegant and unusual birds-from auklets and egrets to gannets and sanderlings-in peak action, be they courting, landing on a perch, plunge diving, or engaged in aerobatics. These breathtaking photographs are accompanied by gracefully written field notes and fascinating accounts of the birds' habits and habitat. The book is introduced by an extended anecdotal essay giving insights and observations of the extraordinary man who, at age eighty-five, is as eager to track down an eagle in Alaska as he was when he began photographing in midlife.

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Theodore Cross has been a publisher of professional journals in law, science and civil rights. He is the founder of the website www.birdersunited.com and the author of Birds of the Sea, Shore and Tundra.
Art / Photobook
By: Theodore Cross
336 pages, col photos
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