Falcons of North America by Kate Davis, Softbound, 239 pages

Falcons of North America by Kate Davis, Softbound, 239 pages

    Price: $21.95

    Code: FB2212

    Weight: 0.90 pounds

    Falcons of North America by Kate Davis

    2008, 1st edition, 6" x 9", softbound, 239 pages, color photos throughout.

    This is essentially a complete reference book covering all aspects of the Genus Falco in North America by falconer Kate Davis of Montana. It also doubles as an extremely well-done field guide of these falcons. This full color book also features many outstanding photographs by falconers Rob Palmer and Nick Dunlop. All together it is packed with information of interest to falconers, biologists and researchers. Fast, fierce, bold, and beautiful - a falcon in flight is one of the most thrilling sights in nature. With an unprecedented collection of some of the most extraordinary falcon photographs ever taken, Falcons of North America allows readers to witness these magnificent, enigmatic birds of prey practicing aerial maneuvers, hunting ducks, or attacking pelicans four times their size. Renowned raptor advocate and environmental educator, Kate Davis expertly details the lives of the six North American species of true falcons, along with their subspecies. With contagious enthusiasm, she explores every thing from anatomy, hunting, courtship, and migration to influences on human cultures, habitat loss, and restoration efforts. With its stunning color photographs and the results of new research never before published in one volume, Falcons of North America is sure to become a staple of any bird lover's library.