Bald Eagles in the Wild-A Visual Essay of America’s National Bird
$24.95 plus $2.50 shipping and handling.
The release date will be May 2018
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by Jeffrey Rich
The majestic Bald Eagle was adopted in 1782 as America’s official bird. It has historically been a symbol of freedom and patriotism in the United States of America, and for good reason. The bird is associated with authority and has a fierce beauty that speaks to those who look upon it. Today, the Bald Eagle is a protected species. Once on the brink of extinction, it is currently enjoying a comeback. In this book, wildlife and bird photography specialist Jeffrey Rich showcases over 150 of his storytelling photographs of Bald Eagles and shares insights into the birds’ habitat, feeding habits, mating patterns, the care of their young, and more. Readers will marvel over images of birds in flight, in nests with their young, at rest, preening, and capturing prey, as Rich chronicles the daily lives, in detail, of America’s favorite bird.
What people are saying about the book:
“People like Jeff Rich see with an incredible, bright, clear, and fresh vision—and we need the sparkling clarity to remind us of what is so rich, so treasured, and so inspiring in our backyards.”
—David Hancock, biologist, Handcock Wildlife Foundation
“It’s hard to say whether [Jeff’s] wildlife photography skill complements his subject matter more, or it’s his knowledge of the topic that directs his camera lens— either way, the end results are always rewarding.”
—Troy Swauger, Editor, Outdoor California magazine
“Jeff’s Bald Eagle photo tours are superb . . . I didn’t
realize how amazing our national symbol is!”
—Roy Christian, photo tour client
The Complete Guide To Bird Photography: Field Techniques For Birders And Nature Photographers
Released April 2016
Special deal for an autographed copy $29.95 with free shipping!
There are only 10 copies left so get yours now!
by Jeffrey Rich
Birding is a popular pastime, and more enthusiasts than ever are taking up the task of photographing the winged wonders they encounter in the field. In this book, author Jeffrey Rich discusses the tools you will need to increase the odds that you’ll be prepared to capture technically correct, sharply focused, artful, evocative images. He also shares tips for reading bird behavior, attracting birds, and using hides to improve the odds of capturing sought-after images of even the most elusive subjects. Next, you will investigate some Lightroom and Photoshop edits you can use to make the most of your photographs. Finally, you’ll find discussions on the ethics of bird photography and will read tips for making the most of your bird photography while traveling in the US and abroad, sharing your images, and using your images to educate the public and raise awareness for bird/nature conservation.
Baby Birds: The definitive book on the family life of birds.
$12.95 plus $3.00 shipping and handling.
by Jeffrey Rich
An American avocet hatches from its shell. A baby grebe crawls onto its mother’s back. A tiny young tundra swan, or cygnet, marches with its siblings across the Arctic to find water. Experience the wonders of baby bird life through the stunning full-color photos of wildlife biologist Jeffrey Rich. Complete with information on habitat, feeding, and family life, these rarely seen tender moments will fascinate bird lovers everywhere. “Baby Birds” includes birds from Alaska, Hawaii, and throughout the continental West.