Bosque del Apache
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is located in central New Mexico and is considered one of the crown jewels of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System. Each year, 30,000 Snow Geese, 20,000 Sandhill Cranes, and thousands of other waterfowl and raptors converge on marshlands adjacent to the Rio Grande.
Author and Photographer Jim Jamieson captures on film the rhythms of flight spanning 48 hours on the refuge. Softbound · 10 x 8 inches · 104 pages · 106 color photographs · ISBN number 0-9729126-0-6
Bookwatch: "...captures the astonishing bird displays and migrations of a refuge which attracts thousands of snow geese, sandhill cranes, raptors and egrets..."
Book Awards: Merit Award, 2003 Midwest Independent Publishers Association, Art/Photo/Coffee Table and Travel categories.
Shutterbug Book Review "...stunning collection of 106 color images with informative captions is as beautiful as is educational. "
Outdoor Photographer:"...Stunning color photographs capture thousands of snow geese, sandhill cranes and other bird species wintering in the waterways and marshlands of this national wildlife refuge."
Midwest Book Review: "a visually captivating photographic gallery...a superb giftbook for birding enthusiasts and nature lovers."
Photographer's Forum Noted:"...a very solid piece of nature photography."