The Flight Deck
Each year migratory birds streak across the North American flight deck. Knowing no boundaries, the continent is linked via key migration routes. Within these routes are the Bosque del Apache, J.N. "Ding" Darling, Sherburne, and Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Refuges. Blending the latest in digital photography and conservation, Jim Jamieson captures the digital rhythms of our National Wildlife Refuges.
Softbound · 9 x 9 inches · 128 pages · 186 color images · 4 color regional maps · ISBN number 0-9729126-2-2
Outdoor Photographer Magazine "...Examining four key national wildlife refuges, Jamieson explores the role they play in bird migration and looks at the relationships and behaviors of migrating birds. The book is illustrated with beautiful color photographs and insightful text."
2006 International Photographer of the Year Awards Honorable Mention, Professional/Book/Nature Category
Shutterbug Magazine: "...expertly blends today's hottest wildlife conservation issues with over 40 top quality digital photography tips and techniques."
Bookwatch: "...blends digital photography with a survey of conservation issues relating to the endangered and migratory creatures of these wetlands...a visual document of conservation."
2005 Midwest Independent Publishers Association Book Awards: Merit Award - Travel
2006 National Wildlife Refuge Association Photo Contest: Semi-finalist photos from book.
2005 ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award: Silver Medal - Environment, Semi-finalist - Nature.