Bald Eagles : Studies for Wildlife Artists
Wildlife artists face a problem in depicting fleeting moments such as facial expressions, postures and flight. This book is designed to overcome those problems and get every feather "just right." In addition to being the symbol of the United States, Bald Eagles are one of the favorite subjects for wildlife artists. The birds are depicted as adults, juveniles, in pairs, interacting with other bird species, perching and flying. There are also close-ups to illustrate the intricate patterns involved. Non-artists will enjoy the photography and descriptive material.
- Paperback | 28 pages
- 216 x 279 x 2mm | 118g
- 30 Jun 2015
- United States
- colour illustrations
About Al Lodwick
Al Lodwick is a Volunteer Naturalist at The Highlands Center for Natural History on The Prescott National Forest in Arizona. He has photographed the activities of The Lynx Lake Recreation Area almost daily for nearly five years. He has published many books including "Highlights of The Highlands Center and Lynx Lake Area of Arizona," and the popular Studies For Wildlife Artists series including "Acorn Woodpeckers," "Great Blue Herons" and Double-crested Cormorants.