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‘Ravens,’ One of the 20th Century's Best Photography Books, Is Back on Shelves
August 2, 2017
— Masahisa Fukase’s seminal series on loss and solitude, channeled through corvids, is an avant-garde work of self-reflection.
Sorry, Hollywood, but Ian Harding Would Rather Be Birding
May 22, 2017
— Best known for his role on the show 'Pretty Little Liars,' Harding's new book 'Oddbirds' shares his love of birding and birds with a new audience.
In Birds, An Acclaimed Artist Finds Both Companions and Muses
April 25, 2017
— Hunt Slonem's new book of mesmerizing avian paintings is a testimony to a life spent drawing and cherishing birds.
A New Graphic Novel Chronicles the Adventures of John James Audubon
April 20, 2017
— The naturalist and artist is depicted like you've never seen him before. Here's an inside peek.
10 Spectacular Owl Photos You Have to See
December 13, 2016
— In a new book, photographer Paul Bannick brings his wide-eyed subjects to life through rare and inspiring snapshots.
Jane Alexander: It’s Time to Treat Scientists Like Heroes Again
September 27, 2016
— In her first nature book, the Hollywood and Broadway star shares personal tales of exploration and conservation that urge and inspire.
What’s Part Cat, Part Owl, and Out to Save the World? Meet Angel Catbird
September 9, 2016
— Margaret Atwood’s new graphic novel puts rat-busting heroes in action—and finds common ground between cat and bird lovers along the way.
Japan's Cormorant Problem Is Beautifully Captured in These Eerie Photos
August 30, 2016
— Japanese photographer Yoshinori Mizutani's most recent photo series documents the bird's population boom using strikingly stark imagery.
Why National Parks Are Actually Secret Museums
August 3, 2016
— A photographer documents the hidden wildlife and historical collections at America's famous natural monuments.
How Photography Won the West
July 25, 2016
— A new anthology on national parks reflects the artist's role in protecting America's most pristine landscapes.
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