Book: The Raptors of Redwood (The Earth-Watchers) by Lester Fergusoncategories: Book, Nature, Eagles, Owls, Children's Nature, Hawks, Redwood, Redwood Trees, Blizzards, Raptors
Lester Fergusonabout this book: A young artist, photographer, & an avid bird-watcher, befriends nature through extraordinary birds of prey, living in the colossal Redwood trees surrounding his town.
The Raptors of Redwood is an intriguing story for young nature lovers to learn elementary facts about: The Bald Eagle, The Golden Eagle, The Snowy Owl, The Eagle Owl, & other raptors. The Raptors of Redwood contains vivid paintings by the artist & author Lester Ferguson, who hopes to broaden the awareness of our fragile planet, & at the same time young ones can explore their imaginations. The Raptors of Redwood is the first story from the:Earth watchers- a series of illustrated nature based children's books. The story is based in a small Pacific Northwest town in the mid 20th century, when life was still very simple, but the climate & nature was starting to change.
As a child, the author spent a few years on the island of Great Inagua, the most southwestern island in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Great Inagua is a beautiful island that is known for its diverse wildlife, & an array of wondrous birds including raptors; this was for certain the inspiration for the story of the Raptors of Redwood. "Sincerely I hope my readers will enjoy this story, I want them to cuddle-up with their mom or dad & read maybe I'll inspire them to earth-watch!"
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