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Book details
  • Genre:NATURE
  • SubGenre:Animals / Wildlife
  • Language:English
  • Pages:129
  • eBook ISBN:9780986330223

Whitetails In America

by Gary W. Griffen

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Through stunning images and more than 30 years of studying and filming whitetails, Gary W. Griffen examines the natural history, behavior and conservation of one of America’s most revered creatures, the white-tailed deer.  

Finalist Award Coffee Table Book/Photography:                          2015 Indie Book Awards

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Whitetails are one of the most successful large grazing mammals on earth. From a low point of 500,000 at the turn of the 20th century, deer populations have increased to more than 30 million and are still growing. Through stunning images and more than 30 years of studying and filming whitetails, Gary W. Griffen examines the natural history, behavior and conservation of one of America’s most popular large mammals. Mr. Griffen has produced four national award-winning TV specials on whitetails for the Discovery Channel. This book features more than 100 dramatic color photographs of whitetail behavior through the seasons.

About the author

Gary W. Griffen has produced four award-winning TV specials for the Discovery Channel on white-tailed deer. He has also won international and national awards for his films on elk, moose, wild turkeys and ring-necked pheasants. Based in Milan, NY, he has specialized in filming wildlife in North America for more than 30 years. Griffen has published wildlife and nature photographs in hundreds of books, magazines and calendars, including more than 50 magazine covers. His photos have appeared in Outdoor Life, Field & Stream, Smithsonian, Natural History and BBC. He was the principle photographer of the book, Wild Turkey Country. Griffen graduated magna cum laude with an M.A. from Syracuse University, Newhouse School of Communications.


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