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Bird Feathers: A Guide to North American Species

By S. David Scott and Casey McFarland

The first field guide dedicated solely to the identification of feathers, this is a one-of-a-kind guide to identifying and understanding bird feathers. The guide is richly illustrated with nearly 500 color photographs, this field guide to feathers explains how to use feather type and shape as well as color to identify the species a particular feather came from. Ranges, wing types, and feather measurements are given for the 397 birds covered, along with photographs of representative feathers. This is a valuable, information-pact resource for birders, biologists, and nature lovers.

Available on Amazon, from Stackpole Books, and other books stores around the country.


The Horse Boy 

A film by Rupert Isaacson and Michel Orion Scott

The Horse Boy does more than chronicle Rowan and his parents' journey across the vast, wild landscape of Mongolia. It delves into the strange world of autism itself, the relationship between humans and animals and between different cultures and different ways of being (autistic vs. normal, or "neuro-typical"), and the nature of healing. Audiences hear the varied theories on autism from the experts in the field, well-known researchers of autism such as Dr. Simon Baron-Cohen of Cambridge University; Dr. Temple Grandin, recovered autist and professor of animal behavior at Colorado State University; and anthropologist and researcher Roy Richard Grinker of George Washington University. But above all, The Horse Boy tells the story of a couple that goes to the end of the earth to find a way into their son's life.

            

               

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