A Pronghorn Year
A Visual Tribute to North America's Pronghorn

by Dick Kettlewell

  • Our prairies, plains, and rangelands would be empty landscapes without the supremely adapted pronghorn. In A Pronghorn Year: A Visual Tribute to North America's Pronghorn, Dick Kettlewell beautifully captures this animal's amazing speed, eight-power eyesight, and all-season hardiness. More than 100 full-color images-including rare close-ups of newborn fawns-complement the lively, intriguing text, sure to entertain and inform readers of all ages.

80 pages, 10 x 8.5, 102 color photos, Sewn

ISBN 10: 1-56037-601-5
ISBN 13: 978-1-56037-601-9

July 2014





A Pronghorn Year
A Visual Tribute to North America's Pronghorn

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Dick Kettlewell has been a professional, award-winning photographer for 28 years. As a photojournalist, he spent many years at daily newspapers, including the Albuquerque Journal and the Rapid City Journal. He also freelanced for numerous major newspapers, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the Washington Post. Kettlewell's images have appeared in Smithsonian, Discover, and Natural History. Kettlewell's award-winning photo column, "Spring Creek Chronicles," runs in the Rapid City Journal and is being developed into his next book with Farcountry Press. Kettlewell's previous books about the wildlife and landscapes of the region include Black Hills Impressions, South Dakota Wildlife Impressions, and Pronghorn Babies!, all by Farcountry Press.

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