This superbly quirky new book features unique interpretations of birds lost forever, and those only imagined.
Hatched from the imaginations of filmmaker Ceri Levi and illustrator Ralph Steadman are creatures such as this one, the Nasty Tern.
Sandhill cranes, which can live up to 20 years, don’t start breeding until they’re two to seven years old. Mated pairs stick together year-round, migrating as a group with their offspring.
Sandhill cranes landing in the Platte River Valley, near Grand Island, Nebraska.
Female Red-bellied Woodpecker