Photography enthusiasts and lovers of nature are in for a new, astonishing picturesque read as author C.E. Llewellyn presents Birds We See, a colorful collection of marvelous photographs of birds taken from various locations in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Birds We See is a photographic journey of the fascinating birds that the author and his wife find in the deserts, estuaries, arroyos and seashores of Los Cabos and the East Cape region of Baja. It contains more than one hundred eighty five original photographs of some of the many birds that live here or stop over during annual migrations. It is also supported with descriptions for each particular bird to help anyone identify them. You will have a great time exploring one of the many captivating sights in Baja captured by the lens of the camera that is, the colorful and dazzling birds.
Through Birds We See, you will be delighted to meet the Oriole, the Egret, the Hummingbirds, the Doves, the Flycatchers, and many others and know more about these exquisite birds that could be seen in Baja. This book is a great gift for those hard to buy for loved ones or yourself. Visit Birdswesee.com and click on the "books" tab to order your copies today.
A portion of profits are being donated to M.D.Anderson for ovarian cancer research. Debbie is a survivor and we partially credit M.D. Anderson for that. M.D. Anderson has acknowledged and endorsed the book and our efforts to help fund cancer research.
About the author - C.E. Llewellyn
C.E. Llewellyn is a life-long wildlife enthusiast who has always spent as much time as possible in the outdoors. He hunted with a gun or a bow all his life. "If it moved and was fair game, no animal was safe around me." After his wife was diagnosed with a life threatening cancer, feelings about life changed for him. He started hunting only with a camera. Chris and his wife Debbie, traveled the world searching for wildlife to photograph and study. "I like to share, especially through photography, the birds we see at home and in our travels. I'd like to think that I've helped at least some people better understand the beauty in nature that is all around us."Updated: Dec 21, 2017 10:02 AM