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Cooper's Hawk Courtship Display (As Seen in New Mexico...) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 8, 2016
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Susan Brandt Graham is an award winning photographic artist offering a unique view into the creative feminine mind. Formally trained as a social anthropologist (PhD), and board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology (MD), she has taught Anthropology at the university level and had a private Ob-Gyn practice until retiring from clinical medicine. Living in the "Land of Enchantment," she is never at a loss for photographic subjects. Photo essays and conceptual photography are currently her major interests.
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I see a lot of Cooper’s Hawks on our property and while I have photographed them sitting on the fence watching me before they dive into a rosebush or stand of bamboo and grab a sparrow, I had never seen such a display as the young male gave Susan. The most interaction I ever got from Cooper’s Hawks is when they would often bring their catches and sit on a branch that extended over our deck and eat dinner with us.
The Cooper’s Hawk courtship display Susan captured is what makes this book so special and fun. It’s a short visual chronicle of a display rarely given a private exhibition to anyone but a female hawk.