About the Book
A photography and natural science book detailing a variety of birds in their natural ecosystems across the state of Oregon.
Oregon is renown for its birds: only California, Florida, Texas, and New Mexico have more bird species. Its incredible variety of ecosystems supports a recorded four hundred eighty-six species. Witnessing the sheer phenotypic variety and diversity of birds across the state is a phenomenal glimpse into the vivid biodiversity of Oregon.
Journey from the Klamath Marshes in southeast Oregon, to the mixed deserts of eastern Oregon, to the breezy coastal range and grasslands of central Oregon, to the waters of the Columbia Gorge in northwest Oregon, and all the way out to the far north eastern tip of the state in the Wallowa Mountains. Discover and learn about the amazing birds found along over four thousand miles worth of driving (longer than the entire length of the United States from the tip of Washington to the tip of Florida). Celebrate the splendor of avian life as well as the beauty of the lush state of Oregon.
• Photography • Fine art & design • Travel • PNW native • Hi there and thanks for stopping by! My name is Rebecca Helen Tribelhorn, and I am a wildlife photographer specializing in bird photography, macro photography, and fine art. I recently received my Master’s in Biological Photography from the University of Nottingham. My final project was my book on Oregon birds, which can be found in my shop. Please stop by again for future photography and fine art books!