Save the Last Dance, A Story of North American Grassland Grouse
A new book by award-winning photographer Noppadol Paothong and writer Joel M. Vance strives to rescue grassland grouse from the brink of extinction by showing the world what it stands to lose if these species are allowed to disappear forever.
The 204-page hardbound book, Save the Last Dance, a Story of North American Grassland Grouse, captures the dazzling beauty of seven grouse species whose populations are diminishing across the prairies and plains of America – and one species that has already lost its battle for survival.
The book lavishly captures the dance and displays of the grassland grouse in more than 200 photographs. Paothong has spent the past decade chronicling the species’ stunning mating rituals as the birds vie with development for space to breed and raise their young.
Fortunately, many conservation groups have championed the cause of grassland grouse. But will it be too little, too late? The birds can be saved if enough people care. Save the Last Dance, a Story of North American Grassland Grouse fosters knowledge and understanding of these spectacular birds and their diminishing habitats so future generations, too, can marvel at their grace and beauty.
In addition to rave reviews by experts and readers, the “Save the Last Dance” is the winner of “Gold Medal” in the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Awards in the Mid-West — Best Regional Non-Fiction category.
Don’t miss an opportunity to order one of the best nature books and help save these magnificent species – parts of our national heritage, before it’s too late.
A portion of your order will be donated to the organization of your choice.
Option 1. Pay online by credit card/debit card.
Option 2. Send a check.
Send your check to the address below (Amount: $45 + $4 for shipping)
Noppadol Paothong Photpgraphy
Columbia, MO 65203