nature books by kevin ebi
Living Wilderness
A field of wildflowers. Snow on a black-sand beach. Young ducklings on a log. Our world is constantly changing. The number and type of wildflowers change day-to-day, year-to-year. Snow on the beach will soon melt or be washed away. The young ducklings will rapidly grow up and start families of their own. 
Living Wilderness, a large-format, fine-art book, celebrates and illustrates this change with more than 140 vibrant images captured over a 15-year period. [148 pages]

Limited Edition Large Format Hardcover: $95

E-Book (PDF format): $10

Year of the Eagle
While we know a bald eagle when we see one, most don't really know the bird. Many believe an eaglet is suddenly able to fly when its mother kicks it out of the nest. 
In reality, the process is more like how human children learn to ride a bike. And the first flight is really just the beginning of a remarkable story that involves migrating up rivers in pursuit of spawning salmon, learning to read the body language of other eagles to recognize opportunities to steal food, and practicing hunting skills on fish trapped in oyster beds at low tides. 
Year of the Eagle involved three years of detailed research at one nesting site, and more than a decade of photography in their wintering grounds. [104 pages]

Softcover, Second Edition (11x8.5 inches): $30

E-Book, Second Edition (PDF format): $10

Our Land
Our Land, featuring more than 100 images of inspiring American parks, was introduced on the centennial of the U.S. National Park Service. The book includes Kevin Ebi's image Rainbow on Haleakala, which was featured on a U.S. Postal Service Forever stamp to honor the anniversary. 
From the jewels of the National Park Service, like Yosemite and Yellowstone, to the lesser-known, like Theodore Roosevelt and King's Canyon, the book celebrates some of the most stunning natural wonders in America. Most of the images are unique to this volume and have not appeared in any of Kevin's other books. [124 pages]

Hardcover: Sold out

E-Book (PDF format): $10

In For The Night
Even ordinary birds can put on extraordinary shows.

Perhaps 15,000 crows roost during the winter months in a small patch of wetlands in Bothell, Washington. Even more amazing: each night, the birds arrive together. 

Nature photographer Kevin Ebi spent several months documenting this spectacle, presenting his strongest images and a personal essay in the electronic book, In For The Night. [80 pages]

E-Book (PDF format): $5