Galapagos Birds

A Photographic Voyage

Non-Fiction - Animals
128 Pages
Reviewed on 05/12/2021
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Reviewed by Daniel D Staats for Readers' Favorite

Do you enjoy nature? Do you enjoy seeing birds? Are you a bird watcher or want to be a bird watcher? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Mathew Tekulsky has authored the book for you. It is called Galapagos Birds: A Photographic Voyage. As a photographer, Mathew tells his story of his and his mother’s trip to the Galapagos Islands in 2004 through the eyes of his camera lens. This book is full of wonderful photographs of all types of birds found in the Galapagos. There are birds found in these islands that are not found anywhere else on the face of the earth. Charles Darwin was so impressed with the variety of birds found on the Galapagos in 1835 that he developed his theory of evolution after he visited the islands.

Galapagos Birds is a wonderful book that highlights the great nature photography by Mathew Tekulsky. From Red and Blue Footed Boobies to American Flamingos, Mathew shares the wonderful world of nature found only in the Galapagos. There is such diversity on the islands that it would be hard to show all the islands have to offer, but Mathew does an excellent job displaying some of the most magnificent birds found on the islands. The text adds to the interest of the photographs. Mathew gets up close and personal with the various birds. He adds great captions to each photograph. This book will delight all readers who love nature and especially those who enjoy nature only found in remote areas of the world. Mathew has hit a home run in the field of nature photography.