Writer/photographer Mike Blair lives in Pratt and is an associate editor, photographer, and videographer for the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
Through stunning photographs and evocative prose, Blair celebrates the plants, animals, and weather of Kansas. From winter on the High Plains prairie to fall colors in the eastern Kansas hardwood forest, he captures the cycle of the Kansas seasons. Read this, and Kansas will never look the same. Rex Buchanan, coauthor of Roadside Kansas ""Blair's remarkable photography skills, coupled with his biologist's knowledge and thoughtful reflections, have created this unique review of Kansas through the year. Sit back and enjoy!"" Bob Gress, coauthor of Faces of the Great Plains: Prairie Wildlife ""Takes a reader through the wild seasons of Kansas in a way that few have experienced."" Joseph T. Collins, coauthor of Kansas Wildlife ""A Kansas Year will surprise and delight."" Kelly Kindscher, author of Edible Wild Plants of the Prairie