By: Meinzer, Wyman ; Andrew Sansom
Texas Tech University Press, December 2003:
Seller ID: BB0260934
Binding: Trade Paperback
For everyone who loves the bird we call roadrunner, camino corres, paisano, chaparral. . . .Southwesterners are well accustomed to this sleek, mostly brown and white, long-tailed nemesis of coyote as it darts across roads or perches on a post or branch never too far from the ground. Equally familiar is the stylized image of the roadrunner, which adorns everything from Native American pottery and jewelry to clothing and logos. Clearly the roadrunner continues to thrive as a cultural icon. Yet no other study comes close to equaling Wyman Meinzer s stunning classic, now available in this tenth an... View More...