Author-Naturalist Hope Ryden has spent years in the field, studying and photographing North American wildlife. Her behavioral findings have been published in National Geographic, Smithsonian, and Audubon magazine, and her books have been translated into German, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and Russian. To date she has twenty-three books to her credit, all of which are illustrated with her own photography. Her most recent titles can be ordered through Barnes and Noble.com or Amazon.com. Some of her earlier books can be ordered directly from her or from iUniverse.com. Hope is available for school programs, and she also lectures for adult audiences. Her wildlife photographs are handled by the National Geographic's Image Collection or can be ordered directly from her.
Art and Literary Award 2002 from New York State Outdoor Education ASsociation
Outstanding Achievment Award from Augustana College
Hall of Honor Moline High School
Humane Excellence Award ASPCA
Joseph Wood Krutch Award from the Humane Society of the United States
Animal Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Animal Protection Institute of America
Humanitarian of the Year Award frm the American Horse Protection Society
Who's Who of American Women
Who's Who in the East
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