Times writer publishes book of essays on Eastern Washington bird hunting
February 3, 2022
WAITSBURG—Biologist, award-winning author, and The Times columnist Bradly Trumbo shares his love of grand Eastern Washington terrain and the flush of upland birds over pointing dogs running big on the prairie.
Wingshooting the Palouse is a heartfelt collection of essays on upland bird hunting with Llewellin setters running the grasslands of Eastern Washington and beyond. From covey birds on the sage-steppe to forest grouse, the author presents grand vistas, high-tailed points, and the explosive flush of some of America’s most sought-after upland game birds in ornate detail. Passionate u...