Wild and Free in TRNP:
the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt Park
Birgit Pruess is a biologist with a Ph.D. in Biology from Germany, living in Fargo, North Dakota. While maintaining work as a microbiologist, she has maintained her love for everything made her study biology in the first place. In 2014, during her first trip to Theodore Roosevelt National Park (TRNP) with the intent to find horses, she developed her love of photography. Having come across a few Facebook pages with names and stories about the horses, her interest was spiked. Ever since she has visited the park several times a year and taken countless photos of horses and other wildlife. ”Wild and Free in TRNP” is my first book that is not scientific. Birgit’s book is available at: https://www.amazon.com/Wild-Free-TRNP-Theodore-Rooseveltebook/dp/B09X3PW4DH “
Birgit's exhibition will be available
for viewing at the Fargo Public Library Downtown location until August 31. She will be giving an author talk at this location on Tuesday, September 13 at 6:30pm.
Wild and Free
Eye to Eye