When Keith Crowley was a teenager, his first bird dog was an English springer named Briar. Today, decades later, Keith is a professional outdoor writer and photographer whose stunning images of wildlife from Africa to Alaska have won many awards. A lifelong pheasant hunter who makes his home in Wisconsin, Crowley spent six months from September 2017 through February 2018 traveling throughout the cornfields and hedge rows of the upper Midwest and Plains states, photographing bird dogs in action and listening to their owners tell stories. Some will make you laugh; some will make you cry. And you will learn a great deal. There has never before been such a vibrant, authentic and colorful book about field dogs. Pheasant Dogs sets a new standard—it will be immediately embraced as a classic by men and women everywhere who cherish the hunt and their hunting dogs.