Birds: Birding/watch
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Identifying and Feeding Birds
Identifying and Feeding Birds
1st Edition    Paperback      ISBN: 0618904441
A collaborative effort between two leading bird-watching authorities shares accessible tips for backyard birding while debunking common myths, in a lighthearted reference that makes recommendations for attracting and feeding 130 profiled species and addressing common problems. Original.
Peterson Guide to Bird Identification- in 12 Steps
Peterson Guide to Bird Identification- in 12 Steps
Hardcover      ISBN: 1328662063
Beginning with the basics, this guide helps simplify the bird-identification process through a handy
Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?: More Answers to Common and Not-so-common Questions About Birds and Birding
Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?
More Answers to Common and Not-so-common Questions About Birds and Birding
Paperback      ISBN: 080701253x
The author of Why Don't Woodpeckers Get Headaches presents a collection of humorous Q&As about birds and birding. Original.
Birding Without Borders: An Obsession, A Quest, and the Biggest Year in the World
Birding Without Borders
An Obsession, A Quest, and the Biggest Year in the World
Hardcover      ISBN: 0544558146
In 2015, Noah Strycker, a young American birder, became the first person to see more than half of the 10,000 bird species on planet Earth in one year. Traveling to forty-one countries on seven continents with just a small backpack, a pair of binoculars, and a series of one-way tickets, Noah not only set a new world record, he also captured the hearts and imaginations of people all over the world.
Stokes Birdfeeder Book: The Complete Guide to Attracting, Indentifying, and Understanding Your Fee Der Birds
Stokes Birdfeeder Book
The Complete Guide to Attracting, Indentifying, and Understanding Your Fee Der Birds
Paperback      ISBN: 0316817333
Describes different types of bird feeders, identifies, a variety of birds attracted to feeders, and offers advice on bird watching
Audubon North American Birdfeeder Guide
Audubon North American Birdfeeder Guide
Paperback      ISBN: 0756658837
An illustrated handbook of bird identification provides tips on the art of birdwatching, closeup illustrations, locator maps, birding etiquette, essential equipment, and tips on the best ways to attract, feed, and observe various bird species in one's own backyard.
Birdwatching Notes
Birdwatching Notes
Paperback      ISBN: 1782491171
192 pages. 6.6" x 8.75"
The Peregrine
The Peregrine
Paperback      ISBN: 1590171330
A memoir of life in the wild on the trail of the peregrine falcon chronicles the habits and hunting techniques of the elusive predator while revealing the effects of human encroachment on their habitats. Original.
Stokes Birdhouse Book: The Complete Guide to Attracting Nesting Birds
Stokes Birdhouse Book
The Complete Guide to Attracting Nesting Birds
Paperback      ISBN: 0316817147
Supplies birdhouse plans, and provides information on identifying birds, and understanding their behavior
Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die: Birding Experts Share the World's Greatest Destinations
Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die
Birding Experts Share the World's Greatest Destinations
Hardcover      ISBN: 1584796294
It's estimated that 50 to 60 million Americans count birding among their hobbies. Some hang feeders in their backyards and accumulate yard lists; others participate in annual ôChristmas Countsö; a select few travel to the ends of the earth in an effort to see every bird in the world. With Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die, Chris Santella takes the best-selling ôFifty Placesö recipe and applies it to this most popular pastime. Santella presents some of the greatest bird-watching venues in the United States and abroad through interviews with prominent birders, from tour leaders and conservationists to ornithologists and academics. Interviewees include ornithologist Kenn Kaufman; David Allen Sibley, author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Birds; Rose Ann Rowlett, the ômother of modern birdingö; John Fitzpatrick, director of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology; and Steve McCormick, president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy. The places vary from the urban (New York City's Central Park) to the mystical (the cloud forests of Triunfo in Chiapas, Mexico) to the extremely remote (the sub-Arctic islands of New Zealand). The book includes 40 gorgeous photographs that capture the vibrancy of our feathered friends, and the beautiful places they call home.