Birding in Ohio

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Indiana University Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Nature - 268 pages
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"No one in Ohio is more familiar with areas to bird than Tom Thomson, and he has pulled this knowledge together to make birding more accessible and enjoyable for everyone." ŚRichard B. Pierce, Chief, Ohio Division of Wildlife

"Enjoy this handbook. The volunteers made invaluable contributions and the author poured his heart and soul into it." ŚRoger Tory Peterson

"Birders living in Ohio, or visiting that state, will welcome this new and enlarged edition of the state's standard bird-finding guide. Highly recommended."┬ ŚWildlife Activist

"Highly recommended for any birder living or traveling to Ohio."┬ ŚChoice

"Many of the sites listed will produce great birding at appropriate times, and even a veteran Ohio birder will discover new sites by reading this book." ŚNorthwest Ohio Quarterly

  

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Contents

The Northern Tier of Counties 1
73
The WestCentral Counties
91
The Southern and Eastern Unglaciated
149
The Birds of Ohio
215
Appendixes
243

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Page 254 - Thomas, Edward S. 1928 The Chickadees of Central Ohio. Ohio State Museum Sci. Bull, i :y6-77.

About the author (1994)

TOM THOMPSON is a professional writer and editor. He is the author of Checklist of the Birds of Ohio and is widely known as one of the most knowledgeable birders in the state.

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