Birds of the Puget Sound Region

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R.W. Morse Company, 2003 - Nature - 390 pages
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A pocket-sized photo guide to the birds of the Puget Sound region with stunning full-color photographs of each bird and accompanying identification information. Covers over 200 birds in the 12 counties surrounding Puget Sound. It is the perfect guide for beginning bird watchers. Learn how to identify the local birds, where they live, what they eat, how to attract birds to your yard, and how to select binoculars. Includes a regional bird checklist. Written by local bird watching experts.

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User Review  - Joy - Goodreads

I recently took a birding class and this book was recommended. I can now identify some of the birds foraging for food. Hooray! Read full review

Birds of the Puget Sound Region

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Beautiful illustrations and the size of the book is just right to slip into your backpack for a day hike or camping trip. Read full review

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Bob Morse Has seen over 830 species of birds in the United States, written or published nine bird books, and regularly lectures on how to attract birds to your yard. He lives in south Puget Sound (Olympia) and has birded for over 40 years in the greater Puget Sound area.Tom Aversa Co-author of Birds of the Willamette Valley and Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, records compiler for the Washington Ornithological Society, member of the Washington Bird Records Committee, has worked at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle since arriving from Massachusetts in 1996.Hal Opperman Principal author of a Birder's Guide to Washington and co-author of Birds of the Willamette Valley and Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, has lived in the Seattle area since 1967. He is past editor of the Washington Ornithological Society's journal, Washington Birds.`

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