Birds of Michigan: Field Guide

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Adventure Publications, Incorporated, Apr 1, 1999 - Nature - 282 pages
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There are many bird watching fans that will love these field guides containing 113 of the state's most common birds. Along with spectacular, full-page photos, they provide comprehensive facts on nest types, number and color of eggs, female and male plumages and more.

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User Review  - Maggie_Rum - LibraryThing

The book and CD are both awesome! This was one of my "textbooks" for my nature study class. The bird calls are great, if a little disorganized, and the guide is excellent as well. Read full review

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I love this book, but I have been watching what I believe to be a type of Loon on Grand Traverse Bay for about 30 years. Stan has not identified this bird in this book. This bird has some features of the Common loon, but the adult has a tuft on the back of his head and he swims under water.
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Tekiela is a naturalist who writes a syndicated nature column and appears on a syndicated nature radio show.

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