A Field Guide to Hawks of North America

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Houghton Mifflin, 2001 - Nature - 316 pages
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Thoroughly revised and updated, this helpful guide identifies all thirty-nine species of diurnal North American raptors, including hawks, eagles, falcons, vultures, kites, and ospreys, describing their characteristics and markings, habitats, seasonal ranges, and more. Simultaneous.

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User Review  - CivilWarWriter - LibraryThing

This is one of those that separates the maps from the text from the pictures, which I have always found extremely annoying. But it is detailed enough and thorough enough that I have often been able to make an ID with it that I never would have otherwise. Don't leave home without it. Read full review

This book was recomended to me by Falcon watchers.

User Review  - Zett - Christianbook.com

This manual has exceeded my expectations. It is everything that I was told it would be. Read full review


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William S. Clark, photographer, author, and lecturer, travels worldwide leading birding tours with his company, Raptours.

Brian K. Wheeler is a noted wildlife artist, writer, and photographer specializing in hawks.

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