A guide to bird finding east of the Mississippi
This book covers all species residing or appearing regularly in the twenty-six states east of the Mississippi River. Places for bird finding in each state are chosen to show the widest variety of regular species, seasonal concentrations of birds and migratory movements, and the best representations of birdlife in the vicinities of metropolitan areas and leading vacation centers. Also included are listings of National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges, many state and municipal parks, preserves, and numerous public or privately owned sanctuaries and nature centers.
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