Another Field Guide to Little-known & Seldom-seen Birds of North America

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Peachtree Publishers, 1990 - Humor - 71 pages
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Bird enthusiasts will love this feather-brained field guide parody!

Birders and just about anyone who likes birds will delight in this field guide parody. Thirty-two fabulous new species are depicted in this volume, which features tongue-in-cheek descriptions, observation hints, and range maps, as well as remarkable full-color illustrations. The reader will never look at our feathered friends in the same way after encountering these frequent flyers.

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User Review  - juglicerr - LibraryThing

I am not a birdwatcher, indeed I think that there are entirely too many different types of birds and too many of them look alike. That said, I think that this is absolutely hysterical, and the birdwatchers that I know have also found it very funny. Read full review

Another Field Guide to Little Known Birds NA

User Review  - tomcathollow - Overstock.com

My Dad an avid Bird Watcher will get a kick out of this tongueandcheek look at imaginary species! Read full review

Contents

Dowry Duck
6
FixedWing Falcon
20
Hints To Make Your Birding Life More Productive
67
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About the author (1990)

Ben Sill lives in South Carolina, where he is a professor of civil engineering at Clemson University. Cathryn Sill, a graduate of Western Carolina University, was an elementary school teacher for thirty years. She lives in North Carolina. John Sill holds a BS in wildlife biology from North Carolina State University. Combining his knowledge of wildlife and artistic skill, John has achieved an impressive reputation as a wildlife artist and received several awards. He lives in North Carolina.

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