Birds of North America

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Sterling Pub., 2011 - Nature - 234 pages
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This in-depth beginner's field guide, now in paper, leads birdwatchers through the avian wonders of North America, explaining in full detail their range, diet, size, habitat, and other attributes. Dr. Glassberg, author of Butterflies in North America, presents an astonishing array of captivating creatures-from the great blue heron to the ruby-throated hummingbird. With color photographs, location maps, and information on bird watching, feeding, and conservation, it's the perfect reference for bird lovers.

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This guide is intended for beginners who wish to identify common birds but do not need to know how to distinguish between a juvenile little blue heron in its white phase from a reddish egret. (For ... Read full review

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TOM WOOD and SHERI WILLIAMSON are co-founders and directors of Southeastern Arizona Bird Conservatory. They live in BISBEE, ARIZONA. DR. JEFFREY GLASSBERG is the author and editor of numerous best-selling books about nature watching

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