How to Spot Hawks and Eagles
Hawk and eagle watching is an increasingly popular birding activity. Special knowledge is required, however, and in this lavishly photographed, full-color book, naturalists/authors Clay and Patricia Sutton provide all the information readers need to know, no matter where they live in the United States and Canada. Full-color photos throughout.
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