National Geographic Guide to Birdwatching Sites: Western U.S.

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National Geographic Society, 1999 - Nature - 240 pages
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Guide to Birdwatching Sites Western U.S. Discover the best places to see birds in the contiguous Western United States with National Geographic as your guide. Dedicated to beginning and intermediate birders, the National Geographic Guide to Birdwatching Sites takes you to the birding hot spots, both highly visited and lesser known. Features include: * Special species lists, best seasons to visit, and insider's advice * Detailed directions and 5 easy-to-read area maps * Descriptions of birds and their behavior * 133 vivid color photos and illustrations * National Geographic Guide to Birdwatching Sites -- Eastern U.S. also available

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This is one of 2 books that tell birders about the hard to find birding spots. If and When you find them, they are great. Read full review


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Contributing editor for "National Geographic Traveler" and "Living Bird" magazines, author Mel White specializes in nature and travel writing. In addition to winning the 2002 Lowell Thomas Award for best environmental journalism article, he authored the "National Geographic Guide to Birdwatching Sites" and "A Birder's Guide to Arkansas, "among other titles.

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