Birds of Michigan

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Lone Pine Publishing, 2003 - Nature - 360 pages
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Learn about 320 of Michigan's most abundant or notable bird species. Full-color illustrations complement detailed accounts that cover habitat, nesting, feeding, voice, best sites for viewing and similar species and include a range map. A Quick Reference Guide organizes the species into color-coded family groupings. The book also includes a glossary of terms, checklist, appendix of accidental species and separate indexes for scientific and common names.

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This book is great for beginner birders and bird watching. It is also very descriptive of all the birds in the Great Lakes State. Easy to refrence pages and sections with "common person" understanding of the birds inside.
Writen by phillip.allen1000@gmail.com "Zaraggo Bird"
 

About the author (2003)

Gregory Kennedy has been an active naturalist since he was very young. He is the author of many books on natural history, and has also produced film and television shows on environmental issues and indigenous concerns in Southeast Asia, New Guinea, South and Central America, the High Arctic and elsewhere.

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