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Attracting Birds: Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin A-64

by Olwen Woodier

Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles...


Bird Food Recipes: Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin A-137

by Rhonda Massingham Hart

Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles...


Pete Dunne's Essential Field Guide Companion: A Comprehensive Resource for Identifying North American Birds

by Pete Dunne

In this book, bursting with more information than any field guide could hold, the well-known author and birder Pete Dunne introduces readers to the "Cape May School of Birding." It's an approach to identification...


Must-See Birds of the Pacific Northwest: 85 Unforgettable Species, Their Fascinating Lives, and How to Find Them

by Sarah Swanson & Max Smith

Normal0falsefalsefalseEN-USX-NONEX-NONEMicrosoftInternetExplorer4The Pacific Northwest is a great place for birding. You can find Western Grebes dancing on water, or hear the Pacific Wren's song cascade through...


The Habitat Guide to Birding

by Thomas P. Mcelroy

The United States is blessed with birds, a vast and richly varied population that changes considerably as the habitat changes from forest, to meadow, to marsh. As Thomas P. McElroy puts it in this unique birding...


Bald Coot and Screaming Loon: Adventures in the Curious, Mysterious and Remarkable World of Birds

by Niall Edworthy

From the author of The Curious Gardener's Almanac, a fascinating miscellany that explores the mysterious world of birds.

Comprising more than 1,000 entries of remarkable information about birds, bird life,...


Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?: More Answers to Common and Not-So-Common Questions about Birds and Birding

by Mike O'Connor

A collection of humorous Q&As about everything you've always wanted to ask about birds and birding

 

Mike O’Connor knows bird watchers as well as he knows birds. He knows that if you’re even slightly interested...


Birder's Guide to Alabama and Mississippi

by Ray Vaughan

Ramble through the varied habitats and remarkable scenery of Alamba and Mississippi with this terrific birding location guide. Vist more than 125 parks, forests, shores and lakes, including spectacular Dauphin...


To See Every Bird on Earth: A Father, a Son, and a Lifelong Obsession

by Dan Koeppel

What drives a man to travel to sixty countries and spend a fortune to count birds? And what if that man is your father?

Richard Koeppel's obsession began at age twelve, in Queens, New York, when he first spotted...


A Field Guide to Birds of the Desert Southwest

by Barbara L. Davis

This field guide takes you to the desert and grassland areas of Arizona, California, and New Mexico where the total number of bird species reaches a staggering 440.


Rare Bird: Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled Murrelet

by Maria Ruth

Part naturalist detective story, part environmental inquiry, this vibrant narrative celebrates the fascinating world of an endangered seabird that depends on the contested old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest...


The Music of Wild Birds: An Illustrated, Annotated, and Opinionated Guide to Fifty Birds and Their Songs

by Judy Pelikan & F. Schuyler Mathews

One hundred years ago, F. Schuyler Mathews, an erudite naturalist and birder, theorized that birds sing first for love of music, and second for love of the lady. To expand on his theory, he actually scored...


Raptors: The Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, and Owls of North America

by Anne Price & Donald Malick

Ann Price provides a brief description of what separates raptors from other birds, their evolution from prehistoric forebears, and distribution throughout the Noth American continent today.


A Bird in the Bush: A Social History of Birdwatching

by Stephen Moss

‘A wonderful book… beautifully told. He packs his pages with fascinating, often hilarious anecdotes and information. A social history which is a surprise and a delight’ Val Hennessy, Daily Mail Critic’s...


The Warbler Guide

by Tom Stephenson & Scott Whittle

Warblers are among the most challenging birds to identify. They exhibit an array of seasonal plumages and have distinctive yet oft-confused calls and songs. The Warbler Guide enables you to quickly identify...


Hope Is the Thing With Feathers: A Personal Chronicle of Vanished Birds

by Christopher Cokinos

A prizewinning poet and nature writer weaves together natural history, biology, sociology, and personal narrative to tell the story of the lives, habitats, and deaths of six extinct bird species.


Birder's Guide to Pennsylvania

by Paula Ford

This book takes the reader to almost 200 parks, refuges, and hot spots for migratory and resident birds throughout Pennsylvania. Details on 7 geographical regions include 34 maps make this the most comprehensive...


Flight Plans: A Bird's Eye View of Life

by Maryjo Koch

* "The world is your birdbath."

* "Great ideas need landing gear as well as wings." 

* "Success can take a long time to hatch." 

* Distinguished naturalist painter Maryjo Koch offers a bird's-eye view of life...


Hummingbirds

by Michael Fogden, Patricia Fogden, Marianne Taylor & Sheri L. Williamson

Hummingbirds have always held popular appeal, with their visual brilliance, extraordinary flight dexterity, jewel-like color, and remarkably small size.

This is the first book to profile all 338 known species,...


Condor

by John Nielsen

The California condor

has been described as a bird

"with one wing in the grave."

Flying on wings nearly ten feet wide from tip to tip, these birds thrived on the carcasses of animals like woolly mammoths. Then,...