About National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Birds: Eastern Region
Brimming with concise descriptions and stunning color photographs, the National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Birds of North America: East is designed to be compact enough to literally fit into any bird-lover’s back pocket. This streamlined volume contains; an easy-to-use field guide identifying 80 of the most frequently encountered birds in the Eastern region bounded by the Rocky Mountains and eastward towards the Atlantic Ocean; a complete overview of birdwatching, covering basic identifying field marks, expert advice on when, where and how to look for birds and tips on attracting birds to make your backyard a haven for colorful songsters.
This pocket guide is packed with information; detailed photographs and diagrams, specific descriptions of each species’ important field marks, regional maps depicting nesting and winter ranges, a glossary of bird terms and a guide to various bird family trauits.
Whether your home is in a remote countryside or in a populous city, you will derive hours of pleasure observing and learning about birds, and the National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Birds of North America: East is an excellent and convenient reference guide to accompany any bird-lover.
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About NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
The revision authors are James D. Williams, Research Associate, Florida Museum of Natural History, and Carter R. Gilbert, Curator Emeritus of Fishes of the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Published by Knopf Jan 12, 1987| 192 Pages| 6 x 4-1/8| ISBN 9780394748399