National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America

National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America Author Jonathan K. Alderfer
ISBN-10 9781426207204
Release 2011
Pages 254
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Covers more than 150 species of North American birds and includes nearly 300 full-color photos, 150 range maps and 500 additional illustrations, as well as tips on feeding, birdhouses and creating bird-friendly backyard landscapes. Original.

Field Guide to the Birds of North America

Field Guide to the Birds of North America Author Jon L. Dunn
ISBN-10 9781426218354
Release 2017-09-12
Pages 592
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This fully revised and updated edition of the best-selling North American bird field guide is the most up-to-date guide on the market. Perfect for beginning to advanced birders, it is the only book organized to match the latest American Ornithologists' Union taxonomy. With more than 2.75 million copies in print, this perennial bestseller is the most frequently updated of all North American bird field guides. Filled with hand-painted illustrations from top nature artists, this latest edition is poised to become an instant must-have for every serious birder in the United States and Canada. The 7th edition includes 37 new species for a total of 1,023 species; 16 new pages allow for 250 fresh illustrations, 80 new maps, and 350 map revisions. With taxonomy updated to recent significant scientific rearrangement, the addition of standardized banding codes, and text completely vetted by birding experts, this new edition will stand at the top of the list of birding field guides for years to come.

National Geographic Pocket Guide to the Birds of North America

National Geographic Pocket Guide to the Birds of North America Author Laura Erickson
ISBN-10 9781426210440
Release 2013
Pages 190
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Presents information about 160 North American bird species, including facts about physical features, voice, habitat, food, and a map indicating the regions in which each species can be found.

Under His Wings

Under His Wings Author Joy DeKok
Release 2017-10-11
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Under His Wings is a bestselling devotional collection of real-life bird encounters enjoyed by the author. Joy had no idea when she moved from the city to the country that God was going to express His love for her and all of us in so many tender moments. You don’t have to be a birdwatcher to enjoy the stories or the life-changing truths in this delightful book.

National Geographic Field Guide to the Water s Edge

National Geographic Field Guide to the Water s Edge Author Stephen P. Leatherman
ISBN-10 9781426208683
Release 2012
Pages 287
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Provides a guide for all the flora, fauna, and natural phenomena found along the coast of North America.

National Geographic Illustrated Guide to Wildlife

National Geographic Illustrated Guide to Wildlife Author National Geographic Society (U.S.)
ISBN-10 9781426213724
Release 2014
Pages 448
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Filled with photographs and original artwork, a resource from one of the most trusted names in field guides showcases 900 species of North America's most common birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and amphibians, along with fish and other aquatic creatures.

National Geographic Photography Field Guide birds

National Geographic Photography Field Guide  birds Author Rulon E. Simmons
ISBN-10 0792268784
Release 2002
Pages 159
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Text and color photographs depict the art of bird photography, and cover equipment needed, approaching a bird, and capturing pictures of them in flight and in different lights.

The Backyard Birdsong Guide

The Backyard Birdsong Guide Author Donald Kroodsma
ISBN-10 1943645019
Release 2016-04-12
Pages 192
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Backyard Birdsongs is an interactive handbook of birds and their songs for beginning bird-watchers. With a touch-button electronic module housing common vocalizations of 75 species from across Eastern and Central North America, this volume offers a truly sensory way to identify and get to know local birds. Crisply detailed and scientifically accurate illustrations accompany each entry, and up-to-date range maps provide clear geographical reference points. This second edition includes a much-requested new Sound Track Index (to help make watching and listening to birds easier), and a free download of the Cornell Lab's own MERLIN Bird ID App.

The Bird Watching Answer Book

The Bird Watching Answer Book Author Laura Erickson
ISBN-10 9781603428064
Release 2009-11-04
Pages 400
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Learn the how’s and why’s of bird behavior, from flirtatious mating practices and gorgeous birdsong to flying south for the winter. In this lively reference book, Laura Erickson addresses hundreds of real-life questions sent in to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the world’s foremost authority on birds. With expert advice on bird watching techniques and equipment, feeding and housing birds, protecting habitats, and much more, Erickson guides you through the intricacies of the avian world with a contagious passion for our feathered friends.

Attracting Butterflies Hummingbirds to Your Backyard

Attracting Butterflies   Hummingbirds to Your Backyard Author Sally Roth
ISBN-10 0875968880
Release 2002-10-24
Pages 304
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Explains how to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the backyard garden by creating an ideal habitat and provides a field guide to the sixteen hummingbird species and seventy-five common butterfly species that make North America their home.

Building Backyard Bird Habitat

Building Backyard Bird Habitat Author Scott Shalaway
ISBN-10 9780811750899
Release 2000-01-01
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Practical and easy-to-follow information on how to create a backyard habitat that will attract a variety of birds throughout the year, from cardinals, orioles, and chickadees to woodpeckers, hummingbirds, bluebirds, goldfinches, and more.

Naturally Curious Day by Day

Naturally Curious Day by Day Author Mary Holland
ISBN-10 9780811765596
Release 2016-11-07
Pages 384
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This follow-up to Naturally Curious, a National Outdoor Book Award winner, is a day-by-day account of nature observations throughout the year. Daily entries include entertaining and enlightening observations about specific animal or plant activity happening in eastern North America on that date. Set up as a naturalist's journal, entries describe in detail sightings and events in the natural world and are accompanied by stunning color photographs of birds, animals, insects, plants, and more. Essays throughout describe specific events in nature happening during each month, while sidebars supply natural history facts and information pertinent to the topics of the month or the time of year.

Basic Texas Birds

Basic Texas Birds Author Mark Lockwood
ISBN-10 9780292713499
Release 2007-07-01
Pages 403
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Contains photographs and descriptions of more than 180 species of birds found in Texas, each including background information, notes on habitat, status, and distribution, and a range map.

Best Ever Backyard Birding Tips

Best Ever Backyard Birding Tips Author Deborah L. Martin
ISBN-10 9781605299259
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 356
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A guide to backyard birding that covers seeds, feeders, plants, landscape features, big-eating birds, hosting hummingbirds, bird behavior, and other related topics.

In the Field Among the Feathered

In the Field  Among the Feathered Author Thomas R. Dunlap
ISBN-10 9780199912698
Release 2011-12-14
Pages 256
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America is a nation of ardent, knowledgeable birdwatchers. But how did it become so? And what role did the field guide play in our passion for spotting, watching, and describing birds? In the Field, Among the Feathered tells the history of field guides to birds in America from the Victorian era to the present, relating changes in the guides to shifts in science, the craft of field identification, and new technologies for the mass reproduction of images. Drawing on his experience as a passionate birder and on a wealth of archival research, Thomas Dunlap shows how the twin pursuits of recreation and conservation have inspired birders and how field guides have served as the preferred method of informal education about nature for well over a century. The book begins with the first generation of late 19th-century birdwatchers who built the hobby when opera glasses were often the best available optics and bird identification was sketchy at best. As America became increasingly urban, birding became more attractive, and with Roger Tory Peterson's first field guide in 1934, birding grew in both popularity and accuracy. By the 1960s recreational birders were attaining new levels of expertise, even as the environmental movement made birding's other pole, conservation, a matter of human health and planetary survival. Dunlap concludes by showing how recreation and conservation have reached a new balance in the last 40 years, as scientists have increasingly turned to amateurs, whose expertise had been honed by the new guides, to gather the data they need to support habitat preservation. Putting nature lovers and citizen-activists at the heart of his work, Thomas Dunlap offers an entertaining history of America's long-standing love affair with birds, and with the books that have guided and informed their enthusiasm.

City Birds Country Birds

City Birds  Country Birds Author Sharon Stiteler
ISBN-10 9781591935391
Release 2008-06-18
Pages 192
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The city, the country, an apartment, it doesn't matter where you live; you can draw birds to your area. "The BirdChick" Sharon Stiteler shares tips and secrets that will help you bird watch from any residence. Get info about feeders, seed and bird houses, and find out how to attract wanted guests and how to deal with unwanted visitors.

The Bumper Book of Nature

The Bumper Book of Nature Author Stephen Moss
ISBN-10 9780307590015
Release 2010-06-15
Pages 288
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When was the last time you climbed a tree? Picked blackberries? Held a snail race? Made maple syrup candy, an old-fashioned quill pen from a bird feather you found, or a plaster cast of an animal track? If the ­answer is "can't remember" or quite possibly ­"never," The Bumper Book of Nature will inspire you to get outdoors and enjoy the very best kind of free entertainment for you and your family. Who wouldn't love to discover a colorful butterfly ­hibernating in a woodshed for the winter or look at a ­snowflake under a magnifying lens? In warmer weather, why not explore rock pools by the seaside, pick wild ­meadow flowers (and then fry up elderflower fritters!), or go on a city safari? Whether you live in the heart of the city, the suburbs, or the deepest countryside, The Bumper Book of ­Nature will bring out the child in you with its treasure trove of offbeat, playful nature activities arranged by season. With lovely full-color illustrations as well as related trivia, quotes, and bits of poetry, it's a wonderful keepsake as well as a one-of-a-kind field guide.