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A Guide to the Birds of Costa Rica
Gary Stiles, Alexander F. Skutch
Costa Rica, a country of no larger than West Virginia, hosts more than 830 species of birds, more than in all of North Amerian north of Mexico. It may well be the only country in the world with as many bird species and habitats to be found in such a...



Neotropical Migratory Birds
Natural History, Distribution, and Population Change
Richard M. DeGraaf, John H. Rappole



Bull's Birds of New York State
Whether you watch birds on the shores of Long Island, at the Bashakill Marsh, at Niagara Falls, or just at your backyard feeder, this volume will help you appreciate what our Empire State has to offer. It will give you a historical perspective, and it...



The Birds of Pennsylvania
Gerald M. McWilliams, Daniel W. Brauning
From Eared Grebes, Tundra Swans, and Peregrine Falcons to Lesser Yellowlegs, and Snowy Owls, Pennsylvania is home to a magnificent array of birds. In the first comprehensive summary and analysis in over a century of the birds of that state, Gerald...



Field Guide to the Birds of Cuba
Orlando H. Garrido, Arturo Kirkconnell
The richness and diversity of Cuban birdlife features 354 recorded species that represent 20 orders and 60 families. The 21 living endemic species include the charming Cuban Tody, the striking and elegant Cuban Trogon (the national bird), the colorful...



The New York City Audubon Society Guide to Finding Birds in the Metropolitan Area
Marcia T. Fowle, Paul Kerlinger
Positioned along the major East Coast migratory flyway, New York City and the surrounding areas offer some of the finest birding opportunities in North America. More than 355 species have been sighted there. Tapping the expertise of 47 metropolitan...



The Birds of Ecuador
Field Guide
Robert S. Ridgely, Paul J. Greenfield
Volume II, the field guide volume of this two-volume set, contains 96 full-color plates and facing pages of descriptive text, along with 115 silhouette outlines and nearly 1600 distribution maps.



The Birds of Ecuador
Status, Distribution and Taxonomy
Robert S. Ridgely, Paul J. Greenfield
Volume I of this two-volume set, Status, Distribution, and Taxonomy, contains detailed information on the ecology, status, and distribution of all species.



The Birds of Ecuador
Robert S. Ridgely, Paul J. Greenfield
This slip-cased, two-volume set of "The Birds of Ecuador" includes the Status, Distribution, and Taxonomy volume, which contains detailed information on the ecology, status, and distribution of all species, and the Field Guide volume.



The 100 Most Notable Cornellians
Glenn Altschuler, Laurence Moore, Isaac Kramnick
"Cornell is unique among American research universities and in the Ivy League. . . . It aspires to the ideals of Ezra Cornell, who founded an institution 'where any one person could find instruction in any study.' . . . Cornell has played a...



The Audubon Society Guide to Attracting Birds
Creating Natural Habitats for Properties Large and Small
Stephen W. Kress
A practical, comprehensive, and thoroughly illustrated guide to attracting birds to any property.



Tables of Knowledge
Descartes in Vermeer's Studio
Harriet Stone
Descartes believed that his analytic model applied to all fields of research and that all branches of science lead to truth. His many analogies with literature and art notwithstanding, Descartes offers an entry into knowledge that fails nevertheless...



Sung Birds
Music, Nature, and Poetry in the Later Middle Ages
Elizabeth Eva Leach
Is birdsong music? The most frequent answer to this question in the Middle Ages was resoundingly "no." In Sung Birds, Elizabeth Eva Leach traces postmedieval uses of birdsong within Western musical culture. She first explains why such melodious...



The Clements Checklist of Birds of the World, Sixth Edition
James F. Clements
Birds have long held a unique dual role as a model group for scientists and as the focus of birders' passionate quests. Despite centuries of observation, each year brings the discovery and description of several entirely new avian species and hundreds...



Planets on Tables
Poetry, Still Life, and the Turning World
Bonnie Costello
Poets have long been drawn to the images and techniques of still life. Artists and poets alike present intimate worlds where time is suspended in the play of form and color and where history disappears amid everyday things. The genre of still...



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