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Birding in the American West
A Handbook
Kevin J. Zimmer
From the Great Plains to the Arctic tundra, the American West, including Alaska, is home to a stunning variety of birds. This indispensable volume, both a field guide and a site-finding guide, provides an ideal introduction to the pleasures of birding...

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...

A Bird-Finding Guide to Mexico
Steve N.G. Howell, Steve N. G. Howell
With a rich variety of stunning avifauna, Mexico provides the first taste of the Neotropics for many birders. At last here is a guide to Mexico's best birdwatching sites, from Baja California to the Yucatan Peninsula. Steve N. G. Howell, coauthor...

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...

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

Bird Trapping and Bird Banding
A Handbook for Trapping Methods All over the World
Hans Bub

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...

Life of the Tanager
Alexander F. Skutch
Alexander F. Skutch has spent more than 40 years studying Neotropical birds, mostly in southern Costa Rica, where he makes his home. In this charming book he observes the habits of the tanagers, a family of some 230 species of brightly colored...

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