National Audubon Society Birder's Handbook
Dorling Kindersley, 2000
An essential resource for novice and veteran alike, the National Audubon Society Birder's Handbook is a detailed guide to the art and science of birding. Featuring nearly 300 full-color photographs and more than 100 illustrations, the handbook provides tips on how to identify birds, explains the techniques of birding, and presents detailed information on the tools of the trade.
Full-color maps highlight some of the best birding spots in North America, and extensive appendices provide information on Internet sites, books, periodicals, organizations, and supply sources. Birder's Handbook aims to improve individual skills while furthering the cause of bird conservation in North America.
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