American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of New York

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of New York Author Corey Finger
ISBN-10 193562251X
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 352
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A comprehensive guide to New York birdwatching from the American Birding Association The Empire State is one of the best places for birding in North America—from the Adirondack Mountains in the north; the Finger Lakes in the west; the Hudson Valley in the east; and the marshes, bays, and beaches of the south, New York provides habitats for an amazing array of birds. As a flyover state for many migrating species, backyard birders can see hundreds of species per year as they head north in the spring and south for the winter. TheAmerican Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of New York includes more than 300 species birders are most likely to see in the state. Illustrated with hundreds of crisp, color photographs, it includes descriptions of each bird along with tips of when and where to see them, written by an expert New York birder. It is the perfect companion for anyone interested in the amazing diversity and beauty of the birds of New York.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Massachusetts

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Massachusetts Author Wayne R. Petersen
ISBN-10 1935622668
Release 2017-04-01
Pages 384
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From the rolling Berkshire Mountains and river valleys of the west to the coastal eastern plains, dunes, and scrub forests of Cape Cod, Massachusetts is a birder's paradise. Nearly 500 species have been recorded in the Bay State making it one of the "birdiest” places in the nation. Massachusetts is rich in protected and preserved habitats, including 15 national parks and 143 state parks. Conservation organizations maintain many sanctuaries for wildlife throughout the commonwealth, attracting birds and providing access for visitors to enjoy the outdoors. Massachusetts is truly an exciting and beautiful place to go birding. Written by expert birder Wayne R. Petersen and filled with crisp, gorgeous color photography by Brian E. Small, the American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Massachusetts is the perfect companion for anyone learning more about the natural history and diversity of the commonwealth's birds and when and where to see them.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of California

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of California Author Alvaro Jaramillo
ISBN-10 1935622501
Release 2015-07-03
Pages 352
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California has it all for birders--lush coastal coniferous forests, dry chaparral, oak woodlands, grasslands, alpine slides, riparian valleys, watered suburbs, and desert scrubs. Hundreds of types of birds nest in the Golden State or stop by seasonally on migration routes. California has one of the largest state and federal parks programs, as well as extensive protected wildlife areas, which preserve and protect bird habitats. From geese and ducks, herons and storks, eagles, hawks, and owls to hummingbirds, warblers, and sparrows, California is one of the finest birding destinations on earth. The American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of California includes more than 300 species birders are most likely to see in the state. Illustrated with nearly 450 crisp, color photographs, it includes clearly written descriptions along with tips of when and where to see birds penned by an expert Californian birder. It's the perfect companion for anyone interested in the amazing diversity and beauty of California's birds.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Pennsylvania

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Pennsylvania Author George L. Armistead
ISBN-10 1935622528
Release 2015-04-01
Pages 352
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Pennsylvania is one of the best places to go birding in North America. From the shores of Lake Erie in the northwest and the great river basins of the Ohio, Allegheny, and Monongahela to the central Allegheny Mountains and east along the Pocono Mountains and the rich farmlands and rolling hills of the south, the Keystone State has a great diversity of birds. The American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Pennsylvania includes more than 275 species birders are most likely to see in the commonwealth. Illustrated with hundreds of crisp, color photographs, it includes descriptions of each birds along with tips of when and where to see them, written by an expert Pennsylvanian birder. It's the perfect companion for anyone interested in the amazing diversity and beauty of Pennsylvania's birds.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Arizona

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Arizona Author Rick Wright
ISBN-10 1935622609
Release 2016-05-01
Pages 400
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Southeastern Arizona is a mecca for birders, famous among enthusiasts worldwide for its sky island mountains and its desert vistas--and for the rare birds that inhabit them. What is less well known is that the rest of our vast state, from the cool plateaus of the Four Corners to the blazing flats of the Colorado River, is equally rich: With more than 550 bird species on the official state list, Arizona--all of Arizona--offers birders, residents and visitors alike, an experience virtually unmatched anywhere else in the US. Reaching nearly 400 miles in each of the cardinal directions, with an extraordinary range of more than 12,000 feet of elevation in between, Arizona is home to birds otherwise typical of the Mexican highlands, the Canadian Rockies, and the Great Plains grasslands, an exceedingly diverse avifaunal mix that guarantees exciting birding anywhere in the state at any season. This new book will guide both novice and experienced birders to help identify the amazing diversity of bird life in the Sunset State. Crisp color photographs of birds in nature, authoritative text from an expert birder, and a handy portable trim size all combine to bring nature lovers a useful and beautiful guide to Arizona's most common birds.



Field Guide to Birds of New Jersey

Field Guide to Birds of New Jersey Author Rick Wright
ISBN-10 1935622420
Release 2014-04-21
Pages 334
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From High Point State Park to Cape May Point, New Jersey is home to an amazing diversity of bird species. More than 375 types of birds nest in the dozens of state parks, forests, and natural areas created by local, state, and national authorities, including the centimeters-long ruby-throated hummingbird and large raptors such as the bald eagle. This guide to the Garden State’s birds features 235 bird species in their natural habitats, presented in stunning color photographs complemented by detailed information on their habitats, birdsongs, and tips on when and where to see them. The birds are organized by species for quick reference, and the book includes a complete state bird guide and a directory of birding destinations. This is an excellent resource for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts who want to learn more about New Jersey’s natural history and the diversity of its birds.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Minnesota

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Minnesota Author Laura Erickson
ISBN-10 1935622595
Release 2016-05-01
Pages 400
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Minnesota lies at the crossroads of four major landscapes--prairie grasslands, deciduous woods, coniferous forest and aspen parkland. Each area has distinct habitats for plants and animals and offers unique opportunities for viewing birds. This new book in the American Birding Association Field Guide series build on the excellent of previous titles: * Respected Minnesotan native birder * 550 beautiful color photographs featuring over 300 bird species in natural habitats * Clear and concise introduction, identification, habitat, and birdsong text * Tips on when and where to see birds * Organized by type of bird from waterfowl to finches * Complete state checklist, detailed state map, index, and quick index * Perfect portable book for beginning to intermediate birders



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Illinois

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Illinois Author Michael L. P. Retter
ISBN-10 1935622625
Release 2017-04-03
Pages 424
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The diverse habitats of Illinois--savannas, rivers, marshes, forests, and beaches--offer a home for hundreds of types of birds throughout the year. And as one of the important "flyover states," Illinois welcomes hundreds of species of migrating birds during the spring and fall. From the shores of Lake Michigan in the north to the central Great Plains to the magnificent Shawnee National Forest, Illinois is a magnificent state for birds and birders. Written by a third-generation Illinoisan birder and filled with over 500 color images of birds in native habitats, this is the perfect companion for anyone interested in learning about the natural history and diversity of the state's birds and when and where to find them.



Field Guide to the Neighborhood Birds of New York City

Field Guide to the Neighborhood Birds of New York City Author Leslie Day
ISBN-10 9781421416175
Release 2015-06-23
Pages 384
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Look around New York, and you’ll probably see birds: wood ducks swimming in Queens, a stalking black-crowned night-heron in Brooklyn, great horned owls perching in the Bronx, warblers feeding in Central Park, or Staten Island’s purple martins flying to and fro. You might spot hawks and falcons nesting on skyscrapers or robins belting out songs from trees along the street. America’s largest metropolis teems with birdlife in part because it sits within the great Atlantic flyway where migratory birds travel seasonally between north and south. The Big Apple’s miles of coastline, magnificent parks, and millions of trees attract dozens of migrating species every year and are also home year-round to scores of resident birds. There is no better way to identify and learn about New York’s birds than with this comprehensive field guide from New York City naturalist Leslie Day. Her book will quickly teach you what each species looks like, where they build their nests, what they eat, the sounds of their songs, what time of year they appear in the city, the shapes and colors of their eggs, and where in the five boroughs you can find them—which is often in the neighborhood you call home. The hundreds of stunning photographs by Beth Bergman and gorgeous illustrations by Trudy Smoke will help you identify the ninety avian species commonly seen in New York. Once you enter the world of the city’s birds, life in the great metropolis will never look the same.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Florida

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Florida Author Bill Pranty
ISBN-10 193562248X
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 368
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From the dunes and great river swamps of the Panhandle, the flat woods, scrubs, dry prairies, and wetlands of the Peninsula to the coral reefs of the Keys, the Sunshine State provides habitats for an amazing variety of birds. Florida is rich in protected and preserved habitats, including 11 National Parks, 171 State Parks and Trails, and 100 important Bird Areas. Conservation organizations maintain many sanctuaries for wildlife throughout Florida, attracting birds and providing access for visitors to enjoy the outdoors. Written by expert birder Bill Pranty and filled with crisp, gorgeous color photography by Brian E. Small, American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Florida is the perfect companion for anyone learning more about the natural history and diversity of the state’s birds and when and where to see them.



Birds of New York State

Birds of New York State Author Robert E Budliger
ISBN-10 1551053268
Release 2005
Pages 384
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An outstanding field guide features 320 of New York state's most abundant or notable bird species, with each account including a full-color illustration as well as detailed notes on habitat, nesting, feeding, voice, similar species, best sites for viewing, and a range map. Original.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Texas

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Texas Author Mark W. Lockwood
ISBN-10 1935622536
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 352
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A complete guide to the many birds of the Lone Star State Texas is one of the best places for birding in North America as the diversity of habitats and shear breadth of the state means that birdwatchers can see birds of the western deserts and scrublands; the eastern woodlands, hills, and prairies; and the Gulf Coast marshes and wetlands. Suburban areas throughout the state also attract species of tremendous diversity, from tropical warblers to waterfowl. As a flyover state for many migrating species, backyard birders can see hundreds of species per year as they head north in the spring and south for the winter. The American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Texas includes more than 300 species birders are most likely to see in the state. Illustrated with hundreds of crisp, color photographs, it includes descriptions of each bird along with tips of when and where to see them, written by an expert Texas birder. It is the perfect companion for anyone interested in the amazing diversity and beauty of the birds of Texas.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of the Carolinas

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of the Carolinas Author Nate Swick
ISBN-10 1935622633
Release 2016-11-15
Pages 384
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North and South Carolina together offer an impressive range of natural habitats for birds. From the spruce-fir woodlands of the Appalachians in the west to the rolling Piedmont hills and extensive pinelands, all the way east to the saltwater marshes and bays of the barrier islands, the Carolinas are a perfect place to see many types of birds. From oystercatchers, turnstones, and avocets to warblers, sparrows, finches and everything in between, the Carolina are a birder's paradise. This new book in the American Birding Association Field Guide series builds on the excellence of previous titles. It includes 550 beautiful color photographs featuring 300 bird species in natural habitats, a clear and concise introduction, identification, habitat, and birdsong text. Additionally, it features tips on when and where to see birds and a detailed state map, index, and quick index. It is a perfect portable book for beginning to intermediate birders.



The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America Author David Sibley
ISBN-10 9780307957924
Release 2016-03
Pages 504
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"Covering North American species of the Rocky Mountains and west, [offering] a wealth of improvements and updates"--Front flap.



National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America Author Jon Lloyd Dunn
ISBN-10 0792253140
Release 2006
Pages 503
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A completely revised and updated fifth edition of the popular birding handbook provides identification tips, full-color artwork, new locator and range maps, information on behavior and nesting, new plumage and species classification data, and other valuable facts about more than eight hundred North American birds. Original. 75,000 first printing.



American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Colorado

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Colorado Author Ted Floyd
ISBN-10 1935622439
Release 2014-06-02
Pages 281
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From the tiny rufous hummingbird to the majestic bald eagle, Colorado is home to more than 496 types of birds, making it one of the finest birding destinations in the world. Preserved habitats created by local, state, and national authorities have helped foster and protect nesting sites for hundreds of species, 235 of which are featured in their natural habitats, from Great Plains to Rocky Mountains, in this ornithological guide. The birds are organized by type from waterfowl to finches and appear in beautiful color photographs accompanied by clear and concise introductions, identification tips, and habitat and birdsong descriptions. The book also includes a complete state bird checklist and a directory of birding destinations, making this field guide the perfect companion for anyone interested in learning more about the natural history of Colorado and the diversity of the state’s birds and where to see them.



Birds of Arizona Field Guide

Birds of Arizona Field Guide Author Stan Tekiela
ISBN-10 1591930154
Release 2003-04-01
Pages 366
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Make bird watching in Arizona even more enjoyable! With this field guide, bird identification is simple and informative. There's no need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in Arizona. This book features 145 species of Arizona birds, organized by color for ease of use. Do you see a yellow bird and don't know what it is? Go to the yellow section to find out. Fact-filled information, a compare feature, range maps and detailed photographs help to ensure that you positively identify the birds that you see.