Bird Watching

Bird Watching

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by Lou Diamond
     
 
The Ultimate Guide To Bird Watching Is Finally Here...

The Beginners Guide to Bird Watching

Dear Friend,

Have you ever wanted to be able to go outside and look at birds and know exactly what kind of birds they are and where they come from? Most people love birds and bird watching is a science and art that a lot people would like to do but

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The Ultimate Guide To Bird Watching Is Finally Here...

The Beginners Guide to Bird Watching

Dear Friend,

Have you ever wanted to be able to go outside and look at birds and know exactly what kind of birds they are and where they come from? Most people love birds and bird watching is a science and art that a lot people would like to do but very few know about the subject. Bird watching is a fascinating pastime in which the viewer can see hundreds and even thousands of species of birds in one sitting. Having an official guide to let you know how to bird watch and what to look for a while you are bird watching is the essential to good bird watching techniques.

When you know what the habitat and the habits of birds are watching them is so much more interesting. You will become a new person once you delve into the world of avians. Bird watching is a relaxing past time in which the watcher watches and records the actions and species of the birds that are around them. There are several techniques to bird watching and to have a guide that will spell out these techniques in an easy to read format is essential to practice proper bird watching techniques. With enough experience you could join the Audubon Society and report your findings during your bird watching adventures to them to be part of a national record.

Though you are a beginner the thrill and excitement of bird watching can become part of your life and you can share this newfound joy with friends and family. Even on family vacations or weekend excursions you can take out your notebook and your bird watchers guide and walk out into any field or sit in any parking lot and be able to identify and to register the species of the birds that you have seen. Soon you will not need the guide at all because you will be able to recognize a species at first sight. You can tell the species by its color, its plumage, are the way it interacts within its natural habitat.

Now You Can Save Time Searching for Information about Bird Watching

Wouldn’t it be nice to have all those questions about bird watching and its secrets offered in one place? You could spend hours on the internet looking for answers or you could spend hundreds of dollars taking a class or seminar that would teach you these techniques, maybe.

Once you read an article on a website or a blog from a bird watching expert and you think you have a grasp of what is going on, another article will come out and contradict the one you just read. Books are expensive and much of the content is full of fluff and not the real nitty-gritty stuff that you need to a successful and informed bird watcher. You see bird watching on television and you realize that bird watching is a cultured pass time.

The information contained within this text may not make you a bird aficionado tomorrow, but it can have you on the way to being more informed about birds and on the way to that goal of being a professional bird watcher. It is so frustrating hearing advice from one webpage only to find it contradicted on another. Give up those endless hours of research and reading because there is a one stop, tell-all source that will give you the information that you need to become a bird watcher today.

An in depth report on beginning bird watching has been generated to give you the facts about this popular, educational pass time. The most recent research will be discussed along with helpful hints in how to find and record bird species, how to camouflage yourself for the ultimate bird watching experience, and how to improve you bird watching skills so that you can join an official bird watching club like the Audubon Society or Avian Friends.

Finally a one of a kind guide that answers all the questions the amateur bird watcher would have. Filled with informative literature the reader will get the real facts about bird watching and learn how to develop the right bird watching techniques for the species in your area. You will be amongst our feathered friends in no time you will be helping to record populations and helping preserve this magnificent creatures.

In The Beginning Bird Watching Guide You Will Receive This Valuable Information


1) You will learn the real techniques the professional bird watchers use.

Bird watching is becoming more popular than it ever has before. With these bird watching techniques you will be out in the field in no time watching like a professional

2) You will learn how to perform bird transects and other scientific methods

You will be able to observe and record bird populations using the same methods as biologists, ornithologists, and naturalists. You will be rubbing shoulders in the field with true professionals that have been watching birds for years.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012105288
Publisher:
Lou Diamond
Publication date:
02/03/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
144 KB

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Bird Watching 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
GlenS More than 1 year ago
I found it both strange and disappointing to purchase a book on bird watching and it not have a single photo of a bird in it. Granted it was only a dollar but I expected some photos.
CarolynCain More than 1 year ago
I picked up bird watching as a hobby but I felt like something was missing. This book showed me a lot of tips that made it better and more fun. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to start birdwatching.
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Hey again!! This plac is puuuurfect lol so remember tell me wat u look like umm like hair eye color length face shape bpdy type height...... all that good stuff! Good stuff peepas dont keep me waitong!!!!!! :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
enjoy it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a lover of birds. I searched "birds" and the first thing that caught my eye was this book. If you want to start bird watching this is a exellelent way to start.