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Journal of Field OrnithologyThis book presents both an overview of bird conservation in North America and a clear game plan for each species, and gives birder's hope that their own grandchildren will be able to enjoy the abundance and diversity birds that we have the privilege of seeing today. The prognosis is not good, however, unless drastic changes are made in our resource consumption, pesticide use, and basic priorities. What is good for birds is good for people, and the proverbial canary in the coal mine does hold true. This book is a fundamental resource for birders and ornithologists, and should be owned by just about anyone.
— Bridget J. M. Stutchbury