National Audubon Society Birder's Handbookby Stephen W. Kress
This book is sure to become a must-have among members of the National Audubon Society and bird lovers worldwide. The portable format combined with over two hundred photographs make this handbook an accessible tool in the art of birdwatching. Birdlovers will be thrilled with the colorful illustrations and helpful locator maps. The book also provides helpful information, such as how to buy the best equipment and the dos and don'ts of proper birding etiquette. Perfect for the expert and beginner alike.
Lavishly illustrated and well- organized. (Publishers Weekly)
Dr. Stephen W. Kress is a laboratory associate of the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York, where he teaches courses in field ornithology. He is currently directing the program to reestablish the Atlantic puffin to its former breeding site in Muscongus Bay, Maine, a program sponsored by the National Audubon Society. He is the author of DK/NAS Bird Garden, and The Audubon Society Guide to Attracting Birds.
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