A Birder's Guide to Virginia's Historic James River

A Birder's Guide to Virginia's Historic James River

by Jerry Uhlman

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Overview

A Birder's Guide to Virginia's Historic James River explores over thirty birding hotspots along the James River, from Craney Landfill at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay to famous "Warbler Road" in the Blue Ridge foothills. The guidebook gives colorful descriptions and detailed directions to each site along the way.

Early explorers visited Virginia's historic James River and established America's first and second English settlements along its banks. The James was the home to huge plantations during our country's colonial years and was the site of many bloody battles during the War Between the States. A Birder's Guide to Virginia's Historic James River brings birding and history together along one of America's most historic waterways.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781663517876
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 06/16/2020
Pages: 184
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Author and nature writer Jerry Uhlman is an inveterate traveler who has trekked through North America’s Arctic tundra, southwest deserts, prairie grasslands, boreal forests and swampy Pocosin wetlands in search of adventure and avian specialties. Wanderlust and curiosity about birdlife have taken him to Argentina, Costa Rica, Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, Russia, northern India, Romania’s Danube Delta and West Africa’s Ivory Coast.

Uhlman is an intrepid birder and frequent traveler throughout North America and abroad. His tales of birding journeys have appeared in a number of birding and outdoors magazines, including BirdWatcher’s Digest, BirdWatching and the American Birding Association publications. He writes a popular birding column called “Flyways & Byways” that appeared for twenty years in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and continues nowadays in Boomer Magazine.

In addition to A Birder’s Guide to Virginia’s Historic James River, his books include Birding Far Afield, Birding Tales and A Birder’s Guide to Metropolitan Richmond (Va.)

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