Birdwatching: How to Become An Expert Birdwatcher! by D.P. Brown
Have you ever listened to the birds singing outside and wondered about the awe and joy that is our world according to the birds?
Backyard bird watching is growing in popularity around the world. In fact, it is only second to gardening! To the average person, bird watching may not seem to be too exciting or even insightful, but oh how wrong that image is!
And, with your copy of “Birdwatching: How to Become An Expert Birdwatcher!” you can begin a wonderful journey through the world of bird watching.
Birds give us beauty, entertainment, observational skills, and so much more! However, without the proper birdwatching book, it can be very challenging to identify all the species of birds. With this bird watching guide in your hands, we’ll show you different ways to not only identify birds, but learn about their unique traits and even the songs they sing!
Get In Touch With Nature!
This E-Book Will Give You Hints, Tips, And The Know How To Find Certain Birds As Well As Identifying Them. This Book Is Not Only Perfect For The Amateur Bird Watcher. It Also Gives Great Information To The Professionals As Well.
You Can Even Make Friends By Bird Watching!
And we’re not only talking about feathered friends! There are bird clubs all over the world. These are people who have learned that bird watching is about so much more than looking at birds. It’s about studying their movements, enjoying their songs, and noticing their habitats.
Joining one of these clubs can be the doorway to a whole new world. A world that’s full of information, appreciation for nature, and fun!
Bird clubs offer ways for your learn more about birds and the world around us. They also often plan exciting bird watching trips that can take you to new and exciting places as you notice new breeds of birds that you can’t find where you live.
Enter A Whole New World!
That’s the world of nature and the majesty of birds. From the wren to the eagle, you’ll gain a new appreciation for not only the bird as an animal, but the bird as a part of our whole world.
We have compiled an amazing guide to bird watching in “Birdwatching: How to Become An Expert Birdwatcher!” The title really says it all. It’s a great way to get started in bird watching in one definitive book made available for you! You won’t have to spend excess time and money looking through all those other bird watching books. We’ve got it all here!
What’s included in this book?
• The equipment you’ll need
• Finding the best bird watching binoculars
• Bird watching etiquette
• Tips for identifying birds
• Appreciating the songs of birds
• Attracting birds to your back yard
• Landscaping for birds
• AND MORE!
Bird watching is a sport that requires practice, concentration, and skills to become adept at it. The beginning bird watcher can’t go out one time and know exactly what kind of birds they encounter. It takes time and practice and – above everything else – patience!
Because you don’t need special equipment to watch birds other than a pair of the best birding binoculars, you can literally do it anywhere – parks, forests, even your own backyard! Learn what other birders already know – bird watching has more benefits than you can ever imagine.
In “Birdwatching: How to Become An Expert Birdwatcher!” you’ll learn:
• What to look for when identifying a bird
• How to recognize a bird by their song
• How to use a field guide when bird watching
• What type of bird seed to use and how certain seeds can attract specific birds
• Making your own bird bath to bring the birds to your own yard
• How to make your own bird house
• The best ways to landscape your yard to attract birds
What can you expect to gain when you start your bird watching journey? More than you might think!
1. Fun. Big fun. Something deep seems to get fulfilled. A connection is made with the immense beauty of nature.
2. Satisfaction. Birding invokes our primeval hunting instincts. It delivers all the satisfaction of the hunt, even though the prey itself escapes unharmed. Birding is the perfect sport for the 21st Century.
3. Health. Birding gets you vertical. It gets you outside and walking. But it's effortless, because your attention is on the birds. After a little birding, you've usually covered quite a bit of ground.
4. Family. Birding unites people across generations. By taking up birding, parents or grandparents can introduce their children to an interest in nature that will stay with them all their lives.