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Encyclopedia of North American Birds: An Essential Guide to Common Birds of North America
     

Encyclopedia of North American Birds: An Essential Guide to Common Birds of North America

by Derek Hall (Editor), Euan Dunn, Derek Niemann
 
The Encyclopedia of North American Birds describes and illustrates seventy-eight of the most common and familiar birds, from the magnificent bald eagle to the diminutive winter wren. It explores every type of habitat, from Arctic wastes to the subtropical Everglades, from the high Rockies to the wave-lashed coastlines, to the wide variety of bird life in North America

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The Encyclopedia of North American Birds describes and illustrates seventy-eight of the most common and familiar birds, from the magnificent bald eagle to the diminutive winter wren. It explores every type of habitat, from Arctic wastes to the subtropical Everglades, from the high Rockies to the wave-lashed coastlines, to the wide variety of bird life in North America. With over 200 color photographs and illustrations, an extensive glossary, resident-migrant-breeding distribution maps for every species covered, this beautiful encyclopedia is for every birder from the novice to the experienced academic.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592231904
Publisher:
Thunder Bay Press
Publication date:
10/10/2004
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
7.68(w) x 9.78(h) x 1.01(d)
Age Range:
12 Years

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