The Field Guide to the Birds of Blue Heron Nature Preserve is a visual demonstration of the 100 most common species of birds seen at Blue Heron Nature Preserve, a small and thin stretch of greenspace in northwest Atlanta surrounded by commercial areas and residential homes. The preserve is a wild haven for life, including birds, both common resident species, migrants, and even a few uncommon and irregular species. This guide aims to represent the diversity of birds in the preserve with hand-drawn images of the birds, as well as the issues that they face today and how places like Blue Heron support and assist the numerous species of birds that regularly use the park. It is also a good guide for the novice just interested in identifying birds at the preserve, and this field guide is a must-have for anyone who plans to visit.
|Barnes & Noble Press
|8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.15(d)
About the Author
Gavin Allvine is a student at North Atlanta High School. With a strong passion for birds, Gavin has completed several bird-related courses on his free time and is the youngest certified Georgia Audubon master birder. His favorite hobbies include reading, birding, and drawing natural settings. He hopes one day to follow his passions across the globe.