Introducing the Hawaii Audubon Society's sixth edition of Hawaii's Birds . The latest edition features stunning new photographs accompanied by detailed information on hundreds of birds ranging from the common mynah to the nearly extinct Poouli. Curious observers, birders and ornithologists of all ages will be delighted with the book's extensive data and bird descriptions presented with colorful photos in an improved, user-friendly format. Each section now includes color-coded tabs which enhance the book's usefulness as a tool for identifying birds in the fields. Distinctive, colored symbols also indicate the status of each bird species found in Hawaii. The sixth edition features a table of contents, two new bird species with descriptions and photos, updated maps showing popular birding sites on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii, updated references and a comprehensive index.
|Publisher:||Hawaii Audubon Society|
|Product dimensions:||5.16(w) x 6.84(h) x 0.40(d)|
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The Hawaii Audubon Society was founded in 1939 as an independent, non-profit membership association with specific aims pertaining to the protection of Hawaii's native wildlife and habitats through education, scientific research and advocacy The Society became a certified chapter of the National Audobon Society in 1978, but continues to function independently in all fiscal, policy and programmatic matters.