This Stunning visual directory features bird-song audio tracks plus short calls of 99 of the most popular North American songbirds. Full-color illustrations show each bird’s distinctive colors and plumage, with detailed information about their origin, behavior, feeding, and migration habits. Learn how and why birds sing, and discover the wide range of tones and melodies. The audio portion of this enhanced e-book are from the Macaulay Library of Cornell University’s Ornithology lab. This feature allows readers to identify the songbirds in your backyard, while simple notations in the book denote the rhythmic rise and fall of the songs. Find out when and where to best hear them, and discover how to turn your backyard into a songbird haven, with practical advice on selective planting, feeding routines, and making nesting boxes.
|Publisher:||Sellers Publishing, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||103 MB|
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Hardcover for durability and spiral-bound to lay flat for easy reference, The Songbirds Bible is a straightforward, visual directory of 100 of the most common and beloved songbirds in North America. Ornithology professor Dr. Noble S. Proctor applies his 40 years of field experience to create detailed entries for each species, including descriptions of distinctive plumage colors, origin, behavior, distribution in North America, feeding and migration habits, how to attract a given species to one's garden, and much more. Highly detailed color illustrations of each species aid in visual identification, and an accompanying music CD of birdsongs will help both novice and seasoned birdwatchers recognize different species by song. An easy-to-use guide especially meant to be used and enjoyed by bird lovers.