Classic Guide to the Birds of Australia
by Neville W. Cayley
Neville Cayley's What Bird is That? is Australia's most popular bird-identification guide. This comprehensive and authoritative field guide now in its second edition has been fully revised and updated by prominent ornithologist Terence Lindsey ...
by Ken Simpson , Ken Simpson, Nicholas Day & others
Since it was first published in 1984, Simpson & Day's Field Guide to the Birds of Australia has been one of the most - if not the most - respected bird guide in the country. It has sold over 500 000 copies. The guide contains 132 superb ...
This guide is a fabulous resource for bird lovers, watchers, and professional twitchers interested in Australian birds. It covers every major Australian bird group and includes a distribution map showing where each bird can be found.
by Bradley, Patricia E.
With a rich avifauna of more than 300 species, the three islands that make up the Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac - form an increasingly popular birding destination. Although the islands' sole endemic species, Cayman ...eBook
by Bree, Marlin
Seafarer Marlin Bree captures the poetry of the seagull's flight, the majesty of its soaring wings, and its amusing antics as gulls gregariously interact with humans. Through black-and-white digital stop-sequence photography, this tribute ...eBook
Minnesota's Birds of Prey
by Laura Erickson
<DIV><P>Was Caesar like the eagle because of his aquiline (from aquila, for “eagle” in Latin) nose, or does the eagle seem imperial because of his Caesar-like beak? Does the sharp vision of a “hawk-eyed” observer have any basis in nature?eBook
The Extraordinary Tale of the Bermuda Petrel and the Man Who Brought It Back from Extinction
by Elizabeth Gehrman
<b>The inspiring story of David Wingate, a living legend among birders, who brought the Bermuda petrel back from presumed extinction</b><br> <br><i>Rare Birds </i>is a tale of obsession, of hope, of fighting for redemption against incredible odds.eBook
The Secret Lives of Birds of the Southeastern Shore
by John Yow
With his distinctively witty, anecdotal, and disarming voice, John Yow now journeys to the shore and shares his encounters with some of the most familiar and beloved coastal birds. Out of his travel--from North Carolina's Outer Banks, down the ...eBook
How to See More Birds and Protect the Environment at the Same Time
by Richard Gregson
<LI>Where to look for birds close to home--often-overlooked spots in cities and suburban neighborhoods that can be bird magnets<LI>How to get deeper by studying the birds around your home and participating in citizen science and conservation ...eBook
What to See and When and Where to Go
by Clay Sutton; Pat Sutton
<LI>First-ever birding guide to this celebrated site<LI>Insider advice on 33 popular places and lesser-known hot spots<LI>Describes birding opportunities any time of the year<P>Geography, topography, weather patterns, and unique natural features ...eBook
My Birding Adventures
by Roger Tory Peterson
<DIV>Roger Tory Peterson’s unique perspective on birding comes to life in these highly personal narratives. Here he relates his adventures during a lifetime of birding and traveling the world to observe and record nature. Though Peterson was ...eBook
50 Tips From North America's Top Birders
by Lisa White & Pete Dunne
<DIV>In these 50 light and fun original essays, the biggest names in birding dispense advice to birders of every level, on topics ranging from feeding birds and cleaning binoculars to pishing and pelagic birding. Whether satirizing bird snobs or ...eBook