Category: Bird Reference books

$10.95

This is a new book but not a carving book just for reference, information on goldfinches with great pictures

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By Hayward Allen

great reference on the Heron lots of great pictures

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$25.95

USED

By David Mohrhardt

includes measurements of

Length, wing, tail, bill, tarsus, middle toe, eye size

drawings of

red tail hawk, scaled quail, northern bobwhite, mountain  & California Quail, ring necked pheasant, greater Prairie Chicken, green heron, purple Gallinule, roseate spoonbill, american avocet, killdeer, greater yellowlegs, red knot, solitary sandpiper, sanderling, semipalmated plover, laughing gull, herring gull, mourning dove, great horned owl

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$29.95

Covering every bird family on Earth, this definitive, easy-to-use volume is designed to inspire and inform both novice birders and experts who want an authoritative yet concise reference. It’s a fascinating colorful guide to all the birds on our planet, their identification, structures and plumages, habitats, behaviors, and ranges.

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$8.95

Feeding birds in winter appeals to everyone, but there are some simple ways in which it can become more enjoyable. This book covers the basics of feeding birds in the city and suburbs, and in the country, too. It contains basic information for identifying birds that stay in cold areas throughout winter, and for each kind describes what they like and need to eat. There is information on how to make up mixtures of grain and suet for birds, how to build feeders, and the best kind to buy if you don’t want to build. This book deals with feeding problems and pest problems: squirrels and birds that “hog” feeding stations, mice and cats. There are recipes for food, tips on growing natural bird foods, hand feeding, sources of wild bird food, and projects for city parks. There is even a section on small projects for children, so that they can have fun feeding birds too. Well illustrated, with drawings of birds, feeders, and diagrams on how to set up an inviting garden habitat for birds — all year round

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$5.00

Used reference guide for pictures by Candace Savage

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USED BOOKS $19.95 EACH buy both $30.00

Duck Stamps art of service of Conservation by Scott Weidensaul

Duck Stamps and Prints the complete Federal and State Editions

 

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$5.00

A one-of-a-kind reference for birders and outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, Birder’s Dictionary is your most convenient source for biological, anatomical, physiological, behavioral, and taxonomic information about birds. Its small size makes it ideal for the window ledge, glove compartment, backpack, or library. Colloquial as well as technical terms are presented in an easy-to-read format. And the text is complemented by beautiful line drawings of avian anatomy. Appendices list North American and world bird orders in several formats. Perfect for the novice or experienced birder, the student, the researcher, the artist, or the photographer.

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