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Download and read online A Field Guide to Warblers of North America in PDF and EPUB Describes sixty species of North American warblers
Download and read online The Wood Warblers in PDF and EPUB Wood warbler migrations every spring and fall are one of the most anticipated highlights of the North American birder's year. The warblers' frequently colorful appearance and distinctive songs make them especially attractive birds to observe, but their quick, darting movements, often among the highest branches of the trees, can make it difficult to tell one species from another. This book is a handy beginner's pictorial guide to the identification of forty-nine wood warbler species that commonly nest in the United States and Canada. Barth Schorre's outstanding color photographs help you distinguish each species. (Both males and females are usually shown when they differ significantly in appearance.) An accompanying description gives each species' common and Latin names, average length, general range, relative abundance, and identifying characteristics. Schorre also briefly discusses the life history and migratory patterns of warblers, the diminishing numbers of some species, and ways to attract warblers to your yard.
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Download and read online Warblers of the Great Lakes Region and Eastern North America in PDF and EPUB Identifies all the various species of wood warbler in eastern North America, including the appearances of both sexes in both spring and fall, songs, range, and behavior.
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Download and read online Warbler Songs and Calls of Britain and Europe in PDF and EPUB The only CD audio guide to the Warblers of Britain and Europe, one of the hardest groups of birds to identify -- often the only way to tell them apart is by their songs and calls. Possibly the most difficult group of birds to identify, often known as 'little brown jobs' as they are so difficult to distinguish visually, many warblers can only be identified positively by their songs and calls. The three CDs contained in this book provide high quality recordings of all the Warbler species that occur in Britain and Europe, and the accompanying book explains how to interpret the sounds and make an accurate identification. Aimed at keen birders, and those who want to find out more about this intriguing family, this book will doubtless become an essential tool for warbler identification.
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