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An Exciting New Resource for Bird Sounds of Southeast Arizona

The Doyle compendium makes an excellent addition to the audio library of intermediate to advanced birders who wish to boost their knowledge of and expertise with rare and local birds specific to the Arizona borderlands and northern Sonora.

An Exciting New Resource for Bird Sounds of Southeast Arizona2020-08-27T14:02:30-04:00

A Spectrogram Is Worth a Thousand Words

Like his Peterson Field Guide to Bird Sounds of Eastern North America, author Nathan Pieplow presents an impressively comprehensive overview of the sounds of over 500 western North American birds.

A Spectrogram Is Worth a Thousand Words2020-05-09T10:08:09-04:00

A New Birding Guide for Ontario

Whether you’re an experienced birder or just starting out, this book will be a valuable resource for your next Ontario birding adventure.

A New Birding Guide for Ontario2020-05-09T10:08:21-04:00

Birds and Odes: Perfect Complements?

If you have any interest in dragonflies and damselflies, this book is a superb primer on the things that field guides don’t cover about this amazing group of beautiful and powerful creatures.

Birds and Odes: Perfect Complements?2020-04-14T17:12:13-04:00

A Textbook with Opportunities for Birderly Learning

The 21 chapters of text encompass all of ornithology and address the obvious topics, covering the evolution of birds, anatomy and flight, physiology, brain structure, social behavior, genetics, the annual cycle, migration, courtship, vocalizations, nesting, population and community dynamics, and speciation.

A Textbook with Opportunities for Birderly Learning2020-03-12T13:28:50-04:00

A Must-Have Resource for Global Seabirding

Howell and Zufelt have undertaken a monumental task. Not only have they compiled a worthwhile collection of striking photographs of our global assortment of seabirds, they have also taken the time to wade through the most vexing taxonomy and put it all into a sensible, useful format.

A Must-Have Resource for Global Seabirding2020-03-12T13:28:06-04:00
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