Book Reviews

Book Review: Ten Thousand Birds

Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology Since Darwin, by Tim Birkhead, Jo Wimpenny, and Bob Montgomerie Princeton University Press, 2014 544 pages, $45.00 hardcover ABA Sales / Buteo Books How did today's birds come to be? How read more >>

Book Review: Ten Thousand Birds2015-03-10T10:36:41-04:00

Book Review: How To Do Ecology

I’ve often heard that there are two career options for young birders: go into ecology or biology and spend your working hours birding, or go into a more profitable field and use your spare time to bird.

Book Review: How To Do Ecology2014-10-21T10:37:47-04:00

Book Review: Petrels, Albatrosses, and Storm-Petrels of North America

Tubenoses - well-adapted birds that spend most of their lives soaring over the open ocean - are shrouded in more mystery than any other group of birds. Not only are their habitats so inaccessible, but distinguishing between cryptic species makes them a true frontier for ornithologists and birders alike.

Book Review: Petrels, Albatrosses, and Storm-Petrels of North America2014-09-30T17:36:44-04:00

The Warbler Guide: a review

A review by Aidan Place The Warbler Guide, by Tom Stephenson and Scott Whittle Princeton University Press, 2013 560 pages, $29.95—Paper Flexibound Warblers: those amazing, awe inspiring, tiny, and sometimes confusing birds that we all read more >>

The Warbler Guide: a review2013-11-21T15:12:05-05:00