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In Migration: A Year of Birding and Transition in Photography By John Nolley
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Join photographer and author John Nolley II as he shares the best of his third year of bird photography with snapshots of our feathered friends and their habitats from the desert interior of Southern... More > California to subtropical Florida to the rocky, fog-shrouded Northern California and beyond, as well as birds from his own backyard in Virginia.< Less
In Migration: A Year of Birding and Transition in Photography By John Nolley
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Join photographer and author John Nolley II as he shares the best of his third year of bird photography with snapshots of our feathered friends and their habitats from the desert interior of Southern... More > California to subtropical Florida to the rocky, fog-shrouded Northern California and beyond, as well as birds from his own backyard in Virginia.< Less
BIRD By Stanley Martin
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Crow! the archangel lived in a Rainham, Kent, England by its bay, and over many years catalogued the many strange and surprising things that occurred: such as the blue dawns and twilights, and pink... More > churches....Then one late-in-leaving autumn dawn, the youngest migrating birds called him to witness one of the strangest events in Nature....< Less
Wings over the Great Plains: Bird Migrations in the Central Flyway By Paul Johnsgard
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The great North-South migratory pathway across the North American Great Plains—from the tropic wintering grounds to the high arctic breeding areas—is analyzed for the first time.... More > Describes 114 U.S. and 21 Canadian localities of special importance to migrating birds. Discusses nearly 400 species of 50 avian families. Includes 7 maps, 49 figures and over 100 literature citations.< Less
Wild Birds in City Parks Being hints on identifying 145 birds, prepared primarily for the spring migration in Lincoln Park, Chicago By Alice Hall Walter
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Birds in the Bush By Bradford Torrey
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"The advent of spring is usually announced during the first week of March, sometimes by the robins, sometimes by the bluebirds. The latter, it should be remarked, are an exception to the rule... More > that our spring and autumn callers arrive and depart in the night. My impression is that their migrations are ordinarily accomplished by daylight. At all events I have often seen them enter the Common, alight for a few minutes, and then start off again; while I have never known them to settle down for a visit of two or three days, in the manner of most other species....." --Bradford Torrey< Less
Birds In the Bush By Bradford Torrey
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"OUR Common and Garden are not an ideal field of operations for the student of birds. No doubt they are rather straitened and public. Other things being equal, a modest ornithologist would... More > prefer a place where he could stand still and look up without becoming himself a gazing-stock. But it is not in man that walketh to direct his steps;.... I recall, for example, the heightened interest with which I beheld my first Boston cat-bird; standing on the back of one of the seats in the Garden, steadying himself with oscillations of his tail,... while he peeped curiously down into a geranium bed, within the leafy seclusion of which he presently disappeared. He was... a cat-bird; if I had seen him in the country I should have passed him by without a second glance; but here, at the base of the Everett statue, he looked, somehow, like a bird of another feather. Since then, it is true, I have learned that his occasional presence with us in the season of the semi-annual migration is not a matter for astonishment...."< Less
The Birds of Beddington Farmlands By Peter Alfrey
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Beddington Farmlands is one of the largest areas of metropolitan open land in South London and is home to an amazing range of birds. Over 150 species are recorded each year and there have been 253... More > species recorded overall. Situated in South London and surrounded in urban development Beddington Farmlands provides a sanctuary and is currently being developed into a major urban nature reserve for people and wildlife. This book covers the birding history of Beddington Farmlands, provides a systematic list and looks at the future of this site.< Less
The Birds of Beddington Farmlands By Peter Alfrey
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Beddington Farmlands is one of the largest areas of metropolitan open land in South London and is home to an amazing range of birds. Over 150 species are recorded each year and there have been 253... More > species recorded overall. Situated in South London and surrounded in urban development Beddington Farmlands provides a sanctuary and is currently being developed into a major urban nature reserve for people and wildlife. This book covers the birding history of Beddington Farmlands, provides a systematic list and looks at the future of this site.< Less
The Day the Birds Left Town By Christopher Jon
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In this illustrated poem, two young brothers witness, firsthand, the mass migration of birds from their town and ponder what it all means. Stark, black and white ink drawings illustrate the poem... More > throughout. Appropriate for readers 9+ but also suitable for parents to read to children 5+.< Less