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Ducks of the Pacific Northwest 2015 calendar By Cheryl Alexander
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Exquisite Duck 2015 calendar. 12 beautiful and unique migrant ducks. Original nature photography by Cheryl Alexander
Beauty of Birds 2016 Wall Calendar By Tammy Wolfe
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Beauty of Birds contains 12 different species of birds photographed in the US. Trumpeter swan running across a frozen river in Minnesota. Saw whet owl in a pine tree in Iowa. Pair of great blue... More > herons with a chick on a nest in a South Carolina rookery. Hooded merganser drake displaying for the hens. Rushing ceremony of the western grebes. Common loon with riding chick. Killdeer on nest with chicks. Bathing northern cardinal. Ruby throated hummingbird in flight. Redhead duck swimming. Sandhill crane in flight. Great gray owl in the woods.< Less
Waterfowl of North America Rev 2 By David Lukas
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This WhatBird.com field guide contains the 68 most common waterfowl found in North America. Unlike most field guides with postage stamp sized photos, this book contains a full page color illustration... More > of each bird. Another page is devoted to the most important identification and behavior information revealing everything from foraging and breeding behavior, to over 25 different field mark details. The book is organized taxonomically into 5 families including ducks, geese, mergansers, teals and pintails. Field marks covered include Species Name, Family Name, Overview, Foraging and Feeding, Breeding and Nesting, Song, Readily Eats, Similar Species, Flight Pattern, Range and Habitat, Range Map, Length Range, Weight, Wingspan Range, Colors, Underparts, Upperparts, Back Pattern, Belly Pattern, Breast Pattern, Bill Shape, Eye Color, Crown Color, Forehead Color, Nape Color and Throat Color.< Less
Waterfowl of North America Rev 2 By David Lukas
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This WhatBird.com field guide contains the 68 most common waterfowl found in North America. Unlike most field guides with postage stamp sized photos, this book contains a full page color illustration... More > of each bird. Another page is devoted to the most important identification and behavior information revealing everything from foraging and breeding behavior, to over 25 different field mark details. The book is organized taxonomically into 5 families including ducks, geese, mergansers, teals and pintails. Field marks covered include Species Name, Family Name, Overview, Foraging and Feeding, Breeding and Nesting, Song, Readily Eats, Similar Species, Flight Pattern, Range and Habitat, Range Map, Length Range, Weight, Wingspan Range, Colors, Underparts, Upperparts, Back Pattern, Belly Pattern, Breast Pattern, Bill Shape, Eye Color, Crown Color, Forehead Color, Nape Color and Throat Color.< Less