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The North American Sea Ducks By Paul Johnsgard
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The 21 species of sea ducks are one of the larger subgroups (Tribe Mergini) of the waterfowl family Anatidae, and the 16 species (one historically extinct) that are native to North America represent... More > the largest number to be found on any continent. This book is an effort to summarize succinctly our current knowledge of sea duck biology and to provide a convenient survey of the vast technical literature on the group, with over 900 literature references. It includes 90,000 words of text (more than 40 percent of which is new), 15 updated range maps, 31 photographs, over 30 ink drawings, and nearly 150 sketches. Lastly, the North American sea ducks include the now extinct Labrador duck, the only northern hemisphere waterfowl species to have gone extinct in modern times. Considering recent population crashes in other sea ducks, such as the Steller’s eider and spectacled eider, it should also offer a sobering reminder of the fragility of our natural world and its inhabitants, including us.< Less
Birds of Wisconsin - 2017 Calendar By Haris Domazet
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This full-sized (8.5 x 11) calendar features twelve beautiful photos of Wisconsin's wild birds by Haris Domazet. The calendar includes a variety of birds captured throughout the year.
The Birds Of Barnegat Light By Eric C. Reuter
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The amazing birds of Barnegat Light, New Jersey. One of the premier locations on the East coast of the United States. In the Winter months, it is home to some of the most incredible ocean waterfowl... More > such as Harlequin and Long Tailed Ducks, Eiders, Scoters, Loons, Mergansers and much more.< Less
Lagan By William Pedoe
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Garth Park has a knack for getting into uncomfortable situations. . . . Whether he’s sprawling naked on the rocks at Lake Merganser, held at gunpoint in Turkey, interrogated by weird twins in... More > an isolated farmhouse or forced to ride his bicycle across Toronto at 2 a.m., strange events gather around him. Meeting an attractive young woman doesn’t seem to help. Garth's accidental adventures are just beginning. It’s 1963. The rugged country around North Bay, Ontario is worse than dangerous. It’s deadly. Lagan is the fourth novel in the series 'Until Peace'.< 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
eBook (PDF): $10.00
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