A Year of Birding Nantucket -- Volume Two

by Kenneth Turner Blackshaw

Publisher: BookSurge Publishing

Written in English
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Number of Pages170
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ISBN 101419630377
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It was illustrated with color photographs of stuffed birds. The Field Guide to the Birds by Roger Tory Peterson is regarded as the key birding book of the 20th century, due to its impact on the development and popularisation of birding.

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Birder Jim Foster described two (Panhandle Plains, and Prairies and Pineywoods) in an earlier volume in the Birding Trails Texas series. Here he. Settle down and spend a year with Nantucket's birds and learn more about this unique island.

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Udvardy; The National Audubon Society Interactive Cd-Rom Guide to North American Birds by. Ken Blackshaw’s ornithological career began in the early s under the tutelage of Nantucket’s birding doyenne, Edith Folger Andrews.

Since then he has traveled the world over, courtesy of the U.S. Air Force, IBM, and now retired, seeing birds, studying their behavior and authoring and editing many books about birds. Books shelved as birding: The Big Year: A Tale of Man, Nature, and Fowl Obsession by Mark Obmascik, Kingbird Highway: The Biggest Year in the Life of an.

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