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Birds: A Guide to the Most Familiar American Birds (1949)
de Herbert S. Zim
A great addition to a birding book collection. Beautiful illustrations. A bit heavy anded on evolution, but good overall.
Of the various Golden Nature Guides we had around the house back in the 1950s and 1960s, this one got the most use. That's because we had a tree- filled yard that attracted an abundance of types of birds. When a new type would appear, we'd get out the nature guide to try to identify it. The beautiful illustrations made that relatively easy, in combination with the small maps that showed geographical distributions, both seasonal and migratory.
Years later, I went off to graduate school to study birds, but instead fell for reptiles, upon which I built a career.
As with the other guides, it's a bit hard to part with, but I have better guides and haven't opened this one for decades.
What to look for, where and when to look and how to attract birds
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An illustrated guide to the identification of 129 common birds in the United States and southern Canada, describing their physical characteristics and habitats. Includes a table listing migration dates and nesting and feeding habits.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)598.2 — Natural sciences and mathematics Zoology Birds Birds: Aves
LCC (Clas. Bibl. Congrés EUA)
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