5 edition of Naming the birds at a glance found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Lou Blachly & Randolph Jenks ; guide drawings by Sheridan Oman.|
|Contributions||Jenks, Randolph., Blachly, Lou.|
|LC Classifications||QL681 .B63 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||88037318|
This book will teach you how to identify birds with ease and speed. George Armistead, an ornithologist at Drexel University, and Brian Sullivan, editor for "Birds of North America Online," share expert techniques for IDing different groups of birds. The book also shows how habitat and behavior can be used as crucial tools for birding. A revision of Ortho's best-selling bird book, this edition focuses on how to attract, and how to avoid, specific birds, particularly with seeds and feeders -- for example, suet feeders that starlings can't use. The book features new hints for avoiding problems such as squirrels, window strikes, trouble with neighbors, and cats killing birds.
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Naming the Birds at a Glance employs a "sight method" that has clear advantages over the average field guide: * It will lead to identification no matter what characteristic of a bird you may notice first.
* It will refer you to a picture and description of your bird on the same page (or near it) as the other species with which you might confuse /5(2).
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The main aim of this study is to answer the question “whether indigenous bird naming systems by the Akan tribes in. Includes Copy of Published Work Naming the Birds at a Glance by Lou Blachly and Randolph Jenks, Alfred A.
Knopf, NY, Guide Drawings by Sheridan Oman. Also Copy of A Guide to Bird Songs by Areta A. Saunders, Doubleday & Co., NY, Birds, Nests & Eggs (Take Along Guides) This is a great little book to get young ones interested in birds and birding.
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