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Recommendations for April, 2001
(Spring migration time)
Sibley Guide to Birds
By David A. Sibley
David Allen Sibley, America's most gifted contemporary painter of birds, is the author and illustrator of this comprehensive guide. His beautifully detailed illustrations--more than 6,600 in all--and descriptions of 810 species and 350 regional populations will enrich every birder's experience
By Jerry Cooper
This book guides the reader through 19 major trips and a baker's dozen of abbreviated forays. Included are detailed maps, local rare bird alert numbers, lists of probable, possible and remotely possible species, and day-by-day itineraries.
One of the premier birding spots on the Texas coast (Galveston) for shorebirds and waders. Look for Red Knots, White-rumped Sandpipers, Stilt Sandpipers, Sandwich Terns and Least Terns, among others. High Island and Boy Scout Woods are nearby.
Surprise #157: Chickadee Web
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Surprise #159: Landscaping for Birds
Surprise #160: SW Louisiana Birding
Surprise #161: Ohio Birder Resources
Surprise #162: Birding the World
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