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Recommendations for June, 2001
Thayer's Birds of North America
This is the #1 rated birding CD-ROM. Covered are 925 birds found in the U.S. and Canada. Zoom in on 3,100 color photographs. Listen to over 1200 songs, calls, and chip notes from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. See side-by-side comparisons. Identify a bird even if you do not know its name! Over 250 quizzes. Includes the entire contents of The Birder's Handbook.
Sibley Guide to Birds
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.
If you are a birder then you MUST own this book!
Featured Hot Spot:
Come for a real Rocky Mountain high! Blue Grouse,
Three-toed Woodpecker, Clark's Nutcracker, Red Crossbill, White-tailed Ptarmigan and
Rosy-Finches. Black Swift in the summer and magnificent scenery all year round.
Birder's Exchange is a wonderful program that collects and distributes equipment and books to benefit bird conservation, education and research in Central and South America and the Caribbean. You can help by donating your old binoculars and field guides. These are given to researchers, local park rangers and others that do not have the proper equipment to study the birds. Birder's Exchange is a joint project of the Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences and the American Birding Association.
Surprise #169: New England Seabirds
Surprise #170: Birds of India
Surprise #171: Zest for Birds (Southern Africa)
Surprise #172: Birding in Cincinnati
Surprise #173: South Dakota Ornithologists' Union
Surprise #174: Wings Tours
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