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Birds of Peru
This is the most thorough guide ever published on the world's most important birding country. Peru harbors over 1,700 species and 114 endemics. This book includes an annotated checklist of every bird known to occur in Peru, a gazetteer of all localities mentioned, and details on important bird-finding areas and accommodations.
Op-Tech Binocular Strap
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Song Bird Coffee
Select from a wide variety of coffee grown on plantations that raise shade-grown coffee. Available in bean or ground. Delicious -- and you are helping protect bird habitat.
58.48 N 94.12 W
Go in mid to late June to see Ross's Gull, Hudsonian Godwit, Arctic Tern, Smith's Longspur and lots of other sought-after birds. Take the train up and fly back.
Riding Mountain National Park
50.54 N 100.06 W
In southwest Manitoba, this park has many excellent, easy to reach birding sites. Watch for Northern Hawk-Owl. At dusk, watch beavers as they build yet another dam.
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Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
46.70 N 60.37 W
French Mountain, Bird Island and Ingonish are three of the best birding spots on the cape. Spring through early winter can be a good time to visit. Watch for Bicknell's Thrush and Atlantic Puffin.
Louisiana Ornithological Society
The Louisiana Ornithological Society (LOS) was organized in 1947 to gather and disseminate accurate information concerning the bird life of the western hemisphere and of Louisiana and to promote interest in and appreciation of the value of birds, both aesthetic and economic, which will ensure wiser conservation of our bird life.
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