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I would say that the book is a bit technical for new birders, though it presents a lot of information.Published 1 day ago by Howard Hile
Not as helpful as I had hoped. I probably would have been fine just getting a field guide and seeing real birds.Published 2 months ago by B. Comin
enjoying this read on how to get started watching and learning the names of birds..well explained.Published 3 months ago by JK in LA
This is required reading for my Field Ornithology class. I have been birding for over 20 years but I am learning great tips from this book, can't believe I haven't come across it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Audrey Muenz
Great birding book! Beautifully illustrated and very descriptive. A great help to identify birds.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer