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Backyard Birds: Looking Through the Glass Paperback – March 12, 2013
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About the Author
Glen Apseloff is an award-winning landscape/wildlife photographer who has traveled on all seven continents to capture unique images in nature. His photographs have been published in several calendars and print magazines. He also has photographs in the Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives. He lives in Powell, Ohio, with his wife, Lucia; dogs, Poco, Tiki, and Gucci; and cat, Pelusa.
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Since owning this book in the past two months we have now placed several different types of bird feeders in our back yard. When the grand children come to visit they love filling all the bird feeders full of various seeds knowing that they are not only helping take care of their feather friends but also hoping to watch them from the windows and while they play in the back yard. The children love the book as much as we do and they love learning about all the various birds, their habitats, the types of foods they eat and how to attract more of them. The glossy photos are so beautiful that they are truly breathtaking!
The Backyard Birds is for old and young alike and will keep your interest for years to come. Now when we look out the windows and see these beautiful creatures we can more easily identify and appreciate each one. If we don't know the name of a particular bird this book is a quick and easy resource. In fact, we keep this book on the kitchen counter so we can quickly grab it when we need to.
This book has been a lot of fun for our whole family.
I hope you enjoy the Backyard Birds as much as we have while passing on an appreciation and admiration of our feather friends for generations to come.
I would highly recommend this book as a great start for anyone, children and adults alike, interested in knowing more about common birds, attracting and feeding them, and identifying the feathered visitors that are a part of our everyday lives.