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More Birding by Ear Eastern and Central North America: A Guide to Bird-song Identification (Peterson Field Guide Audios) Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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Species included in More Birding by Ear are:
DISK 1: Sora, Virginia Rail, Clapper Rail, King Rail, Yellow Rail, Black Rail, Pied-billed Grebe, Least Bittern, Common Moorhen, American Coot, Wood Duck, Great Blue Heron, Marsh Wren, Least Flycatcher, Acadian Flycatcher, Willow Flycatcher, Alder Flycatcher, Indigo Bunting, Blue Grosbeak, Pine Siskin, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Winter Wren, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Common Nighthawk, Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, Evening Grosbeak, Osprey, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Black-billed Cuckoo, Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Brown Creeper, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Fish Crow, Common Raven, Swainson's Thrush, Bicknell's Thrush, Boat-tailed Grackle, Rusty Blackbird, American Pipit, Horned Lark.Read more ›
For most people, bird calls may produce nothing more than a song that is hard to get out of the head. These two three-CD sets will help them make sense of those songs. I was so encouraged by the calls I had learned from these CDs that I signed up as a volunteer for the Michigan Breeding Bird Atlas. So far I've identified forty-one birds in my 'priority block,' many of them by song alone.
I don't know whether I'll actually ever see a Red-eyed Vireo, an Oven Bird, or a Veery but I hear them almost every day now, calling from the forest canopy or deep in the swamp, or echoing eerily down the river at dusk.
Yet oddly enough, once I've identified a bird call on the CD, such as "More Birding by Ear's" Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, I begin to see Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers everywhere. Location by song must be giving my eyes a kick start. Now I'm beginning to suspect they're one of the commonest woodpeckers in our neighborhood!
The narrative that accompanies the bird song on these CDs will both entertain and inform you.Read more ›
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Love these CDs - wish there was an easy way in the car to go to a specific species.Published 3 months ago by Ann Schliemann
Excellent way to learn the birds in our area. This set of three cd's takes the novice through a series of bird calls, and even has a way you can test what you learned in the end.Published 22 months ago by Karen E. Kurowski
This second part of the series broadens the range of species to include sparrows, flycatchers, shorebirds and alas, more warblers.Published on July 22, 2013 by BigRedMountain
High quality presentation of bird songs that continues their first set. This has helped to make birding a more enjoyable hobby.Published on January 21, 2013 by Heron Blue
There is a lot of explanatory speech in CD. I was hoping to listen to bird sounds and relax when I ordered this. Read morePublished on May 18, 2009 by E. Ozza
I had already purchased the set for Western Birds, and found this also a good addition to my library. Read morePublished on December 5, 2008 by Viola
Birding by Ear - cd's for learning - they are very good, right on, just take time and patience to learn. But very good.Published on September 21, 2008 by Ruth A. Chapman