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"Beaton's new book, published by the University of Georgia Press, fills a vital niche-- the need for an easy-to-use guide for damselflies and dragonflies occurring in the state." --The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, August 12, 2007, Charles Seabrook
"Covering more than 150 species of Odonates found in Georgia, this beautifully illustrated guide will probably spend most of its life in your pack rather than on your bookshelf." --Cathy Rees, Southeastern Naturalist
About the Author
Giff Beaton is active in several state birding organizations and is well known for his slide lectures and his photographs, which have appeared in many books and national magazines. Beaton is the author of Birding Georgia and coauthor of Birds of Georgia. He is a recipient of the Earle R. Greene Memorial Award of the Georgia Ornithological Society.
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The book is clear and concise with great illustrations.
Many of my most challenging questions were answered almost immediately.