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Peterson Field Guide(R) to Western Birding by Ear: A Guide to Bird Song Identification (Peterson Field Guides, No 413 Audio Cassettes and Booklet) Audio, Cassette – Audiobook, May 21, 1990
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If you are new to bird songs, please start with this volume. In contrast the Stokes volume presents the songs, but no commentary. It is up to you to find the hooks and handles and figure out how to memorize all the songs.
BTW, I disagree with Mr Walton on one bird. He says the California Quail is calling "Chicago, Chicago." In my field experience I am sure it is looking for "Atlanta, Atlanta."
Great CD, buy it!
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Helpful and enjoyable, I recommend this for bird language overview. I've been listening over and over to these 3 cos.Published 20 months ago by elk
I also got the wrong booklet with my CDs. I thought by buying a "like new" shrink wrapped version from a reseller I'd be ok, but no. Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by L. A. Williams
When I opened the case, I found that the booklet More Birding by Ear - Eastern and Central North America was inside along with the expected 3 CDs for Western Birding by Ear. Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by Donald H. Gudehus
Enjoyed the CD. The sound quality is very good, and the grouping of differnt birds was very helpful. Now I need a portable CD player to take this in the field.Published on October 18, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Many of the calls I already know from years of watching and listening to birds and it is always nice to learn new whistles. Just wish there were a few more on it like the Kestrel.Published on July 1, 2012 by Bellaganna