2 edition of Beginners guide to bird watching found in the catalog.
At head of title: Orvis.Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-218) and index.
|Statement||Creative Pub. International|
|Publishers||Creative Pub. International|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
This book provides answers to the most-often asked questions ranging from what to wear to where to go and how to make the best use of your binoculars, field guide, and backyard feeder. Index--Provided by publisher. File Size: 3MB.
Here is an example of how this field friendly guide differs from the traditional phylogenetic sequence. Keep valuables out of sight and make sure to have a charged cell phone in case of emergency. Field Guides The most important tool to have at your disposal is a good field guide.
Taking a second look at the bird through your binocular, you notice that the back is black and white, barred in fact, without any kind of stripe on its wing.
Weight The weight of the binoculars you are thinking of buying is important. Check out the birding community through local clubs and festivals.
By including more pages of plates with larger illustrations, it is no longer possible to compare similar species side-by-side on the same plate. Seen with the naked eye, they may appear identical. I snapped this photo of Kyle as he was watching for a Thrasher in Arizona! Im so glad you'll be joining me!
[2nd Edition 2019 not reviewed here ] 256 pages 150 Species Sequence: phylogenetic with color index This Backyard Guide uses illustrations from the more advanced National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds.