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by Bill Pranty

Download A Birder's Guide to Florida (Lane Aba Birdfinding Guides Series #175) eBook
ISBN:
1878788043
Author:
Bill Pranty
Category:
Nature & Ecology
Language:
English
Publisher:
Amer Birding Assn; 4 edition (January 1, 1996)
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1816 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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517


A must for someone planning a birding trip to Florida. I like the ringed binding, which allows the pages to lie flat.

Series: Lane - Aba Birdfinding Guides Series. A must for someone planning a birding trip to Florida.

A Birder's Guide to Florida book. A Birder's Guide to Florida (Lane Aba Birdfinding Guides Series 1878788043 (ISBN13: 9781878788047). Florida is one of the most popular birding destinations. North American birders savor Florida as the place to Florida is one of the most popular birding destinations in the Western Hemisphere-and it is well-served by the most popular birdfinding guide ever published, Bill Pranty's A Birder's Guide to Florida, released in 1996.

Series: ABA Birdfinding Guides. By: W Pranty, JA Lane and HR Holt. 418 pages, B/w photos, figs, 80 maps. Publisher: American Birding Association

Series: ABA Birdfinding Guides. Publisher: American Birding Association.

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Series: Lane - Aba Birdfinding Guides Series Spiral-bound: 388 pages Publisher: Amer Birding Assn; 4 edition (January 1, 1996) Language: English ISBN-10: 1878788043 ISBN-13: 978-1878788047 Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Galubel
This is not a field guide. It is a birdfinding guide and more. The book is intended for serious birders who are looking for directions to areas where they can observe specific bird species. For example, if you want to see a brown noddy, this book explains that you have to go to Dry Tortugas National Park. If you would like to see a purple swamphen, off you go to Pembroke Pines. Pranty divides the state into 5 geographic regions and gives directions to important bird habitats in each. Consequently, this is not a book you read, per se, but one you peruse, particularly when you have an upcoming trip to Florida. The section in the back "Florida Birds of Particular Interest" is very interesting and well worth reading. For many species, Pranty describes the history of the bird in the state. The list of Florida exotics and bar graphs are also very interesting and useful. He provides lists of other species besides birds that are worth a look. The book is coming up on twelve years old, so it is a bit dated. (The online Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail could be giving this book some competition.) And it is hard to give the book 5 stars UNTIL I actually succeed in finding specific birds I'm looking for using his guide. I have yet to put its words into practice. Recommended for serious birders visiting Florida.
  • Faugami
Bought for wife now I'm hooked on the boids too....(filthy animals...) LOL! Seriously this is a great guide and really did convert me while watching feeder from our lanai every morning with coffee and bird watching in the Everglades.....even invested in high powered binoculars....LOL!!!!
  • Shadowbourne
As far as I can tell, no one knows bird hide-outs in Florida like Bill Pranty. His guide provides so much easy-read detail and seems to leave no stone unturned in terms of providing readers with the places to go throughout the Sunshine State to find a wide variety of birds. This book is older now, but still the one I keep in my backpack when I head to Florida. Just can't find the kind of detail on birding Florida in any other book.
  • Huston
I bought this used, 20+ year old book for a recent couple of days of birding in the Tampa area, and it did not disappoint. It's interesting to note a few changes, however, most notable (for me) were the detailed instructions on where to go to find the Eurasian Collared-Dove - not a problem even in SW Idaho these days!
  • Oveley
This is a wonderful book to use in Florida and when planning trips. I hope Bill Pranty continues to update the material.
  • Manemanu
Just what I needed. Informative, clear and enjoyable to read. It will be very useful in planning a trip this year.
  • Jaiarton
Good book for Florida
This book seems to be geared towards visitors and new residents of Florida and not for resident birders, although I did glean some good information which I will use to plan a few weekend trips, so overall I was satified with my purchase. Basically, a guide like this just tries to put too much info into one book and alot of local detail gets left out. With all of the sighting info that's availiable online, I think that an author could condense that along with local sites and make 3 regional books for a state the size of Florida. This would help the locals and visitors as most people don't travel or vacation statewide.