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by Pinau Merlin,Narca Moore-Craig

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ISBN:
1886679177
Author:
Pinau Merlin,Narca Moore-Craig
Category:
Nature & Ecology
Language:
English
Publisher:
Arizona Sonora Desert Museum PR; 2nd edition (April 1, 2001)
Pages:
182 pages
EPUB book:
1839 kb
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1572 kb
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1967 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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294


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Start by marking A Guide to Southern Arizona Bird Nests & Eggs as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Each entry includes Nest Shape and Material, Habitat and Location, Eggs, Possible Builder, Natural History, Diet and Southern Arizona is one of the premier birding locations in the United States. A Guide to Southern Arizona Bird Nests & Eggs gives birders, naturalists and visitors to the region information on desert nests in this world-renowned birding hot-spot. This book on birds of the Sonoran Desert has great detail and observation about the behavior and phenology of over 50 common birds.

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Field Guide to Bird Nests and Eggs of Alaska’s Coastal Tundraby Bowman, Timothy D. 2004, 80pp, ISBN: 9781566121293. Field Guide to Birds’ Nests in the United States East of the Mississippi River. by Harrison, Hal H. 1975, 257pp, ISBN: 0395204348. 2001, 182pp, ISBN: 9781886679177. Nests and Eggs of Birds of the United States. 1882, ?pp, ISBN: Unknown. Ladybird Series 536). by Vesey-Fitzgerald, Brian and Allen Seaby. 1954, ?pp, ISBN: Unknown. Collins Pocket Guide to Nests and Eggs.

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NARCA MOORE-CRAIG, P. O. Box 16361, Portal, Arizona 85632. southern Arizona, Sonora, and southwestern Chihuahua commenced in the 1980s. In their landmark Field Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Northern

NARCA MOORE-CRAIG, P. AARON D. FLESCH, Avian Science Center, University of Montana, 32 Campus D. Missoula, Montana 59812. and since then have become increasingly numerous throughout the sky islands of. Arizona, New Mexico, Sonora, and Chihuahua. In their landmark Field Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Northern. Central America, Howell and Webb (1995) mapped the bird’s presence in. this region, on the basis of unspecified information that may have included.

A Field Guide to Nests and Eggs of Australian Birds is a guide to the identification of the nests and eggs of Australian birds, authored by Gordon Beruldsen. Published in 1980 by Rigby of Adelaide, South Australia, in its series of field guides to Australian natural history, the book is 190 mm high by 130 mm wide.

Southern Arizona is one of the premier birding locations in the United States. A Guide to Southern Arizona Bird Nests & Eggs gives birders, naturalists and visitors to the region information on desert nests in this world-renowned birding hot-spot. Each entry includes Nest Shape and Material, Habitat and Location, Eggs, Possible Builder, Natural History, Diet and Feeding, and Similar Nests. A Guide to Southern Arizona Bird Nests & Eggs is written in a jargon-free, conversational manner. The book includes a number of anecdotal and informational sidebars, as well as 20 finely-rendered illustrations, 43 color egg illustrations, and 32 color photographs of birds and their nests. A nesting dates chart and glossary are also included. Named as one of the "Southwest Books of the Year 2001"
  • Yozshubei
I have been a birder for several decades now and have studied their behavior, migration habits, mating rituals, number of offspring, etc. It wasn't until I went on a bird watching trip to South-eastern Arizona with a friend that I realized how important understanding nests and eggs could be to those who have a passion for birds. My friend is what we sometimes call a "nester", someone who can identify almost as many different kinds of bird nests and he can birds. It really added a lot to our experience of birding in such an unique geographical area.

As soon as I came home I ordered this book and am so glad that I did. I couldn't wait until I could go back to the area and when I did I had more fun than I would have had without the knowledge that I received in this well-written, well-illustrated guide. If you would like to take your Arizona birding up a notch, I would recommend this book.
  • Goll
A must for everyone who enjoys bird watching and takes pleasure in studying and observing nature. Nicely organized and easy to use. The book teaches you how to look and catergorize bird nests, creating formulas which can then be applied anywhere you travel. The basic principles set a very good standard for all future guides. In addition, there are numerous and facinating entries about various species. For instance, the cow bird, never building his own nest and laying an egg a day in other species nests who then do all the work of incubating and feeding. While some birds make layered nests with a warbler observed being 6 layers deep. The comparative facts, for instance the Anna vs.Costa hummingbirds, were very interesting and helpful for field study. Excellent for both the novice and the more expert. The information, photographs and excellent drawings only make you want more.
  • I love Mercedes
Great book for the bird enthusiast. Clear and close up photos, detailed descriptions, exactly what I was looking for.
  • Xal
Just why this attractive little book should have appeared on a library shelf in central New Jersey I don't know, but it's an unexpected treasure. Convenient in size and layout, beautifully illustrated by Narca Moore-Craig and with handsome color photos of birds at the nest, this booklet will definitely be added to my own traveling library as soon as I'm back in se AZ. The brief descriptions of nest site and character should make it possible to plausibly identify even unattended nests, and the short, clearly written sketches of each of the 50-some covered species' life histories are full of precisely the information that birders (well, I, at least) so easily forget. Well done, and highly recommended.