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Birds of the Canadian Rockies by George W.…

Birds of the Canadian Rockies

by George W. Scotter

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Birds of the Canadian Rockies is a comprehensive guide featuring birds from the entire Canadian Rocky Mountain region, including national and provincial parks, and wilderness areas. Perfect for nature lovers, backpackers, travellers, and backyard birders of all ages and skills, this conveniently-sized and easy-to-use book is a Rocky Mountain classic. Each of the more than 200 bird descriptions contains fascinating information about the bird's appearance, habits, and environment, and is accompanied by a beautiful and accurate colour photograph. It also contains maps, diagrams of bird parts, common and scientific names, a list of bird families covered, a glossary of terms, hints on where to look for birds, and a detailed bird checklist. In this book, Dr. Scotter interprets over thirty years of field study in language the layman can readily understand. His vivid descriptions combine with the photographic artistry of Tom Ulrich and Edgar T. Jones to produce a reference guide without peer.

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