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Birds Nearby: Getting to Know 45 Common Species of Eastern North America

by John Eastman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811714845, Paperback)

Booklist called John Eastman's Birds of Lake, Pond and Marsh "One of the most invaluable bird guides to be published in quite some time." This new bird guide collects Eastman's writings focusing on the birds we see around us in our yards, parks, and neighborhoods every day, and includes stunning new color photos.

Explains in clear language how each bird nests, mates, feeds, and migratesFeatures 45 species of birds, each identified with a beautiful color photographIncludes evolutionary adaptations, name origins, nature lore, and more

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 09:18:47 -0400)

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