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What's That Bird? by Paul Sterry
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What's That Bird?

by Paul Sterry

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Book designed for beginners to bird watching and concentrates on those birds likely to be seen in European gardens (170 or so species) - each species has a double-page spread with the standard compressed info on where (including maps though not easy to find key to different colours!), size, food, call, song, sex and juvenile differences, flight and eggs plus a bit more about their behaviour and recognition, how to attract to your garden and what might be mistaken for. Introductory pages on what the different bits of birds are called, bird-friendly gardens etc. Worked on sorting out whether I had seen a redstart or black redstart but no keys as such to narrow down possibilities so really need to flick through until you find something that looks like the bird in question or use the index ( )
  fancett | May 25, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753715163, Hardcover)

'I wonder what that bird is in our tree?' If you have ever asked yourself this question then this is the book for you. This is an easy-to-use guide to 200 of the most common European garden birds that includes pictures of males and females, flight patterns and calls so you can quickly identify your visitors. It includes tips for encouraging different birds to nest and feed in your garden.

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