By: T Thomson
320 pages, 9 illus, 40 maps
Includes over 300 locations throughout the state, and in each site description the birds of particular interest are discussed in great detail.
No one in Ohio is more familiar with areas to bird than Tom Thomson, and he has pulled this knowledge together to make birding more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. Richard B. Pierce, Chief, Ohio Division of Wildlife "Enjoy this handbook. The volunteers made invaluable contributions and the author poured his heart and soul into it." Roger Tory Peterson "Birders living in Ohio, or visiting that state, will welcome this new and enlarged edition of the state's standard bird-finding guide. Highly recommended." Wildlife Activist "Highly recommended for any birder living or traveling to Ohio." Choice "Many of the sites listed will produce great birding at appropriate times, and even a veteran Ohio birder will discover new sites by reading this book." Northwest Ohio Quarterly
Foreword Roger Tory Peterson Preface Richard B. Pierce Introduction Part I: The Northern Tier of Counties Part II: The West-Central Counties Part III: The Southern and Eastern Unglaciated Counties Part IV: The Birds of Ohio Appendixes Some Facts about Ohio The Introduction of Peregrine Falcons to Ohio Denis Case Birding and Natural History Organization Taped Rare Bird Alerts Bibliography About the Contributors Index to the Birds Site Index
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