By: Tom Aversa(Author), Richard Cannings(Author), Hal Opperman(Author)
464 pages, 900 colour photos, 400 colour distribution maps
Discover more than four hundred bird species in Birds of the Pacific Northwest-the quintessential regional guide for birding devotees at any level. Join renowned bird experts Tom Aversa, Richard Cannings, and Hal Opperman as they illuminate key identification traits, vocalizations, seasonal status, habitat preferences, and feeding behaviors. Full-page accounts of individual species include range maps and over nine hundred photographs by the region's top bird photographers.
This region is a well-defined biogeographic unit composed of three large ecoregions-the coastal rainforest, North America's northernmost deserts, and the northern/mid-Rockies to the east. Birds of the Pacific Northwest is your birding handbook for a vast region rich in refuges, protected sanctuaries, public parks, and raw wilderness-and its depth transcends any guidebook that has preceded it.
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Tom Aversa is the coauthor of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, Birds of the Puget Sound Region, and Birds of the Willamette Valley Region. He lives in Unity, Maine.
Richard Cannings is a renowned naturalist, conservationist, and bird expert. He is the author of Birds of Interior BC and the Rockies, An Enchantment of Birds, and The Rockies: A Natural History, and is coauthor of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia and British Columbia: A Natural History. He lives in Penticton, BC, Canada.
Hal Opperman is the principal author of A Birder's Guide to Washington and coauthor of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, Birds of the Puget Sound Region, and Birds of the Willamette Valley Region. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
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