Introductory guide to the basics of how and where to start birdwatching. Advice is given on choosing the right field guide, selecting suitable equipment and clothing and learning when and how to observe, identify and log bird life. Moss shows how to avoid common identification errors, demonstrates vital field techniques, illustrates the principles of basic field notes and how and when to find the birds themselves. Details are also given on bird fairs, conferences and organized trips.
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