By: Witmer Stone
941 pages, 800 illus, maps
A birding classic now back in print, detailing, for the first time in one volume, Stones' observations from the early 1900's from Cape May, New Jersey. Where the birds live, their habits and behaviour, physical descriptions, what they eat, when they migrate, and how population status has shifted are all described in vivid detail.
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