By: Ann Smith (Editor)
199 pages, b/w illustrations, distribution maps
The Napa-Solano Audubon Society conducted a breeding bird atlas project during the late 1980's and the 1990's. The field work was completed in 1993, and the culminating publication was the first-ever breeding bird atlas of Napa county, pictured here. This is the most fact-based and comprehensive volume on the breeding birds of Napa County. A fascinating profile is written for each species, with information on breeding records, habitat needs, nesting tendencies, and future prospects. A map shows the areas where nesting birds were found, and each bird is beautifully illustrated with an artist's drawing.
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