By: William H Turcotte
Describing 395 species and including illustrations, maps, and charts, Birds of Mississippi will delight the avid birder and deeply inform the casual bird watcher. Compiled by two long-time employees of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, the book outlines the history of the state's ornithology, explains where to find birds and how to identify them, and details their distribution and diversity. At a time when many species are declining or are threatened by loss of habitat, Birds of Mississippi takes special care to provide ample descriptions of endangered birds.
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