By: Lisa White (Editor)
268 pages, 25 b/w line illus
In these 50 light and fun original essays, the biggest names in birding dispense advice to birders of every level, on topics ranging from feeding birds and cleaning binoculars to pishing and pelagic birding. Whether satirizing bird snobs or relating the traditions and taboos of the birding culture, each essay is as chock-full of helpful information as it is entertaining.
"[...] With all due respect to Mr. Dunne, I have to disagree with his assessment of this compilation. I think that his own Pete Dunne on Bird Watching would be more deserving of the title Greatest Compilation of Birding Know-how. However, it is a handy assembly of tips and would still be a good choice for anyone wanting to be a better birder."
- Grant McCreary (08-03-2008), read the full review at The Birder's Library
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