By: Richard Cannings, Harry Nehls, Mike Denny and Dave Trochlell
434 pages, 400 colour photos
Birdwatching is one of Canada's most popular activities, but many field guides are so comprehensive or advanced that they intimidate novice birders. Covering the region north of the U.S. border, south of Prince George, east of Manning Park and west into the Rockies, this guide is for beginning and intermediate birders who wish to identify the birds they regularly spot in this area. However, the book will also appeal to more experienced local and visiting birders who want to learn more about the behaviour, habitat and seasonal occurrence of local birds.
Packed with useful information, this handy, portable guide tells you how to identify local birds, find out where they live and what they eat, how to attract birds to your yard and how to select a pair of binoculars. Identification is made easy with more than 400 sharp, full-colour photos illustrating over 200 species of birds, in the plumages most likely seen in the region and colour-coded by species. There's even a checklist to record your sightings.
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