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Great year-round birding, grand scenery, and a birdlist that includes some of the most sought-after and beautiful birds in all of North America-these were the inspirations for Jim Lane when he wrote the first Lane Guide in 1965. Three decades later, Richard Cachor Taylor, a near-lifetime resident of Southeastern Arizona, bird-tour guide, and author, completed a totally revised edition of that first guide in the Lane series-renamed the Birdfinding Guides. And now, Rick has authored a second edition of his essential guide to Southeastern Arizona.
* Expanded bar graphs now include 514 species, with records included through 2004.
* Updated specialties list of over 240 species.
* New and expanded site descriptions and maps for Patagonia Lake State Park, Chino and Montosa Canyons, the Red Rock area, and more.
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