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By: Wayne R Petersen(Author), Brian E Small(Illustrator)
368 pages, colour photos
From the rolling Berkshire Mountains and river valleys of the west to the coastal eastern plains, dunes, and scrub forests of Cape Cod, Massachusetts is a birder's paradise. Nearly 500 species have been recorded in the Bay State making it one of the "birdiest" places in the nation. Massachusetts is rich in protected and preserved habitats, including 15 national parks and 143 state parks, while conservation organizations maintain many sanctuaries for wildlife throughout the state, attracting birds and providing access for visitors to enjoy the outdoors.
Written by expert birder Wayne R. Petersen and filled with crisp, gorgeous color photography by Brian E. Small, American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Massachusetts is the perfect companion for anyone learning more about the natural history and diversity of the Commonwealth's birds and when and where to see them.
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Wayne R. Petersen is the director of the Massachusetts Important Bird Areas program at Mass Audubon. He is the coauthor of Birds of Massachusetts, a coeditor of volumes 1 and 2 of the Massachusetts Breeding Bird Atlas, and a New England regional editor for North American Birds magazine. In 2005 he was the recipient of the American Birding Association’s Ludlow Griscom Award for outstanding contributions in regional ornithology. He lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
Brian E. Small is a professional bird and nature photographer with more than 20 years of experience. He served as the photo editor for the American Birding Association’s membership magazine Birding for the past 15 years. His father, Dr. Arnold Small, was one of the founding members and a former president of the ABA. He lives in Los Angeles.
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