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Bird Homes and Habitats

Handbook / Manual
By: Bill Thompson III(Author)
203 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Bird Homes and Habitats
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  • Bird Homes and Habitats ISBN: 9780618904464 Paperback Sep 2013 In stock
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Two of the best-known names in birding – Peterson and Bird Watcher's Digest – team up to provide reliable, expert advice on how to attract the birds you want into your yard.

Which birds use nest boxes? What's required to maintain a birdhouse? What kind of habitat will attract which birds? What does it take to be a bluebird trail operator? What does it mean if baby birds or eggs disappear from their nest?

Bill Thompson III answers all of these questions and more, helping readers to create yards and gardens where birds will make their homes and raise their young. It's easy enough to hang a birdfeeder. But there are plenty of other things that can attract birds to a landscape – and, in fact, birds need four essentials: food, water, shelter, and a place to nest. The more of these elements a yard has, the more attractive it is to birds.

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Biography

Bill Thompson III is the editor of Bird Watcher’s Digest and the author of many books about birds. He lives in Ohio with his wife, the author and illustrator Julie Zickefoose, and their two children.

Handbook / Manual
By: Bill Thompson III(Author)
203 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
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