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By: Ted Murin and Bryan Pfeiffer
191 pages, B/w photos, maps
Comprehensive field guide revealing where, when, and how to watch birds in Vermont. It contains the latest information about the seasonal status and distribution of birds in Vermont and also features a thorough introduction to the art and practice of birdwatching, including optics, ethics, migration, and conservation. Features accounts of the 296 bird species regularly seen in Vermont, including their preferred habitats and a graph illustrating when each is most likely to be encountered.
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