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Finding Birds in San Diego County

Wildlife Guide
By: Henry D Detwiler(Author)
146 pages, maps
Finding Birds in San Diego County
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  • Finding Birds in San Diego County ISBN: 9781329947009 Paperback May 2015 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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A guide to the most productive locations to watch birds in San Diego County, California. With a seasonal birding calendar, maps, directions, target bird lists, and extensive notes. San Diego is a birder's paradise, with a county list in excess of 500 species. Finding Birds in San Diego County will help you locate many of these birds, including specialties like Elegant Tern, Mountain and California Quail, California Gnatcatcher, California Towhee, and Lawrence's Goldfinch. You'll be searching for your targets from sea level to 7000 feet, in dramatic oceanside cliffs, saltwater marshes, verdant riparian corridors, freshwater lakes and streams, shimmering deserts, and towering cedar forests. Between the great variety of habitats, the magnificent weather, the breeding season and migration, there is no off-season – just a constantly changing parade of wonderful birds!

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Wildlife Guide
By: Henry D Detwiler(Author)
146 pages, maps
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