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Florida's Birds A Field Guide and Reference

Field / Identification Guide
By: David S Maehr(Author), Herbert W Kale II(Author), Karl Karalus(Author)
359 pages, 60 plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Pineapple Press
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The Second Edition of Florida's Birds by David S. Maehr and Herbert W. Kale II, illustrated by Karl Karalus, is a major event for Florida birders, new and old. Each section of Florida's Birds is updated, and 30 new species are added. Also added are range maps for certain species and color coded guides to months when the bird is present and/or breeding in Florida. Now with color throughout, each bird is illustrated three times: with the text about the bird, in the index listing, and on a plate with similar species for help in identification. Thus, Florida's Birds is now an even better field guide.

Unlike the other books available on the birds of Florida, Florida's Birds is also a reference that goes beyond its usefulness in the field. Sections on bird study and bird feeding provide practical advice for enjoying Florida's birds; and sections on bird habitats, threatened and endangered species, exotic species, and bird conservation will assist the reader in understanding the ecological and cultural landscapes that have created one of the world's unique avifaunas.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: David S Maehr(Author), Herbert W Kale II(Author), Karl Karalus(Author)
359 pages, 60 plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Pineapple Press
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