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By: Kenn Kaufman(Author)
318 pages, b/w illustrations, maps
Now revered as one of North America's top birders, Kenn Kaufman hit the road at age sixteen and spent a year crisscrossing the country to see as many birds as he could, in a birding competition known as a "big year." In what has become a classic among birders, this memoir chronicles the subculture of birding in the 1970s and a teenager's search for his place in the world. In a new afterword, Kaufman looks at the evolution of bird-listing since his own big year.
New edition with a new afterword by the author.
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Kenn Kaufman, originator of the Kaufman Field Guide series, is one of the world's foremost naturalists.
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