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Our Life With Birds A Nature Trails Book

By: J Tveten and G Tveten
356 pages, 70 illus
Our Life With Birds
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  • Our Life With Birds ISBN: 9781585443802 Hardback Sep 2004 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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For nearly a quarter of a century, John and Gloria Tveten wrote a weekly column, called Nature Trails, for the Houston Chronicle. Wide ranging in both subject matter and geography, their writings reflected a rewarding life of travel, study, and observation in nature, including many memorable encounters with birds. These writings tell about the fun of listing, banding, and other games birders play; about the behavior, variety, and beauty of birds; about the imperiled as well as the favoured species; and about the simple joy to be had in living with birds.

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John Tveten and Gloria Tveten are veteran Texas naturalists, photographers, and freelance writers. For more than three decades, their articles and photographs have appeared in a wide variety of magazines and books, and they are frequent field trip leaders and speakers at nature and birding festivals. The Tvetens, authors of several books, live in Baytown, Texas.
By: J Tveten and G Tveten
356 pages, 70 illus
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It is a warm but cloudy morning as we emerge from the dense mesquite thicket to stand on the northern bank of the Rio Grande. A small flock of green jays, purple-and-black heads contrasting brilliantly with green-and-yellow body plumage, noisily announce our presence. Slowly we work our way downstream, checking off on a mental list the other subtropical birds we see in this birder's paradise along the Mexican border....
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