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Sparrows of the United States and Canada The Photographic Guide

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David Beadle and James Rising
328 pages, Col photos, maps
Sparrows of the United States and Canada
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  • Sparrows of the United States and Canada ISBN: 9780125889759 Paperback Jul 2002 Out of Print #121299
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Companion volume to the previous, widely acclaimed Guide to the Identification and Natural History of the Sparrows of the United States and Canada. Supporting text gives detailed information on the identification of species, sex, age, race, and forms of all the sparrows, as well as information on their distribution, habits, habitats, molt, and voice. The photographs include contributions from America's finest bird photographers, and many were taken especially for this book.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David Beadle and James Rising
328 pages, Col photos, maps
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[A] book that can be carried into the field with ease. This book should turn those 'little brown jobs' into interesting individuals, and is highly recommended for birders who are trying to sort out the members of this challenging family.

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