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The Birder's Bug Book

By: Gilbert Waldbauer
290 pages, 35 col photos, line illus
The Birder's Bug Book
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  • The Birder's Bug Book ISBN: 9780674002067 Paperback Apr 2000 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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  • The Birder's Bug Book ISBN: 9780674074613 Hardback Dec 1998 Out of Print #86304
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Engaging account by an entomologist and birdwatcher of the interrelationships between birds and insects. Emphasis on life histories and behaviour.
'It would never have occurred to me to look at a book about bugs, whether they are associated with birds or not, but I've got to tell you, this book is fascinating.' Pete Dunne, NJ Audubon Society

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By: Gilbert Waldbauer
290 pages, 35 col photos, line illus
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The Birder's Bug Books is an unusual yet highly engaging thinkpiece devoted to selected topics in natural history...Few readers are likely to come away from [Waldbauer's] book without acquiring significant new facts and perspectives. Natural history books designed for non-professionals often repeat a familiar nucleus of established lore, while many scientific books are so narrowly focused as to be inaccessible to non-expert readers."The Birder's Bug Book" demonstrates that there is still much to be learned from the traditional naturalist's approach and that there is still a place for wide-ranging, articulately written, and thoughtful nature writing.--Rich Cech"Birdin" (10/01/1999)
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