Edited By: J Granlund
384 pages, 115 col plates
This is the first popular, comprehensive survey of Michigan's birds in over forty years. Species accounts are given fo over 400 birds seen in the state, covering current status, distribution, history, habitat, seasonal occurrence, and general North American (or world-wide) breeding and wintering ranges. The 220 species which nest in the state are depicted in 115 full-page colour paintings.
"...a masterwork. Every state should have such an excellent survey of its bird life as a contribution to science and public enlightenment and pleasure." Roger Tory Peterson.
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