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The Gull Guide North America

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Amar Ayyash(Author)
512 pages, 1800+ colour photos, 28 colour maps, 7 tables
The Gull Guide
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Gull identification can be challenging for even the most seasoned birder. While these birds are common to coasts, lakes, and rivers, they exhibit remarkable plumage changes related to age, which is sometimes complicated by similarities between species and a readiness to hybridize. The Gull Guide provides an invaluable identification guide to all regularly occurring gull species and subspecies throughout North America. It is packed with the very latest research on field identification, updated taxonomy, current distribution trends, colour maps, and helpful notes on natural history, ageing, and moult. The Gull Guide integrates the essential elements that are critical to understanding gulls, setting an entirely new standard for identifying and enjoying these marvellous birds.

- Features more than 1,800 superb colour photos
- Covers 36 gull species as well as 7 of the most commonly encountered hybrid gulls
- Gives equal attention to rarities from Asia, Europe, and South America
- Describes the key characteristics of all age groups, from juvenile through adult plumages
- Innovative photo collages give side-by-side comparisons, enabling readers to distinguish between similar species and avoid common pitfalls associated with gull identification
- Comes with a one-of-a-kind "cheat sheet" describing key features of select Larus species
- A must for the bookshelf of every birder and ornithologist

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Biography

Amar Ayyash is a leading authority on the gulls of North America and a regular contributor to premier birding magazines and journals such as Birding, Western Birds, and North American Bird Bander. Host of the popular website anythinglarus.com, he organizes the Illinois Ornithological Society's annual Gull Frolic on Lake Michigan, the largest gull-watching event in the United States.

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Amar Ayyash(Author)
512 pages, 1800+ colour photos, 28 colour maps, 7 tables
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