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What Birds Eat How to Preserve the Natural Diet and Behavior of North American Birds

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By: Kim Long(Author)
Publisher: Skipstone Press
What Birds Eat
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  • What Birds Eat ISBN: 9781680513004 Paperback 2020 Available for pre-order : Due Sep 2020
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The more than 900 bird species in North America have natural diets ranging from seeds, foliage, nectar, and nuts to fish, insects, crustaceans, carrion, and mammals – and sometimes other birds! What Birds Eat explores the senses that birds depend on – sight, sound, odour, taste, and touch – and their food ingestion. Extensive feeding profiles then detail what various species eat naturally and how we can support those diets in backyards and feeders. What Birds Eat enriches readers' understanding, allowing them to engage more meaningfully with birds along the way.

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Kim Long is a naturalist and the author or co-author of 22 books, including Owls (1998), Hummingbirds (1997), and The Moon Almanac (2018).

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