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Product NameThe Art of Bird Identification: A Straightforward Approach to Putting a Name to the Bird
LanguageEnglish
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Short DescriptionHeight:0.46 inches / Length:8.32 inches / Weight:0.51 pounds / Width:5.58 inches
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AuthorPete Dunne
Page Count144
BindingPaperback
Published09/01/2012
FeaturesArt Of Bird Identification
Long DescriptionHow to get good, then better, then even better at identifying birds in the field-and have fun doing itA straightforward approach from Pete Dunne, one of the country's top birders and birding instructors, written in his distinctive styleIncludes descriptive information for 75 bird groups to help get the ID process off on the right footPractical, expert advice and entertaining in-the-field examples of birding successes and common mistakes
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