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A pocket-sized photographic guide to the birds of the Puget Sound region with full-page color photographs of each bird and accompanying identification information. Covers over 200 birds in the 12 counties surrounding the sound. Also includes the basics of bird watching, attracting birds to your yard, selecting binoculars, and a regional checklist. Written by local birdingA pocket-sized photographic guide to the birds of the Puget Sound region with full-page color photographs of each bird and accompanying identification information. Covers over 200 birds in the 12 counties surrounding the sound. Also includes the basics of bird watching, attracting birds to your yard, selecting binoculars, and a regional checklist. Written by local birding experts ? perfect for beginning and intermediate birders....

Title : Birds of the Puget Sound Region
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ISBN : 9780964081024
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 390 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Birds of the Puget Sound Region Reviews

  • Lacey
    2019-04-09 02:09

    This bird identification guide covers the Puget Sound Region of Washington State, and is a great quick reference for those who really want to know if that is a Plover or a Sandpiper on that beach over there. Covering birds from the shoreline to the surrounding forest, wetland, meadow and urban habitats, Birds of the Puget Sound Region provides an at-a-glace overview of things like diet, habitat, voice and physical identification characteristics. Particularly helpful for identification are the full-page color photos for each bird, and the entry suggestions of similar birds to help the reader narrow down her identification. Like most bird books, this guide is organized by species grouping and is easy to navigate. It calls itself "pocket sized" but don't expect to tuck it into a pants pocket unless you are wearing cargo pants - it is about the size of a deli sandwich (which is still quite compact as nature guides go!)

  • JZ
    2019-04-05 00:02

    This is my favorite bird book for my region. The pictures are good, the descriptions are excellent, and I love having a space to write in the date of my first siting. I also love the habitat and behavior sections.The very best feature is the "Did you know?" section. Little tidbits about the birds that are interesting but not commonly known.Also, my smallest bird identification book, fits in my jacket pocket.

  • Joy
    2019-04-04 23:20

    I recently took a birding class and this book was recommended. I can now identify some of the birds foraging for food. Hooray!