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Birds of Seattle and Puget Sound

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Birds of Seattle and Puget Sound.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Chris Fisher(Author)

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An easy-to-use and beautifully illustrated guide to help you identify and understand the feathered strangers nibbling at your backyard feeder or singing from a nearby tree. Full-color illustrations and clear, enjoyable descriptions on 125 common and interesting species around the Seattle area. The book includes quick ID tips, songs and calls, notes on habitat and habitat icons, nests and food, similar species listings, a King County birds checklist, bird feeding hints and tips on how to find the best birding spots in the Puget Sound region. A notable feature is an abundance chart for each bird, showing the abundance of the species at different times of the year. Includes indexes of common and scientific names, glossary, and bibliography.

This is one of the best local bird books I have seen. --Tacoma News Tribune --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Chris Fisher is a university-educated naturalist with a research background in endangered species management and wildlife interpretation. He has conducted extensive birding expeditions throughout Canada, the United States and Thailand, and he has authored or co-authored several bird books.

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Required Software Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview
Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 160 pages
  • Chris Fisher(Author)
  • Lone Pine; New edition (October 15, 1996)
  • English
  • 6
  • History

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  • By Moonclaw on July 27, 2014

    This book is THE best bird book for Washington. Even though it's old, I've never found one that has the same level of pictures and information so easy to understand as this book. I'd always used my parent's copy, but I finally decided to buy myself one and complete my collection.

  • By Steven Alexander on February 6, 2011

    This is an excellent book for the purpose intended, identifying exactly what kind of birds are at my bird feeder. Since the book is limited to what I will likely see in Renton WA. this is much more useful than a big bird book with all North America species listed. Now I know those small brown birds are Chestnut-backed Chickadees, the gray ones are Black-capped Chickadees, etc. I did dock it 1 star for using a brief description and not including a full picture of a Hairy Woodpecker, which is often mistaken for the similar but smaller Downy Woodpecker. Small complaint, as I would have no clue as to what either bird was without this guide. Get this book and you will be a back yard expert in short order.

  • By 4catmama on May 15, 2016

    Bought this book as a gift for someone who lives in Seattle, and I like how this book is so specific to that area. Personally, I would've preferred photos over drawings, but since the description states illustrations, I knew what I was buying.

  • By Olypen Chick on September 21, 2015

    Great little quick reference guide for backyard birds in the Pacific Northwest. Makes a great gift for new "birders," is a handy size and accurate in descriptions and info.

  • By J. Wald on August 22, 2017

    This is a very nice book for anyone with backyard birds around Seattle.

  • By Donald L Gayman on March 11, 2016

    Excellent guide for beginning birders.

  • By Georgann on January 25, 2018

    Great book for reference. Pictures are detailed & clear.

  • By Kaye M. on March 24, 2016

    This was a gift for a friend in the Seattle area and she absolutely loves it. I did not get to see it as was sent directly to her but if she likes it, I am sure it would be a 5.


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