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DK Publishing Book: Birds of North America - Eastern Region by Fred J. Alsop

B&H # DKSBNAE Mfr # 9780789471567
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Birds of North America - Eastern Region - With a thorough examination of over 700 birds, this book, written in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution covers all birds that are recognized to breed east of the 100th meridian (U.S. and Canada). It also includes those species that will, on occasion, visit those regions as well.

Starting with a description of the particular bird and its life history, it goes on to give color images and describe its habitat, characteristics and song style. You'll also find data on food breeding, nesting and specific conservation applications. The birds are also traced by season, i.e migratory patterns, maps and much, much more.

Subject Nature, Outdoor, Travel & Wildlife
Author Fred J. Alsop
Edition First
Hard/Soft Cover Paperback
Pages 752
Dimensions 8.4 x 5.9 x 1.8" (21.3 x 15 x 4.6cm)
Illustrations Yes
ISBN Number
  • ISBN-10: 0789471566
  • ISBN-13: 978-0789471567
  • Publisher DK Adult
    Date Published April 2001
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