Modern ABC's of Bird Hunting
Title Modern ABC's of Bird Hunting PDF eBook
Author Dave Harbour
Publisher iUniverse
Pages 198
Release 2001-07-06
Genre Fowling
ISBN 0595190375

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Col. Dave Harbour’s creation, Modern ABC’s of Bird Hunting, is a classic, teaching tactics for scoring on a Bob White hunt, low-down on Mourning Doves, fooling the Gobbler, Pheasants, Forest Grouse, and Ptarmigan, Prairie Grouse, Chukar, and Hungarian Partridge, tips on Western Quail, Doves, Pigeons, Woodcock, Snipe and Rails.



ABC Birds in Art
Title ABC Birds in Art PDF eBook
Author Uhjin Kim
Publisher Uhjin Kim
Pages 54
Release 2023-02-13
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN

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Learn the alphabet and the names of birds from great works of art.



The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation
Title The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation PDF eBook
Author Daniel J. Lebbin
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Pages 457
Release 2010-10-15
Genre Nature
ISBN 0226647293

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Whether we live in cities, in the suburbs, or in the country, birds are ubiquitous features of daily life, so much so that we often take them for granted. But even the casual observer is aware that birds don’t fill our skies in the number they once did. That awareness has spawned conservation action that has led to notable successes, including the recovery of some of the nation’s most emblematic species, such as the Bald Eagle, Brown Pelican, Whooping Crane, and Peregrine Falcon. Despite this, a third of all American bird species are in trouble—in many cases, they’re in imminent danger of extinction. The most authoritative account ever published of the threats these species face, The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation will be the definitive book on the subject. The Guide presents for the first time anywhere a classification system and threat analysis for bird habitats in the United States, the most thorough and scientifically credible assessment of threats to birds published to date, as well as a new list of birds of conservation concern. Filled with beautiful color illustrations and original range maps, the Guide is a timely, important, and inspiring reference for birders and anyone else interested in conserving North America’s avian fauna. But this book is far more than another shout of crisis. The Guide also lays out a concrete and achievable plan of long-term action to safeguard our country’s rich bird life. Ultimately, it is an argument for hope. Whether you spend your early weekend mornings crouched in silence with binoculars in hand, hoping to check another species off your list, or you’ve never given much thought to bird conservation, you’ll appreciate the visual power and intellectual scope of these pages.



The ABC Bird Book
Title The ABC Bird Book PDF eBook
Author Megan Kudlack
Publisher
Pages 33
Release 2020-04-05
Genre
ISBN

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A whimsically illustrated ABC book introducing kids to bright and beautiful birds from around the world.



Publishers' circular and booksellers' record
Title Publishers' circular and booksellers' record PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 878
Release 1885
Genre
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ABC Birds of the World
Title ABC Birds of the World PDF eBook
Author Bryce Donner
Publisher
Pages
Release 2019-03-21
Genre
ISBN 9780368471896

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Explore the colorful, quirky world of birds from A to Z.



The A to Z Book of Birds
Title The A to Z Book of Birds PDF eBook
Author Michael P. Earney
Publisher XinXii
Pages 68
Release 2020-03-30
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 3966332728

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While looking at my grand-daughter's books with her it occurred to me that here, at three years old, she can identify images which bear little resemblance to the actual creatures portrayed: whale, giraffe, ostrich, etc. At the zoo she recognizes the elephant, tiger, giraffe, etc. Why, I wondered, do children's books have such simplified renderings of animals? She may not be able to read the names, but she knows a giraffe is a giraffe. Her father is an avid birder and can barely wait to take her birding, so why not an alphabet book with realistic pictures of birds? Thus, "The A to Z Book of Birds: An ABC for Young Bird Lovers" - she will know her birds before she knows her alphabet. I'm sure my grand-daughter is not the only three-year-old genius out there. This book is designed to be useful from age three to well beyond learning the alphabet, when the text, informative and entertaining, will continue to teach and the paintings be a guide to identification in the field.