Review: Atlas of Bird Migration: Tracing the Great Journeys of the World’s Birds

Migration is one of the most fascinating subjects pertaining to birds, yet it still holds much mystery and secrets. Conservationists benefit from the study of migration, using past knowledge to predict where birds should be, and making observations on the changes of this natural occurrance. The Atlas of Bird Migration: Tracing the Great Journeys of

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Bird Photography Weekly #13

Bird Photography Weekly #12 had our largest total yet with 18 species!! Thanks to everyone and please join in again this week!! Last Week’s list: Royal Spoonbill Green Woodpecker Spectacled Spiderhunter Snow Goose Plain Chachalaca Royal Tern Spotted Sandpiper Adelaide Rozella House Sparrow Black Vulture Common Merganser American Robin Pine Grosbeak Cattle Egret Blue Jay

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Review of Owls of North America

Owls of North America by Frances Backhouse, is a stunning, photo-loaded book featuring the mysterious and fantastic family of birds known as owls. While this oversized volume of glossy pages might be mistaken for a “coffee table book”, it is undoubtedly much more than that. Seven informative chapters cover topics such as feeding habits, communication,

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