Sibley's Birding Basics

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Tandem Library, 2002 - Nature
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The quintessential activity of birding--identification--is the subject of this compact, easy-to-use, wonderfully helpful new book by America's premier living painter of birds, author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Birds. Here Sibley details everything the birder needs to know to identify species.

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User Review  - rightantler - LibraryThing

I purchased this as an introduction to Sibley's work. The book is a very rich and compact resource for birders. For me it was almost too much but once I realized there was so much to learn I was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sandydog1 - LibraryThing

Ignore the title; this is NOT a basic book. It is a very concise, easily readable small book that is full of information. A must for any birder. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Sibley is the son of Ornithologist Fred Sibley. He began watching and drawing birds at age 7. Since 1980 he has traveled the continent watching birds on his own and as a tour leader for WINGS, Inc.

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