Birds of Forest, Yard, and Thicket

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Stackpole Books, 1997 - Nature - 328 pages
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Once you know a bird's name, you may want to know its nearest kin, the behaviours you are likely to see, and the best times for observing it. In this illustrated book, each species entry proceeds by season, explaining in non-technical language, how the bird nests, mates, and rears its brood in spring to how the bird survives in winter. Each bird's evolutionary adaptations, place in culture history and name origin also appear.

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