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- HarperCollins Publishers 2014; US$ 46.04
Recommended for viewing on a colour tablet. The Bird Atlas 2007?2011 is the definitive statement on breeding and winter bird distributions in Britain and Ireland. more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2015; US$ 10.00
Hierdie praktiese, eenvoudige gids tot van die voŽls in Suider-Afrika wat die meeste gesien word, is gemik op beginner- en selfs juniorvoŽlkykers. Dit is meer toeganklik as ?n volwaardige veldgids, en baie nuttig met eenvoudige teks, duidelike illustrasies en foto?s van 300 van die streeks se voŽls wat die maklikste te sien is. Vir elke voŽl bied die... more...
- Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 18.99
Birds are astonishingly intelligent creatures. In fact, according to revolutionary new research, some birds rival primates and even humans in their remarkable forms of intelligence. Like humans, many birds have enormous brains relative to their size. Although small, bird brains are packed with neurons that allow them to punch well above their weight.... more...
- Sasquatch Books 2016; US$ 18.95
In this New York Times bestseller that will appeal to readers of H is for Hawk , a naturalist probes the forest to comprehend the secret lives of owls. Join Leigh Calvez on adventures into the world of owls: owl-watching, avian science, and the deep forest?often in the dead of night. These birds are a bit mysterious, and that?s part of what makes... more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2016; US$ 44.99
Raptors are notoriously hard to identify, even if seen well, and represent perhaps the toughest of all ID challenges for birders. This book is the ultimate flight-identification guide for the raptors of the Western Palaearctic, covering Europe, North Africa, the Middle East (including Arabia) to Central Asia. It provides identification information... more...
- Lyons Press 2016; US$ 25.99
New York Times Bestseller Peregrine Spring , Nancy Cowan?s memoir of her thirty years living intimately with raptors, gives us a new perspective on the relationship between humans and the natural world. Cowan shares her experiences running a world-famous falconry school, and the lessons she's learned from her birds. From retrieving her falcon... more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2016; US$ 11.99
Most bird books are designed to help you identify the birds that you've seen. This book is different. It is a species-by-species guide that shows you how to find and watch more than 250 species of birds that can be seen in Britain. Some are common; others are rare migrants or scarce breeding birds, but this book will tell you the best places to see... more...
- The University of North Carolina Press 2009; US$ 19.99
While birding literature is filled with tales of expert observers spotting rare species in exotic locales, John Yow reminds us that the most fascinating birds can be the ones perched right outside our windows. In thirty-five engaging and sometimes irreverent vignettes, Yow reveals the fascinating lives of the birds we see nearly every day. Following... more...