By Steve N. G. Howell,Ian Lewington,Will Russell
Rare Birds of North America is the 1st complete illustrated consultant to the vagrant birds that take place during the usa and Canada. that includes 275 beautiful colour plates, this booklet covers 262 species originating from 3 very varied regions--the previous global, the recent international tropics, and the world's oceans. It explains the factors of avian vagrancy and breaks down styles of incidence via quarter and season, permitting readers to work out the place, whilst, and why every one species happens in North the US. specified species bills describe key id beneficial properties, taxonomy, age, intercourse, distribution, and status.
Rare Birds of North America presents unheard of insights into vagrancy and avian migration, and should improve the birding event of someone drawn to discovering and staring at infrequent birds.
- Covers 262 species of vagrant birds present in the us and Canada
- Features 275 gorgeous colour plates that depict each species
- Explains styles of prevalence via area and season
- Provides a useful evaluate of vagrancy styles and migration
- Includes specific species bills and state of the art identity tips
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Rare Birds of North America by Steve N. G. Howell,Ian Lewington,Will Russell