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By James D. Rising,David D. Beadle

ISBN-10: 0125889704

ISBN-13: 9780125889704

ISBN-10: 0125889712

ISBN-13: 9780125889711

A consultant to the identity and common heritage of the Sparrows of the us and Canada offers complete and up to date info on the entire gains that make attainable id of all sixty two species of sparrows that take place in North the US. The textual content supplies distinct descriptions of the summer season, iciness, and juvenile plumages of each one species, in addition to comparisons with related species. The species money owed are illustrated with variety maps and outstanding line drawings displaying behavioral postures and, the place necessary, nice good points of tail feather styles. The 27 colour plates wonderfully illustrate a number of the plumages of every species with the emphasis at the certain visual appeal of birds of other intercourse, age, and geographic areas. this pretty and authoritative ebook should be a needs to for the library of all willing birders residing in and vacationing North the US.

Species money owed comprise discussions of species':

* identity

* Measurements

* Voice

* Habitat

* Ecology

* Nesting biology

* Distribution

* Taxonomy

* Geographic diversifications

* historic and current status

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