Kaufman Field Guide to Advanced Birding: Understanding What You See and Hear
Kenn Kaufman (Author)
DescriptionBirders can memorize hundreds of details and still not be able to identify birds if they don't really understand what's in front of them.Today birders have access to almost too much information, and their attempts to identify birds can be drowned out by excess detail. The all-new Kaufman Field Guide to Advanced Birding takes a different approach, clarifying the basics and providing a framework for learning about each group. Overall principles of identification are explained in clear language, and ten chapters on specific groups of birds show how these principles can be applied in practice. Anyone with a keen interest in identifying birds will find that this book makes the learning process more effective and enjoyable, and that truly understanding what we see and hear can make birding more fun.
April 19, 2011
4.87 X 0.97 X 7.51 inches | 1.19 pounds
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About the Author
One of the world's best-known bird experts, Kenn Kaufman is the originator of the Kaufman Field Guide series, which includes books on birds, butterflies, mammals, and insects. He has also written Lives of North American Birds and two birding memoirs, Flights Against the Sunset and the classic Kingbird Highway. A frequent contributor to birding magazines such as Bird Watcher's Digest, WildBird, and Birder's World, Kenn is also a field editor for Audubon. He and his wife, Kim, live in Rocky Ridge, Ohio.