What's That Bird?: Getting to Know the Birds Around You, Coast to Coast

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Storey Publishing
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7.54 X 0.34 X 11.04 inches | 1.04 pounds
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About the Author

Joseph Choiniere is the co-author of What's That Bird? He has worked for the Mass Audubon Society for more than 25 years, currently as the director of the 1,200-acre Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary. He teaches classes at universities and colleges, as well as workshops for elementary and high school groups. He lives in Princeton, Massachusetts.
Claire Mowbray Golding is vice president and managing director for a small educational publishing company in central Massachusetts. She lives in Princeton, Massachusetts.
James Robinsis an award-winning journalist and historian. His work has appeared in the Guardian, Times Literary Supplement, the Spectator, Current Affairs, and the New Statesman. He is the former managing editor of TheBigQ.org, and the creator of The Great Crime: A Podcast History of the Armenian Genocide. He lives in London.


"...a beautifully illustrated and informative beginners guide to backyard bird watching, appropriate for both school children and adults." -ForeWord

"...an informed and informative book that the entire family can enjoy." -Bookwatch

"Easy to use, loaded with digestible information and full of spectacular photography." -San Diego Union Tribune

"Choiniere...and Golding have put heart and soul into this beautifully conceived and produced guide." -San Diego Union Tribune

"...not only a helpful field guide, but also includes read-aloud fast facts..." -Star Tribune

"...a delightful beginner's guide to backyard bird watching." -Rural Heritage

"...lively, easy to understand language..." - Science News

"This book is an attractive tool for an adult teaching a child about nature in general and birding in particular." - Science News