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Wildlife Books for Kids
by Baby Professor
What are extinct animals? Don't just define the word, show pictures of what they are. This makes learning a lot more fun and effective. By knowing exactly what these animals are, you are also increasing your child's awareness on their existence ...eBook
by Ian Newton
<p>Given the underlying topography, the scenery over most of Britain has been created largely by human activities. Over the centuries, landscapes have been continually modified as human needs and desires have changed. Each major change in land ...eBook
A History of the Exploitation of Wild Birds
by Michael Shrubb
<p>he way wild birds have been exploited over the centuries forms the focus of this remarkable new book by Michael Shrubb. It looks at the use of birds as food, for feathers and skins, for eggs, as cage birds, as specimens and for hunting, ...eBook
Getting to Know Easy-to-Attract Backyard Visitors
by Sandy Allison
<p>Bird-watchers know there is a list of species that regularly and dependably come to dine at backyard bird feeders.</p> ...eBook
by Dave Watts
A comprehensive listing of all major bird species found in Tasmania, accompanied by full-colour photographs of each bird in its natural habitat for identification purposes. Informative text, distribution maps and full-colour photographs makes ...
by Nicolas Day
Since it was first published in 1984, Simpson & Day's <i>Field Guide to the Birds of Australia</i> has been one of the most - if not <i>the</i> most - respected bird guide in the country. It has sold over 500 000 copies. The guide contains 132 ...
by Mark Golley
<p>Stunningly illustrated and simple to use, this brand new, fully updated, edition of a practical and informative guide is a must for any birdwatcher's pocket. Whether observing what is feeding, nesting or bathing in your garden, or further ...eBook
by Barrie Heather
<b>A classic revised- the new edition of this monumental and much-loved book features its biggest update ever. A wonderful celebration of New Zealand's extraordinary and diverse birdlife.</b>'You can put your hand on this book and swear by it, ...
by Leslie Day & Don Riepe
<p>Look around New York, and you’ll probably see birds: wood ducks swimming in Queens, a stalking black-crowned night-heron in Brooklyn, great horned owls perching in the Bronx, warblers feeding in Central Park, or Staten Island’s purple martinseBook
Birding Experts Share the World's Geatest Destinations
by Chris Santella
<p>It’s estimated that 50 to 60 million Americans count birding among their hobbies. Some hang feeders in their backyards and accumulate yard lists; others participate in annual Christmas Counts”; a select few travel to the ends of the earth ineBook
by David Allan
<p>Sasol First Field Guide to Birds of Prey of Southern Africa provides fascinating insight into the birdlife of the region. With the help of full-colour photo graphs and distribution maps, and easy-to-read text, the young adult and budding ...eBook
by Allan, David
Sasol First Field Guide to Birds of Prey of Southern Africa provides fascinating insight into the birdlife of the region. With the help of full-colour photo graphs and distribution maps, and easy-to-read text, the young adult and budding ...eBook
by Caitlin R. Kight
<div>The flamingo is possibly the most easily recognized bird in the world. But it is not a single species - there are six different species of flamingos, each differing in size and colour. Caitlin R. Kight presents this fascinating creature in ...
by Robert Barnwell Roosevelt
<p>Florida and the Game Water-Birds written by Robert Barnwell Roosevelt who was a sportsman, author, and politician. This book was published in 1868. And now republish in ebook format. We believe this work is culturally important in its ...eBook
by Sally; Slater, Peter; Slater, Rao Elmer
In Glimpses of Australian Birds, authors Peter Slater Sally Elmer with Raoul Slater take us into the world of birds as they see it. To photograph this book, Raoul Slater spent days sitting in hides with primitive cameras or lugging clumsy and ...
How to See More Birds and Protect the Environment at the Same Time
by Richard Gregson
<p>Where to look for birds close to home--often-overlooked spots in cities and suburban neighborhoods that can be bird magnets.</p> ...eBook
by Jim Flegg
<p><strong>Bloomsbury Green Guides are portable handbooks to the most commonly found species in Britain and Europe.</strong></p> <p>With their diversity of form, colour, behaviour and song, birds are an endless source of fascination, but ...eBook
by Terence Lindsey
Behavioural insights, action photography and your questions answered.The Australian Green Guides have been created for wildlife enthusiasts of all ages. The most commonly asked questions are answered with particular emphasis on fascinating ...
by Slater Peter ; Elmer Sally
THE AUSTRALIAN GREEN GUIDES have been created for wildlife enthusiasts of all ages. The most commonly asked questions are answered with particular emphasis on fascinating behavioural insights into both common and unusual creatures. The pages are
by Warwick Tarboton
<p>The Kruger National Park, one of the largest and best-known conservation areas in the world, supports a remarkable diversity of birds. This attractive and handy field guide lists more than 500 species that have been recorded here, and ...eBook