Warblers of the Great Lakes Region and Eastern North America

February 1, 2003|
Warblers of the Great Lakes Region and Eastern North America by Chris Earley
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Thanks to their distinctive colors and lively calls, warblers are a favorite among birders. However sightings can be rare due to the warbler's migratory nature, feeding habits, and sometime-endangered status.

Warblers is a handy reference for watching these fast-moving and elusive birds. It explains why warblers are difficult to spot and what you can do to see more of them. It accurately identifies 42 species found in the Great Lakes region and eastern North America. By focusing on this one family within a defined geographical area, the book's format is compact yet packed with information.

Photographing these highly spirited birds is never easy. Birders will appreciate the crisp, clean images of the warblers in their natural environment. Comparison pages group similar-looking birds on a single spread for quick reference. Each species is presented in accurate, full color to ensure precise identification. Species are presented in taxonomic order to show how one relates to the next. The information is concisely organized and includes:

  • Common names
  • Biological classification
  • Distinctive markings
  • Seasonal plumage changes
  • Song description
  • Behavioral habits
Chris Earley is the Interpretive Naturalist at the University of Guelph's Arboretum. He is an active birder whose field guide to sparrows and finches is also available in this series.
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Title:Warblers of the Great Lakes Region and Eastern North America
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:128 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.25 in
Shipping dimensions:128 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.25 in
Published:February 1, 2003
Publisher:Firefly Books
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781552977095

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