Stokes Beginner's Guide To Birds: Eastern Region

Paperback | October 1, 1996

byDonald Stokes, Lillian Stokes

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Is that butterfly outside your window a Monarch or a Giant Swallowtail? What's the best kind of feeder for attracting birds to your backyard? This pocket-size, brilliantly colorful, simple-to-use guide is an ideal introduction to the birds of the Eastern United States. It contains dozens of full-color photographs that enable readers of all ages to identify the most common species; range maps; tips on attracting and observing firds; information on habitat needs, life cycle, food preferences; and much more.

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Whether you want to identify the birds that come to your backyard feeder or you've decided to take up bird-watching as a hobby, Donald and Lillian Stokes have created the best beginner's guides to birds ever published. From the easy-to-use color coding to the more than 130 gorgeous full-color photos, the Stokes guides are factually, vi...

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Is that butterfly outside your window a Monarch or a Giant Swallowtail? What's the best kind of feeder for attracting birds to your backyard? This pocket-size, brilliantly colorful, simple-to-use guide is an ideal introduction to the birds of the Eastern United States. It contains dozens of full-color photographs that enable readers of...

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Whether you want to identify the birds that come to your backyard feeder or you've decided to take up bird-watching as a hobby, Donald and Lillian Stokes have created the best beginner's guides to birds ever published. From the easy-to-use color coding to the more than 130 gorgeous full-color photos, the Stokes guides are factually, vi...

Lillian Stokes is one of the most trusted names in bird & nature writing. She divides her time between Carlisle, Massachusetts & Sanibel, Florida.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.12 × 4.62 × 0.38 inPublished:October 1, 1996Publisher:Little, Brown And CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316818119

ISBN - 13:9780316818117

Appropriate for ages: 8 - 8

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Whether you want to identify the birds that come to your backyard feeder or you've decided to take up bird-watching as a hobby, Donald and Lillian Stokes have created the best beginner's guides to birds ever published. From the easy-to-use color coding to the more than 130 gorgeous full-color photos, the Stokes guides are factually, visually, and organizationally superior to any other books you can buy. You'll find coverage of 100 species in each book - more than any other beginner's guide; organization by birds' plumage colors - a unique format that makes identification much easier for beginners; user-friendly color tab index for quick reference; color photographs of each species, including separate images of male and female when plumage differs; handy tips for purchasing binoculars and attracting birds to birdhouses, feeders, and gardens; and more specifics on each species than any other guide on the market, including information on voice, habitat, nest, eggs, incubation time, population trend, behavior, birdhouse and feeder preferences, and much more.