Newly revised! Now includes an At-a-Glance Index for easier bird identification. This edition also has separate photos of males and females, except for bird species in which the sexes are similar in appearance. We also pulled a switch-a-roo, trading out two bird species, the House Wren and the Violet-green Swallow, for the Black-headed Grosbeak and the Barn Swallow. (Never fear: The House Wren and the Violet-green Swallow will be appearing in another work, which will be coming out soon.)
The Pacific Northwest is a backyard bird lover's paradise. Birds of the Pacific Northwest: How to Identify 25 of the Most Popular Backyard Birds will be your go-to guide when you need help identifying the birds at your feeders. Besides learning about your favorite birds, you'll discover more about their habitats, how they nest, their sometimes-quirky behaviors, and when you're most likely to see them visiting your backyard.
You'll have fun as you learn to identify the following birds:
Birds of the Pacific Northwest: How to Identify 25 of the Most Popular Backyard Birds includes color photographs and a hyper-linked table of contents so you can quickly jump ahead to a specific bird.