Birds Of Florida Field Guide
ISBN: 1885061951
EAN13: 9781885061959
Language: English
Pages: 359
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 5.9" L x 4.4" W
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   SMALL BOOK WITH BIG INFORMATION!
An excellent bird book. This handy little book gives you more information than you would expect from a reference book. A photo of a boy and a girl in a "pretty good" pose with the caption, "Beautiful pictures of males and females." On the back of the book, you will find a color coding tool that will help you quickly and easily identify your reference. Just look at the color coding on the outside of the pages to see if you can spot any other color bird. Very nice pictures and great size. We were surprised to see all the information in this book, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California. Even if you are not a bird watcher, you will find this book to be very useful.
 
4
   Very good field guide for beginner bird watchers
This is not a reference book, but a field guide for beginners. Easy to use and carry, the Echo is a must-have. Superb pictures throughout the book to identify the birds. Of those, 140 are listed as threatened, a very small number for Florida. It has a good introduction and adequate bird data, he said. The cardinals are sorted by their color combinations. However, when the two species are significantly different, they are covered in two different pages. It also has smaller pictures to help identify some of the birds in flight, it said. If you've been bird-watching for a year or so, you're probably not going to want to read this book. But if you're a complete beginner or a casual birder, it's an excellent no-frustration field to start with and then to hand it down to another beginner when you're experienced enough.
 
5
   Great guide, good size and beautiful photos
Great book, great photos, said Dr. Goin. Has most of the gorgeous birds you'll find in Florida and the range maps are super easy to use to determine what birds you see, Melissa said. The new labels are also coded by color, making it easy to identify.
 
4
   Very helpful
A great little book. Easy to use. The cardinals are catalogued by color so it's easy to find most birds. If you don't find what you're looking for, there are suggestions for other possibilities.
 
5
   Fun Book and Very Educational
My brother lives on the East Coast of Florida and has this book. This book is very concise, giving great brief descriptions of hundreds of birds and also showing photos of hundreds of other birds. My wife and I find this to be very educational as we've not been the best at identifying different species of birds. We live on the west coast of Florida and have many different species of birds near our home, so now we are able to identify them and we can paper clip the page of the different birds we see. It's great for families, teachers and anyone who enjoys learning about math, science and engineering, he said.
 
5
   Easy to Identify Birds
It is so easy to identify birds with the color coding, Raymond said. Interesting factoids, said Dr. Paul Dhaliwal of the University of Nottingham. I have it handy with me, and I have used it quite a bit already.
 
5
   easy to use, many pictures of birds, and interesting information
I am new to bird watching and this book is perfect for my needs. Easy peasy. Lots of information, too, including pictures of male and seasonal variations in coloring. I am excited to have this resource at my disposal.
 
5
   A great bird book for Florida. Portable. Easy to locate the birds.
Our home adjoins a pond right behind. And we see ALL sizes and colors of foam. We needed a guide, Mr. D. Pepper said. We are feeding birds and making new feathered friend to them! Full page photos of each and very easy to find the bird!
 
2
   Not a comprehensive list of raptors and color coding too generic
I bought this book to help me identify birds when I'm on the road. I'm especially interested in birds of prey and cultures. I felt that there were very few mentions of raptors, which is unusual since Florida has many, Raymond said.
 
5
   Convenient size and gorgeous photos of beloved FL birds
This book is small, but full of great writing. We enjoy many backyard birds, got a copy for ourselves to identify new ones. This book is well laid out by bird color, helpful descriptions of habitat and breeding habits, and beautifully illustrated with photos of both male and female of the species. It's small, but carry-on-your-hip is recommended. Highly recommend. Wonderful gift, Mr. D.S.L.
 
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