Birding Cape Cod

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On Cape Publications #ad - A useful checklist of the birds of the Cape, helpful cross references, and a complete index for quick reference round out this perfect field guide for both visitors to and residents of Cape Cod. A field guide to one of the world's premier birding locations, this volume makes it easy to take this sublime pastime to the next level.

Birding Cape Cod #ad - . With a breakdown of the cape into regions, the guide includes a section on pelagic birding, detailed maps that indicate items of interest, and favorite birding areas, towns, birding hot spots, and even parking locations. A section on the descriptions of cape Cod specialty species is also included as are explanations of when to bird, what to look for, and in which habitats to find birds.

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An Illustrated Guide to the Common Birds of Cape Cod

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Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. #ad - This simple-to-use field guide is an invaluable resource for birding on Cape Cod. The informative text provides helpful advice on the best bird watching techniques and six field trips focusing on different environments and the species that populate them. Over 140 beautifully rendered color illustrations of common Cape Cod birds with species accounts that include locations where they may be found by birders.

These field trip locations include "woodland in spring and summer, " "shorebirds of the Tidal Flats in Late Summer, " "Common Birds of the Salt Marsh, " "Waterfowl of Freshwater Lakes and Ponds, Fall and Winter Migrants on Salt Water, " and "Oceanic Birds. While addressing the needs of beginning bird watchers, adults and children alike, there is useful information on locations and logistics that any bird lover may use.

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Birding South Carolina: A Guide To 40 Premier Birding Sites Birding Series

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Falcon Guides #ad - Birding South Carolina: A Guide To 40 Premier Birding Sites Birding Series #ad - Christmas bird counts along the coast often yield some of the highest species totals on the entire East Coast. Highly sought-after birds—such as wood stork, painted bunting, swainson’s warbler, purple gallinule, swallow-tailed kite, red-cockaded woodpecker, and Bachman’s sparrow—can be found with ease during the appropriate season.

 . South carolina is a birder’s paradise, with more than 480 species having been recorded in the state.

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