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National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America (National Geographic Backyard Guides) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 15. März 2011


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"Valuable, as both a reference and as a 'browsing' book." –Bird Watchers Digest

“Like everything published by the National Geographic Society, it's first rate…many of the bird illustrations painted by the foremost birding artist Jonathan Alderfer…What sets [it] apart is the inclusion of photographs, lists of preferred foods and nesting habitats, seasonal range maps, and keys to identification -- all tailored toward the backyard birder. –Plain Dealer (Cleveland)

“A great book to give to those backyard birdwatchers in your life--or any friend or neighbor who might appreciate the birds in their yard…attractively designed and chock-full of useful and interesting information…provides many ways to approach, identify, and enjoy birds. Each section includes noteworthy features that make it not only beautiful but useful.” –The Birdchaser 

“A handy-sized, easy-to-use tool for backyard birding…The information on each species is superb…fascinating nuggets…” –Birdfreak.com

 “Even inexperienced birders will be able to easily use this highly illustrated guide.”
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“National Geographic turns its considerable field guide expertise to birds of the backyard.”
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JONATHAN ALDERFER is a nationally known bird artist and author who has worked on a number of National Geographic's birding books. His previous titles for National Geographic include Field Guide to the Birds of North America, Field Guide to the Birds of Eastern North America, Field Guide to the Birds of Western North America, Illustrated Birds, Birding Essentials, and Complete Birds of North America.

PAUL HESS, former chair of the Pennsylvania Ornithological Records Committee, is department editor for the "News and Notes" column in Birding magazine. A retired newspaper editor, he writes an "Ornithological Literature Notes" column for the Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology newsletter and has written many articles in the journal of Pennsylvania Birds. 

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A bird in the yard 25. April 2011
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I thought I had the best bird book to identify the birds in my yard until I found this bird guide. It identifies 150 species. There is a quick find index on the inside cover with pictures - a real help! Information is given on feeding, bird houses and how to distinguish between similar species.
The colour heads of birds leads you to the pages where complete pictures, range maps, food and general identification information can be found.
There are inserts included; such as why do birds migrate and how to attract hummingbirds. A glossary is built-in with additional reading.
Anyone who looks out and wants to know more of the feathered friends flying around will benefit from this guide.
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Backyard Birds I can now identify 11. April 2011
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I gave this book to three amateur bird fans who enjoy watching birds at their kitchen window feeders. All reported back that this was the most useful bird book they had seen, with clear photos & identifying features, and interesting relevant facts.
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Great book for the backyard birder! 28. April 2011
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Purchased this book for my husband's birthday. It is a delightful, colorful book, with a ton of information. You can easily identify your backyard birds and know their habits, eating, etc. A really nice book!
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Backyard Birds Not A Book for the Older Folks or Folks with Vision Problems 13. Oktober 2012
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I purchased this book for my father-in-law who is in his 80's. The pictures and print are to small for an older person to view or read. The book has great information but few photos most pictures are colored illustrations.
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Best I've Found ! 3. August 2011
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NatGeo's "Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America is the best "user-friendly" bird guide I've ever seen in 50 years of birding. One of the things that makes it a standout is that they included the RIGHT information that everyday birders can use. And as another reviewer mentions, it is a very good (and painless) tutorial as well as a guide. I will recommend this great book to everyone I know.
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