A competent and often humorous handbook makes must reading for amateur ornithologists as it presents the techniques of...

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HOW TO WATCH BIRDS

A competent and often humorous handbook makes must reading for amateur ornithologists as it presents the techniques of actual practice and many interesting anecdotes. Identification, location, habits, trips and note taking, how to watch with binoculars or at night or with a camera, handling, collecting, joining a watching club- these topics open ways to fine feathered friendships.

Pub Date: April 20, 1955

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Publisher: McGraw-Hill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1955