THE AUDUBON GUIDE TO ATTRACTING BIRDS by John H. -- Ed. Baker
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THE AUDUBON GUIDE TO ATTRACTING BIRDS

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Long awaited -- but worth waiting for, this is so complete, compact, concise and convincing that we wonder how we ever got along without it. Various contributors have written with imagination, humor and clarity, and bring basic achievements within the compass of most readers' ability. Identification of birds, methods of photography, mixing of foods, planting a tempting garden, managing a sanctuary, or forming an Audubon club or camp -- all are included. Gives good chance for feature display, or customer contests on photography, or tie-up with other departments (in library or department store). Excellent bibliography. Should be a staple item in your garden books, and should have a certain news value in a Spring season with a limited number of garden books.

Pub Date: May 2nd, 1941
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran