Posts Tagged ‘Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die’

The only thing better than bird books is cheap bird books! Here are some bargains I’ve found on Amazon. FYI: some of these are remaindered, so there may be a sticker on the cover, or a black mark on the bottom. I’ve bought remaindered books from Amazon before, though, and these have yet to be [...]
I’ve gotten a little behind on this. Here are some bird book and product reviews from magazines and journals published in July and August, 2008. Bird Watcher’s Digest – Vol. 31 No. 1, Sept/October 2008 Flights Against the Sunset: Stories that Reunited a Mother and Son, by Kenn Kaufman A very positive review,which states that [...]
Here are some bird book and product reviews from magazines and journals published recently. Living Bird – Spring 2008 A Summer of Birds: John James Audubon at Oakley House, by Danny Heitman “A fine portrait of the artist” Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die: Birding Experts Share The World’s Greatest Destinations, by Chris [...]
Here are some good deals on Amazon.com. You can hover over the link to check the current price. I’ve been watching the prices on these books for a little while and they have been steadily decreasing. They are all at least 50% off the retail price. However, I’ve seen some prices shoot back up to [...]
Here are some bird book and product reviews from magazines and journals published in February, 2008. Bird Watcher’s Digest – Vol. 30 No. 4, March/April 2008 National Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Birds of North America, by Edward S. Brinkley Highly recommended by the reviewer. I happen to agree – it is worth having as [...]

by Chris Santella

If this book doesn’t make you insane with wanderlust, then just go ahead and throw away your passport.

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According to the book Fifty Places to Go Birding Before You Die, here is where you should go:

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