Posts Tagged ‘Good Birders Don’t Wear White’

Lots of great reviews lately: National Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Birds of North America Dave Ingram’s Natural History Blog – great review, and you can even win a copy of the book! A Year on the Wing: Four Seasons in a Life with Birds The Zen Birdfeeder – a couple of copies of this [...]
When I got into birding, I jumped in with both feet. I wanted to find out what this birding thing was all about. But how? What comes after the binoculars and field guide? As with most any pursuit, birders need knowledge and desire to progress beyond beginner status. The desire is the “easy” part – [...]
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 [...]
If Pete Dunne wrote a restaurant menu, I would read it word for word. He is easily my favorite birding author. Here is a list of all the books that he has written, along with magazines that for which he is a regular contributor. I have read most of these books, and they are without [...]
Here are some recent bird book reviews: Good Birders Don’t Wear White – Birdfreak: The Bird Conservation Blog Finding Your Wings – The House and other Arctic Musings The Life of the Skies – 10,000 Birds I’ve also come across several more great sources for book reviews and news. These have been added to the [...]
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 [...]

by Lisa White

A collection of good, albeit brief, tips from some of the best that birding has to offer.

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I found these while browsing through Amazon (yes, I’m pretty much always looking for books!). I’ve already ordered some of them since I couldn’t find new or used copies for cheaper anywhere else, especially given the free shipping for orders over $25. Note: Birders and Club George are remaindered/bargain books and thus may have either [...]