Posts Tagged ‘Hummingbirds: Volume 1’

My review of Hummingbirds: Volume 1, by John C. Arvin, is now up on the American Birding Association blog.
There were many great bird-related books published in 2016, including some, I’m sure, that I didn’t even see. So making a list such as this is tricky at best, perhaps even foolish. In fact, I just read the introduction for Scarlet Experiment: Birds and Humans in America, which has me eager to read more. But […]
Looking for something to get for the bird-lover in your life? You can never go wrong with a good bird book. Here are a few suggestions. Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls by Paul Bannick One look inside this book will tell you why anyone would appreciate it – the photos […]
Hummingbirds: Volume 1 (North America, Central America & Caribbean) by John C. Arvin From Gorgas Science Foundation: As the distinguished ornithologist Alfred Newton noted in 1881, “There is hardly a precious stone ruby, amethyst, sapphire, emerald, or topaz the name of which may not fitly, and without any exaggeration, be employed in regard to hummingbirds.” […]