Posts Tagged ‘Imperial Dreams: Tracking the Imperial Woodpecker Through the Wild Sierra Madre’

There were lots of reviews last month. Unsurprisingly, most of them were of the excellent The Warbler Guide. The Warbler Guide Earbirding The Exponent Telegram Birding in New Jersey A Charm of Finches Birds from Behind Toheeblog National Parks Traveler Southern Rhode Island Newspapers 10,000 Birds (focusing on the audio companion) Birdguides The Birder’s Report […]
Sorry about the lateness of this post. I was in Africa for two weeks recently, and I still haven’t caught up. I know there are some reviews from May not included here, but I’ll get them in the next roundup. Alexander Wilson: The Scot Who Founded American Ornithology Times Higher Education The Crossley ID Guide: […]
Here are the online bird book reviews I found during April, 2013. – There is going to be major fallout in a few hours. – Nuclear fallout? – Bird book review fallout. The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors It’s a Bird Thing… National Parks Traveler The Fayetteville Observer Pacific NW Birder The World’s Rarest Birds […]
Imperial Dreams: Tracking the Imperial Woodpecker Through the Wild Sierra Madre by Tim Gallagher From Atria Books: Explorer and naturalist Tim Gallagher is obsessed with rare birds. A decade ago, Gallagher was one of the rediscoverers of the legendary ivory-billed woodpecker, which most scientists believed had been extinct for more than half a century—an event […]
Wow, lot’s of bird book reviews last month. Keep ’em coming! Also, here’s a fun contest to win the new Crossley Raptor Guide! And make sure to like The Birder’s Library Facebook page to stay informed of other giveaways and contests. I aim to read bird book reviews. The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors Nemesis Bird […]