Posts Tagged ‘The Private Lives of Birds’

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 […]

by Bridget Stutchbury

An excellent introduction to the behavior and social lives of birds.

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Several good bird books have been published lately, of which here are a few. I’m planning to do full reviews for all of these, but thought I’d go ahead and present some brief thoughts (especially since I don’t write nearly as fast as I wish I did). The Private Lives of Birds: A Scientist Reveals […]
Here are some bird book reviews from the last few months: New “small” Peterson guides: Eastern and Central and Western Aimophila Adventures A DC Birding Blog Birds of Australia: Eighth Edition Idaho Birding Blog The Private Lives of Birds: A Scientist Reveals the Intricacies of Avian Social Life Mike’s Birding & Digiscoping Blog […]