Warblers of the Americas: An Identification Guide

Warblers of the Americas An Identification Guide The first comprhensive guide to all species found in North Cenral and South America

  • Title: Warblers of the Americas: An Identification Guide
  • Author: David Quinn David Beadle
  • ISBN: 9780395709986
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The first comprhensive guide to all 116 species found in North, Cenral, and South America.

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    1. Ah, warblers. Or, as our German friend calls them, "verblers." The plates in this book are gorgeous. There are 109 species described and depicted. While it has of course all the commonplace warblers that are seen in the NE United States where I live, it also has obscure species whose range is so limited that it boggles the mind. For example, the Whistling Warbler is only found on the tiny island of St. Vincent in the Lesser Antilles. Other birds in this book also have extraordinarily restricted [...]

    2. This is one of the best written and well illustrated reference books avaiable on the study of birds. This work studies only the wood-warblers of the Americas which to many bird watchers are the jewel of the passerines in this hemisphere. Of the 116 species outlined in this book, I have had the opportunity to observe 82 of the species with most of the balance in remote areas of South and Central America.

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