How do birds fly? Why do they migrate? How can you attract them to your garden? What should you feed them? How can birds be identified in the wild? This guide provides the answers to common questions about birdwatching, combining practical advice with information in an accessible form. The book is divided into four sections. "Understanding Birds" examines origins, anatomy, behaviour, migration and habitat while "Birdwatching at Home" shows how to attract birds to gardens. "Going Birdwatching" offers advice on equipment, the basics of identification, recognizing songs and calls, how to photograph birds and the best European birdwatching sites. Finally "The Habitat Birdfinder" looks at the various species of birds that are found in different habitats. This guide includes distribution maps and field notes.
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Book Description Collins, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2200937