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Birds of Texas
Paperback - English

Renowned Texas birder Keith A. Arnold shares his expertise and passion in this wonderful field guide to 401 species of birds found in the Lone Star State. From Big Bend National Park to Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, the nine bioregions of the largest state in the lower 48 offers thousands of opportunities to view nature. Included are:

  • Comprehensive species accounts, with individual color-coded range maps, and information on nesting, feeding, size, and sounds
  • More than 400 full-color illustrations and more than 400 maps
  • Color-coded quick reference guide
  • Guide to bioregions and their geography
  • Guide to top 100 and top 20 birding sites in the state
  • Birder's Checklist
  • Indexes of Latin and common names
  • Illustrated glossary
  • Bibliography

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
9768200189
EAN
9789768200181
Publication Date
01/05/2007
Pages
480
Dimension
21.44cm x 16.92cm x 2.29cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author




Kennedy, Gregory
GREGORY C. KENNEDY is a lecturer at the Joint Services Command and Staff College. A specialist in Anglo-American relations and military history, he is the author of "Imperial Crossroads: The Influence of the Far East on Anglo-American Relations, 1933-1939".

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