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Watchable Birds of the Southwest

Animal Guide Books

By: Mary Taylor Gray

Do you revel in the cascading song of a canyon wren as it echoes off red-rock cliffs? Long to view the sandhill crane's courtship dance? Wonder which leaves the X footprint in the desert sand? If so, Watchable Birds of the Southwest is for you.

Families, tourists, armchair naturalists, and anyone charmed by birds will delight in this full-color guide to 68 of the Southwest's fun-to-watch bird species - those that are big, are brightly colored, exhibit fascinating behaviors, or in some way especially represent the Southwest. Organized by habitat, Watchable Birds of the Southwest covers the wetlands, open country, mountains, and mesas of Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of Utah, Colorado, California, Nevada, and Texas.

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Published: 2003
Pages: 185

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