Book: Birds of the Pacific Northwest - How to Identify 25 of the Most Popular Backyard Birds by Sally Diniuscategories: Book, Birding, Nature, Bird Identification, Field Guides, Birdwatching, Pacific Northwest, Washington, Oregon, Birds
Sally Diniusabout this book: With hundreds of bird species in the Pacific Northwest alone, choosing which birds to include in this colorful backyard birding guide wasn't easy. I finally settled on 25 of the most popular birds, and by "popular," I simply mean those that seem to be the favorites of northwest birders. Many of the birds featured are feeder birds, either showing up on the feeders or on the ground below, but a few -- like the Barn Swallow -- are not. (The Barn Swallow was included, however, because of its penchant for nesting in neighborhoods.) Which backyard birds are your favorites? You just might find them in this identification guide, which includes photos of the male and female of each species (except when the sexes are similar), an informative write-up of each bird, and a hyper-linked table of contents.
You'll enjoy learning about these birds: American Goldfinch, Anna's Hummingbird, Barn Swallow, Black-capped Chickadee, Downy Woodpecker, Evening Grosbeak, Northern Flicker, Purple Finch, Red-winged Blackbird, Rufous Hummingbird, Spotted Towhee...and 14 more.
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