bird books Archive

While it is not practical to post an ENTIRE book, I am posting a glimpse of The Bird Book by Chester A. Reed. It is a public domain book shared as part of The Gutenberg Project. Here is the beginning and a section in the middle.  For more see the link at the bottom of this post. Page 2 Male.                Female. Young.   THE BIRD BOOK ILLUSTRATING IN NATURAL COLORS MORE THAN SEVEN HUNDRED NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS; ALSO SEVERAL HUNDRED PHOTOGRAPHS OF THEIR NESTS AND EGGS BY CHESTER A. REED, B. S. Garden City            New York DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 1915   Copyright, 1914, by CHARLES K. REED All rights reserved, including that of translation into foreign languages, including the Scandinavian. BARN OWL. TOPOGRAPHY OF A BIRD. [&hellip

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Book Birds, originally uploaded by photojenni. I have decided since I read books about birds quite frequently, I will start to review these books on birdyonmywindow. I think it’ll be fun to share with you books about birds worth reading. =) If you have any recommendations please contact me below. [contact-form 1 “Contact form 1&#

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If you cannot leave your house because of illness or some other circumstance—do not fret! You can still enjoy the birds. All you need is a window, the internet and perhaps the help of some camera-wielding friends. Here are ten  things you can do to bring the birds to you: Order a bird feeder or two and some food from an online store like Birds-Out-Back or Duncraft and have it delivered to you. I recommend a tube feeder and a hummingbird feeder to start — the birds will find them relatively quickly and they bring the most birds. They are also easy to maintain. You can also get deck mounts, porch or wall brackets etc. for easier placement—whatever you need. Ask a family member, friend [&hellip

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