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Wild about Michigan Birds

Wild about Michigan Birds

Author: Adele Porter
Publisher: Adventure Publications
ISBN: 1591932327
Pages: 200
Year: 2009-03-01
Teaches facts about seventy species of birds, including identification tips, songs and calls, life cycle, migration patterns, and favorite foods.
Wild About Michigan Birds

Wild About Michigan Birds

Author: Adele Porter
Publisher: Adventure Publications(MN)
ISBN: 1591934508
Pages: 200
Year: 2014-04-29
Share the fun of bird watching with the whole family! Wild About Michigan Birds satisfies our adult curiosity about birds and is written to include youth, fostering a love of nature for all ages. The vivid photographs and convenient format will have wildlife fans of every generation flipping through the pages with each sighting. For family-friendly activities and classroom learning, this book is a must-have for anyone who appreciates the outdoors. You'll reach for Wild About Michigan Birds again and again.
Birds of Michigan Field Guide

Birds of Michigan Field Guide

Author: Stan Tekiela
Publisher: Bird Identification Guides
ISBN: 1591939003
Pages: 320
Year: 2019-04-09
This updated field guide features full-color photographs and information, organized by color, to help readers quickly and easily identify the Michigan birds they see.
Montana Birds

Montana Birds

Author: Caleb Putnam, Gregory Kennedy
Publisher: Lone Pine Pub. International
ISBN: 1551054639
Pages: 176
Year: 2005
An illustrated, compact guide profiles 150 of Montana's most abundant or notable bird species and includes range maps, a quick reference guide that is organized into color-coded family groupings, and a map of the state's best birding sites. Original.
Birds of Michigan

Birds of Michigan

Author: Ted Black, Charles Black, Gregory Kennedy
Publisher: Lone Pine Pub
ISBN: 1551053365
Pages: 360
Year: 2003
Learn about 320 of Michigan's most abundant or notable bird species. Full-color illustrations complement detailed accounts that cover habitat, nesting, feeding, voice, best sites for viewing and similar species and include a range map. A Quick Reference Guide organizes the species into color-coded family groupings. The book also includes a glossary of terms, checklist, appendix of accidental species and separate indexes for scientific and common names.
Wild about Wisconsin Birds

Wild about Wisconsin Birds

Author: Adele Porter
Publisher: Adventure Publications
ISBN: 159193091X
Pages: 200
Year: 2009-03-01
Teaches facts about seventy species of birds native to Wisconsin, including identification tips, songs and calls, life cycle, migration patterns, and favorite foods.
Wild Bird Photography

Wild Bird Photography

Author: Tim Gallagher
Publisher: Lyons Press
ISBN: 1558213104
Pages: 138
Year: 1993-12
From getting to the right place with the right equipment to experienced tips on stalking.
The Wild Birds

The Wild Birds

Author: Emily Strelow
Publisher: Rare Bird Books, a Barnacle Book
ISBN: 1945572752
Pages: 248
Year: 2018-03
Cast adrift in 1870s San Francisco after the death of her mother, a girl named Olive disguises herself as a boy and works as a lighthouse keeper's assistant on the Farallon Islands to escape the dangers of a world unkind to young women. In 1941, nomad Victor scours the Sierras searching for refuge from a home to which he never belonged. And in the present day, precocious fifteen year-old Lily struggles, despite her willfulness, to find a place for herself amongst the small town attitudes of Burning Hills, Oregon. Living alone with her hardscrabble mother Alice compounds the problem--though their unique relationship to the natural world ties them together, Alice keeps an awful secret from her daughter, one that threatens to ignite the tension growing between them. Emily Strelow's mesmerizing debut stitches together a sprawling saga of the feral Northwest across farmlands and deserts and generations: an American mosaic alive with birdsong and gunsmoke, held together by a silver box of eggshells--a long-ago gift from a mother to her daughter. Written with grace, grit, and an acute knowledge of how the past insists upon itself, The Wild Birds is a radiant and human story about the shelters we find and make along our crooked paths home.
Birds of Ohio

Birds of Ohio

Author: James S. McCormac, Gregory Kennedy, Jim McCormac
Publisher: Lone Pine Pub
ISBN: 1551053926
Pages: 360
Year: 2004
An outstanding field guide that features 342 of the state's most abundant or notable bird species. Each account includes an accurate, full-color illustration and a range map, as well as detailed information on habitat, nesting, feeding, voice, similar s
American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Michigan

American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Michigan

Author: Allen T. Chartier
Publisher: American Birding Association S
ISBN: 1935622676
Pages: 368
Year: 2018-05
From the green suburbs, farm fields, and parks of the lower peninsula to the subboreal forests of the upper peninsula, to the thousands of miles of shoreline along four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan has it all for birds and for birders. The American Birding Association Field Guide to Birds of Michigan covers 300 species with over 550 color images of birds in nature along with detailed identification text including preferred habitats, behaviors, vocalizations, and when and where to see them. Written by expert Michigan birder Allen T. Chartier and filled with gorgeous color images by Brian E. Small, this new guide is the perfect companion for anyone interested in learning more about the natural history and diversity of Michigan's bird life.
The Bird-while

The Bird-while

Author: Keith Taylor
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 0814342418
Pages: 96
Year: 2017-02-06
“A Bird-while. In a natural chronometer, a Bird-while may be admitted as one of the metres, since the space most of the wild birds will allow you to make your observations on them when they alight near you in the woods, is a pretty equal and familiar measure” (Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Journal, 1838). Without becoming didactic or pedantic about the spiritual metaphor hidden in the concept of the “bird-while,” Keith Taylor’s collection evokes certain Eastern meditative poets who often wrote in an aphoristic style of the spirit or the mind mirroring specific aspects of the natural world. The Bird-while is a collection of forty-nine poems that meditate on the nature—both human and non-human—that surrounds us daily. Taylor is in the company of naturalist poets such as Gary Snyder and Mary Oliver—poets who often drew from an Emersonian sensibility to create art that awakens the mind to its corresponding truths in the natural world. The book ranges from the longer poem to the eight line, unrhymed stanza similar to that of the T'ang poet Han-Shan. And without section breaks to reinforce the passing of time, the collection creates greater fluidity of movement from one poem to the next, as if there is no beginning or end, only an eternal moment that is suspended on the page. Tom Pohrt’s original illustrations are scattered throughout the text, adding a stunning visual element to the already vivid language. The book moves from the author’s travel accounts to the destruction of the natural world, even species extinction, to more hopeful poems of survival and the return of wildness. The natural rhythm is at times marred by the disturbances of the twenty-first century that come blaring into these meditations, as when a National Guard jet rumbles over the treeline upsetting a hummingbird, and yet, even the hummingbird is able to regain its balance and continue as before. At its core, Taylor’s collection is a reminder of Emerson’s idea that natural facts are symbols of spiritual facts. These well-crafted poems will be easily accessible to any literary audience, with a more particular attraction to readers of contemporary poetry sensitive to the marriage of an Eastern sensibility with contemporary American settings and scenes.
Birds of Prey of the Midwest Field Guide

Birds of Prey of the Midwest Field Guide

Author: Stan Tekiela
Publisher: Adventure Publications
ISBN: 1591932475
Pages: 188
Year: 2010-05-05
Identifying birds of prey is easier than ever! This field guide features Midwest birds of prey only - all of the hawks, eagles, falcons, kites, vultures and owls found in the Midwest. Organized for efficient use, the book offers fact-filled information that's accessible for beginners but informative for more experienced birders. Stunning photos, naturalist information, interesting gee-whiz facts and a Quick-Compare section help to make watching raptors more enjoyable, informative and productive.
Birds of Ohio

Birds of Ohio

Author: Stan Tekiela
Publisher: Adventure Publications
ISBN: 159193060X
Pages: 273
Year: 2004
Make bird watching in Ohio even more enjoyable! With this field guide, bird identification is simple and informative. There's no need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in Ohio. This book features 111 species of Ohio birds, organized by color for ease of use. Do you see a yellow bird and don't know what it is? Go to the yellow section to find out. Fact-filled information, a compare feature, range maps and detailed photographs help to ensure that you positively identify the birds that you see.
For the Love of Birds

For the Love of Birds

Author: Kay Charter
Publisher:
ISBN: 0970091710
Pages: 197
Year: 2000

The Double-Crested Cormorant

The Double-Crested Cormorant

Author: Dennis Wild
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 047202812X
Pages: 248
Year: 2012-02-08
This is the story of the survival, recovery, astonishing success, and controversial status of the double-crested cormorant. After surviving near extinction driven by DDT and other contaminants from the 1940s through the early 1970s, the cormorant has made an unprecedented comeback from mere dozens to a population in the millions, bringing the bird again into direct conflict with humans. Hated for its colonial nesting behavior; the changes it brings to landscapes; and especially its competition with commercial and sports fishers, fisheries, and fish farmers throughout the Great Lakes and Mississippi Delta regions, the cormorant continues to be persecuted by various means, including the shotgun. In The Double-Crested Cormorant, Dennis Wild brings together the biological, social, legal, and international aspects of the cormorant's world to give a complete and balanced view of one of the Great Lakes' and perhaps North America's most misunderstood species. In addition to taking a detailed look at the complex natural history of the cormorant, the book explores the implications of congressional acts and international treaties, the workings and philosophies of state and federal wildlife agencies, the unrelenting efforts of aquaculture and fishing interests to "cull" cormorant numbers to "acceptable" levels, and the reactions and visions of conservation groups. Wild examines both popular preconceptions about cormorants (what kinds of fish they eat and how much) and the effectiveness of ongoing efforts to control the cormorant population. Finally, the book delves into the question of climate and terrain changes, their consequences for cormorants, the new territories to which the birds must adapt, and the conflicts this species is likely to face going forward.