Item description for Birds of Florida by Bill Pranty, Kurt Radamaker & Gregory Kennedy...
Two renowned Florida birders share their expertise and passion in this wonderful field guide to more than 300 species of birds found in the Sunshine State. Each account features comprehensive information on the species and full-color illustrations.
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Studio: Lone Pine Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.25" Height: 8.5" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2006
Publisher Lone Pine Publishing
ISBN 9768200065 ISBN13 9789768200068
Availability 9 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 23, 2017 04:16.
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More About Bill Pranty, Kurt Radamaker & Gregory Kennedy
Pranty has lived in FL since 1978. Bill works for Archbold biological Station in central FL and has authored or co-authored more than 150 articles and reports on florida's avifauna.
Reviews - What do customers think about Birds of Florida?
Must have Florida bird book Feb 28, 2008
Birds of Florida This is not the first book you will pick up to ID a bird. The illustrations in Peterson's or Sibley's are better. This book is about the birds we see every day in Florida. The written text is excellent giving you the what when where and how of the bird. It will guide you if you are searching for a new bird or just want to know everything about the bird. For instance if you see a Black Skimmer lying on the beach and looking dead it is actually roosting. This is a bird that lays its head down to sleep. The text is very easy reading and interesting and you want to just sit down and read it from cover to cover.
Birds of Florida May 14, 2007
A well illustrated book but not as complete as Peterson's Birds of Eastern and Central North America. Would make an interesting addition as a reference book but would not recommend it as one's only book on Florida birds.