Birdpedia – Christopher W Leahy

Name: Birdpedia – Christopher W Leahy
Format: epub
Size: 9.28 MB

Title: Birdpedia
Author: Christopher W. Leahy
Language: English
Year: 2021
Subjects: N/A
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: ‎ 0691209669
Total pages: 273

A captivating A-Z treasury about birds and birding
Birdpedia is an engaging illustrated compendium of bird facts and birding lore. Featuring nearly 200 entries-on topics ranging from plumage and migration to birds in art, literature, and folklore-this enticing collection is brimming with wisdom and wit about all things avian.
Christopher Leahy sheds light on "hawk-watching," "twitching," and other rituals from the sometimes mystifying world of birding that entail a good deal more than their names imply. He explains what kind of bird’s nests you can eat, why mocking birds mock, and many other curiosities that have induced otherwise sane people to peer into treetops using outrageously expensive optical equipment. Leahy shares illuminating insights about pioneering ornithologists such as John James Audubon and Florence Bailey, and describes unique bird behaviors such as anting, caching, duetting, and mobbing. He discusses avian fossils, the…

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