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Never before has such an extensive collection of western American bird sounds been made available to the birding public. I hope you will enjoy the sounds of these 552 species, including dozens of species and subspecies heard NOWHERE else. Birding from Brownsville, to Barrow, and in your own backyard will become a richer experience as you learn the sounds of these wonderful birds. The only species I hoped to present but could not were Mountain Plover, Sabine's gull, Cravieri's murrelet, and McKay's Bunting. (BTW the reviewer from OR will be relieved to know that the Red-naped Sapsucker voice was indeed labeled correctly, no mistaken ID.) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Kevin J. Colver has recorded the sounds of nature in digital clarity for many years. His personal collection of over 400 species of bird vocalizations was the foundation to which recordings from a team of noted international recordists were added to produce, by far, the most complete library of western American bird sounds ever published. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
A Xmas present to myself and well worth it. Very well done and I use it a lot to help me know what a bird is when I can't find it in the trees and shrubs though I can hear it.Published 4 months ago by me
A valuable addition to any birders library.
I found the format easy to use and the sounds clear and accurate. Read more
I own several bird identification books, this one is the best for the northwest region. My college zoology instructer recommended this to our class, and I was surprised at the... Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2003