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Birds of Southwestern British Columbia Paperback – Nov 22 2011
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“This guidebook was created by someone who understands both birds and the needs of birdwatchers.” —Sandy Campbell, Canadian Book Review Annual(2005-01-05)
An ideal local reference. . . fits snugly into one hand while you flip through the colour-coded pages. . . A few moment's orientation with the system and you are ready to track down anything in southwestern British Columbia with feathers. . . Highly recommended. —Catherine Dook, The Boat Journal(2006-01-05)
Bird Watching 101. . . The information is useful and user-friendly. . . Among the plethora of birding guides, this excellent little book is the one to start your collection. —Trysh Ashby-Rolls, Island Tides(2006-01-06)
“It’s an easy book to recommend for either the beginner or the more sophisticated birder.” —Judie Steeves, Kelowna Capital News
About the Author
Richard Cannings is a renowned naturalist, conservationist, and lecturer on birds and bird habitats. He works as a consulting biologist assessing endangered species and organizing bird population surveys, and he can be heard on the CBC Radio 1 program BC Almanac as its regular birding expert. He is the author of Birds of Interior BC and the Rockies, An Enchantment of Birds, and The Rockies: A Natural History, and is co-author of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia and British Columbia: A Natural History. He lives in Penticton, BC.
Hal Opperman is the principal author of A Birder's Guide to Washington; co-author of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, Birds of the Puget Sound Region, and Birds of the Willamette Valley Region; and past editor of the Washington Ornithological Society's journal, Washington Birds. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
Tom Aversa is the co-author of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, Birds of the Puget Sound Region, and /i>Birds of the Willamette Valley Region. He is a records compiler for the Washington Ornithological Society and a member of the Washington Birds Records Committee. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
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