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Download Birds of Oregon: A General Reference ePub
  • ISBN 0870711822
  • ISBN13 978-0870711824
  • Language English
  • Author David Marshall
  • Publisher Oregon State University Press; First P.B Edition edition (September 15, 2006)
  • Pages 752
  • Formats lrf lrf azw docx
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Nature and Ecology
  • Size ePub 1143 kb
  • Size Fb2 1625 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 212

This comprehensive reference to the approximately five hundred bird species known to occur in the state combines current information on the population status and distribution of each species with details of their habitats and life histories. The definitive source for Oregon ornithology, it provides interested citizens with a basic understanding of Oregon's rich bird life, and serves as an invaluable reference for birders and wildlife professionals. This new paperback edition includes an annotated list of species that have been added to the official state bird list since the book was first published in 2003.

Birds of Oregon: A Genera. has been added to your Cart. The encyclopedia of Oregon birds includes not only information about the bird's presence in Oregon but its life and behavior as well as ID specifics

Birds of Oregon: A Genera. The encyclopedia of Oregon birds includes not only information about the bird's presence in Oregon but its life and behavior as well as ID specifics. I use it to learn more about a bird that I admire or why a bird is in my neighbor's yard but not in mine or where I need to look for a certain species. The must-have companion to this is the Handbook of Oregon Birds which gives exact expected arrival/departure dates of species.

This list of Oregon birds lists wild bird species found in the . Marshall, David . Hunter, Matthew . Contreras, Alan L. (2006). Birds of Oregon: A General Reference. Oregon State University Press. state of Oregon and accepted by the Oregon Bird Records Committee (OBRC). As of November 2018, there are 537 species on the list. Eight species have been introduced to Oregon or elsewhere in North America and three have been extirpated from the state.

Birds of Oregon book. Birds of Oregon is the first complete reference work on Oregon's birds to be published since Gabrielson and Jewett's landmark book in 1940.

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Birds of Oregon" is the first complete reference work on Oregon's birds to be published since Gabrielson and Jewett's landmark book in 1940. A separate chapter covers extirpated and questionable species as well as those which have been introduced but have not become established. Oregon is long overdue.

Birds of Oregon is the first complete reference work on Oregon's birds to be published since Gabrielson and Jewett's landmark book in 1940.

Conservation strategy for land- birds of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon and Washington, version . Forty-second supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Conservation strategy for landbirds in the northern Rocky Mountains of eastern Oregon and Washington, version . Atlas of Oregon, 2nd ed.

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DD Roby, DP Craig, K Collis, SL Adamany. Oregon Department of Fisheries and Wildlife; Columbia River Inter-Triba. 1998. DB Marshall, MG Hunter, and A. 2003. An experimental analysis of nest predation in western coniferous forests: a focus on the role of corvids. University of Colorado, 1997.

Flora, Fauna Distribution Atlas. 752 pages, Illus, maps. Publisher: Oregon State University Press.

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Naril
The encyclopedia of Oregon birds includes not only information about the bird's presence in Oregon but its life and behavior as well as ID specifics. It is in-depth and thorough, providing a wealth of Oregon detail not available in regional or national references. I use it to learn more about a bird that I admire or why a bird is in my neighbor's yard but not in mine or where I need to look for a certain species. The must-have companion to this is the Handbook of Oregon Birds which gives exact expected arrival/departure dates of species.
Nicearad
My copy looks so used,well beyond"normal wear" that people comment on how I must have been birding for a long time. Its a wreck because I'm always grabbing for it when I least expect it. While I'm cooking or brushing my teeth,times like this that an unknown bird perches momentarily on my feeder or by the bushes. Quick! Quick! Where's THE BOOK!
This is the best first book ever. Rather than pictures of birds,each bird gets at least one if not more sketches. They give you the most important identifiers and let you sketch in the rest. Much better that trying to match painting or picture for picture,bird for blueprint.Each bird has more written about it too that helps you get interested in that particular bird and what makes it memorable.
Ricep
Love this book! It is very well written and organized in a way that makes sense. The descriptions and pictures of the birds are top notch. I would highly recommend this book for identifying Oregon birds.
RUL
This is a terrific reference book. Condition was a little poorer than expected, but worth the price to me.
Morlurne
I bought this book based on the reviews, and they could not be more correct. The book is amazing, it f=gives you the distribution of the birds, it is really easy to use, and it has a lo of information of each specie, and for an amateur birder like me, that is awesome!
Gralinda
My parents loved that I got this book so inexpensively, and they use it to identify birds in their backyard. Really nice feel to this book; it's smooth and weighty.
Washington
Bought if for my husband who saw it (and loved it) at a friends home. He is an excellent birder.
This is a great resource. I like especially the maps that verify if the bird you're looking for inhabits particular regions of the state and when. Good illustrations and solid information on every page. I love this book.