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by Dennis Paulson,Jim Erckmann

Download Shorebirds of the Pacific Northwest ePub
  • ISBN 0295972335
  • ISBN13 978-0295972336
  • Language English
  • Author Dennis Paulson,Jim Erckmann
  • Publisher University of Washington Press; Edition Unstated edition (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages 406
  • Formats docx mobi rtf lrf
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Nature and Ecology
  • Size ePub 1527 kb
  • Size Fb2 1397 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 644

Identifies over sixty species of shorebirds found between British Columbia and western Montana, discussing behavior, habitat, and molting patterns

by Dennis Paulson (Author), Jim Erckmann (Illustrator).

by Dennis Paulson (Author), Jim Erckmann (Illustrator). Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase. I've just started into this book, recommended by one of our state's very highly regarded birders - Ryan Merrill. It's very well written and is packed with helpful information. I think it's out of print, but don't let that dissuade you from getting it.

Dennis Paulson, Jim Erckmann (Illustrator). The Pacific Northwest is a shorebird haven. Its temperate protected estuaries provide sustenance for great flocks of shorebirds through the winter, and the wave-washed rocks and sandy coastal beaches are rest stops for hundreds, thousands, even millions of shorebirds moving up and down the Northwest coast, year after year. Shorebirds of the Pacific Northwest embraces an ar The Pacific Northwest is a shorebird haven.

By: Dennis Paulson(Author), Jim Erckmann(Illustrator). 406 pages, 100 col photos, 62 b/w drawings, figs, tabs. Publisher: University of Washington Press. Covers the area from southern British Columbia - from the latitude of the north tip of Vancouver Island - through Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and western Montana. Provides details and photographs of 61 documented and 18 potential shorebird species. Field, Identification Guide Out of Print. By: Dennis Paulson(Author), Jim Erckmann(Illustrator).

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Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Jim Erckmann (illustrator). Unclipped dust jacket had mylar cover since purchase. Book cover, like new, Inside unread. no markings or writing. Paulson has carefully compiled the latest information about characteristics of sixty-one documented and eighteen potential shorebird species of the area. Illustrated with full-color photographs. Photos gladly provided upon request.

Personal Name: Paulson, Dennis R. Publication, Distribution, et. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. Vancouver . UBC Press, (c)1993. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Shorebirds of the Pacific Northwest, Dennis Paulson ; drawings by Jim Erckmann.

The Pacific Northwest is a shorebird haven

The Pacific Northwest is a shorebird haven. Its temperate protectedestuaries provide sustenance for great flocks of shorebirds through thewinter, and the wave-washed rocks and sandy coastal beaches are reststops for hundreds, thousands, even millions of shorebirds moving upand down the Northwest coast, year after year.

by Dennis R. Paulson. Published 1993 by UBC Press in Vancouver. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Shorebirds of the Pacific Northwest. the book gives general overview to biology, migration, population, and related topics of "shorebirds" in general; restricted range map given for the 28 highlighted species. Shorebirds of Kerala. 1993, 406pp, ISBN: 0295972335.

Rare Birds of the Pacific Northwest is a book in Prey: Mooncrash. Welcome to the Pacific Northwest and to the nearly 400 species of feathered friends you'll be able to see here! If you're. Welcome to the Pacific Northwest and to the nearly 400 species of feathered friends you'll be able to see here! If you're as passionate as I am, make sure to keep a set of binoculars and this guide book handy. Not every bird is as recognizable as a male Surf Scoter and I'll teach you bird anatomy and detailed identification methods.

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JoldGold
I've just started into this book, recommended by one of our state's very highly regarded birders -- Ryan Merrill. It's very well written and is packed with helpful information. I think it's out of print, but don't let that dissuade you from getting it. There's nothing out of date about it.
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Snowseeker
Fantastic. But, I wouldn't expect anything less from Dennis Paulson.
FreandlyMan
Packed with valuable info. Great photo comparisons too.
Frei
The book came in when it was supposed to and the seller was very good at packing the book as it arrived in great condition. Otherwise, as far as the content of the book, I was disappointed in the fact that there were not as many pictures as I expected; however, this is not the seller's fault but the publisher's.
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