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By Sharon Stiteler

ISBN-10: 0762448326

ISBN-13: 9780762448326

Fowl looking at is without doubt one of the most well liked spare time activities in the United States, and 1,001 secrets and techniques each chicken Watcher should still Know is the 1st photographic consultant and truth publication written in a funny conversational tone that appeals to each age and ability point. Replete with sound details, 1,001 secrets and techniques will disclose many birding myths: a bald eagle can't hold off a four-month previous child, and crows don't pass sledding for fun.

This available consultant contains enjoyable evidence, comparable to the place definite birds bought their names, how birds consume, how they discover a existence companion, and the way they construct a house for the chicks. different precious details contains identity advice, migration styles, and the place the simplest birding holiday spots are. choked with full-color pictures, 1,001 secrets and techniques each chicken Watcher may still Know is a enjoyable, informative learn for each poultry watcher.

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