Easy to follow Birding Books for Beginners are great tools to start your "birding" hobby.
Bird watching is one of the most popular hobbies among the population.
It's as easy to start as walking out your front door!
"Bird Watching" can be enjoyed anywhere and almost everywhere. Birds can be found in your yard, on a hike or from you car.
Different species of birds can be found by visiting different environments such as forests or fields or streams. Some birds prefer tall trees, some like shrubs, others are along streams or open fields.
The best way to begin a "Bird Watching" hobby is to have a field guide to identify the different species.
Stan Tekiela's beginner's guide presents “how to” information on birding and includes an identification guide to over 50 common birds specific to Regions of the United States. Includes useful information on feed and feeders for the most common Midwest backyard birds.
These new volumes from National Geographic deliver in-depth information on every bird officially recorded in the specified area, with illustrated accounts of the different plumages and life stages, along with hundreds of color-coded range maps.
A full-color visual index, printed on the inside covers, makes the content accessible visually. Annotated artwork highlights birds' key physical features, making identification easier.
Thumb-tabs help readers find information fast. Durable covers stand up to outdoor use, with integrated quick-reference flaps that double as place-markers.
Field Guides to the Birds of Eastern & Western North America offer 750 regular species, 600 new range maps, 100 casual and accidental birds, and 55 rarities.