Hummingbird Books can help you identify various species of hummingbirds and learn all about their behavior.
Hummingbirds inspire an unmistakable sense of devotion and awe among bird lovers. Gardeners, too, love the company of hummingbirds, not only for their beauty, but also for their role as pollinators.
Brimming with astonishing facts, practical advice, and important ecological information, The Hummingbird Handbook is a must-have guide to attracting, understanding, and protecting hummingbirds.
From advice on feeders to planting and landscaping techniques that will have your garden whirring with tiny wings, lifelong birder John Shewey provides all you need to know to entice these delightful creatures.
An identification guide makes them easy to spot in the wild, with stunning photographs, details on plumage variations, and range maps showing habitats and migration patterns.
Need more joy in your life? Let this guide and nature's aerial jewels help you create a lively haven.
A pocket-size, brilliantly colorful, simple-to-use guide to hummingbirds, containing dozens of full-color photographs that enable readers of all ages to identify the most common species; range maps; tips on attracting hummingbirds, information on habitat needs, life cycle, food preferences; and much more.
With this comprehensive, beautifully illustrated guide, you'll find it easy to attract these tiny, jewel-like birds to your own yard. The Stokes Hummingbird Book provides all the information you need to bring hummingbirds up close, identify them, and understand their fascinating and varied behavior.
The tiny, winged gems we know as hummingbirds occur in the Americas and nowhere else. This guide presents familiar species in North and South America together with basic information on their color patterns, field marks and geographical ranges. Each species description includes, where-to look section with information on the most likely locations of spotting birds.