Peterson Reference Guide To Birding By Impression: A Different Approach To Knowing And Identifying Birds (Peterson Reference Guides)
A highly visual guide to identifying birds in the field based on the important, unchanging features of size, shape, structure, and behaviorBirding is an extremely rewarding and fun hobby, but some situations can be frustrating or unsuccessful because of a variety of challenging viewing conditions. This guide to identifying birds offers the holistic “birding by impression” method, which not only he...
Series: Peterson Reference Guides
Hardcover: 304 pages
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (May 5, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.8 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 608774
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“It's a welcome addition to advanced birding. I do not believe any false claims about the content were made. It is not going to include every bird in North America. We have field guides for that. In the Peterson series, there is a recent book on pluma...”
ps with these difficult conditions, but also develops an efficient mental identification process using left- and right-brain skills. It begins with a conscious assessment of a bird’s unchanging physical characteristics, including general size, body shape, structural features (bill, legs, neck, and wings), and behavior. Using this approach, birders can quickly assess all birds and distinguish new and uncommon species from familiar ones. They can then examine more detailed field marks to fine-tune the identification. Rather than a traditional field guide, this book presents an interactive how-to approach to a more complete identification process.