Autumn, winter, sprint, or summer—any season is good for bird watching and bird feeding. For birds almost always have hearty appetites, and one of the best ways of watching them is by building a feeder where they can stop to eat.
Follow the seasons with Dr. Blough in this new science nature book while he discusses bird menus, bird feeders, bird migrations, bird banding, and the equipment needed by the beginning ornithologist. He tells what to look for and points the way to wonderful discoveries that can be made about birds if you listen carefully, get as close as you can, look as long as you can, and see as much as you can.
Jeanne Bendick's brightly colored drawings make identification of the birds of the fifty states and many others more simple and more fun too.