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Northern California has recorded a total of 559 birds. Only two entire states have recorded more - Texas (606) and all of California (601). This book leads you to 81 prime birding areas, with 294 individual sites and 102 maps. Seasonal bar graphs are provided for regularly occurring species. A chapter on 'specialty birds' has range maps for 173 species, that both beginning and experienced birders will find of special interest.John Kemper has spent over forty years hiking, backpacking, and birding in California. He has been an educator most of his life, is active in the Audubon Society, and leads local birding field trips.
This book leads you to 81 prime birding areas, with 294 individual sites and 102 maps.
Where-to site guide to 81 of the best birding areas in Northern California including 294 individual sites and 102 maps.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 387-390) and index.