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  • Published: Cambridge, Minn. : Adventure Pub. Inc., c2004.
  • Year Published: 2004
  • Edition: 2nd ed.
  • Description: xix, 272 p. : col. ill. ; 16 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • 159193043X :


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Birds of Michigan : field guide

by Tekiela, Stan.

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Includes index.

"Companion to Birds of Michigan audio CD."--Cover.

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there are so many different kinds of birds in the book. The creepy bird was the vulture

I see a bird...

I find it here and check it off. Harder to do than the wildflowers, but still very useful and handy.


Helpful little guide (small enough to stick in a pocket) for identifying birds. Makes sense that the author chose to order the book by grouping birds of similar color, since that's often one of the first things someone notices while looking at birds, but I wish there was multiple indices so that you could look up birds by type (all the raptors, all the waterfowl, all the ground birds, etc.) or by other identifying characteristics (like indices on birds that nest on the ground or make platform nest; or grouping birds by relative size).

Birds of Michigan

Borrowed a copy from a friend once, I found it really helpful. Use this some day. It's really helpful.
( Secret for Bird Lovers Only: Get the SECOND book with a CD with the calls of the birds in the first book.)

-Dedication to Audrey 3rd grade

Nice and compact

One thing I really like about this series is that they're compact so you don't need a huge backpack to carry them. It can get a bit heavy if you try to carry the guidebook for birds, mammals, trees, wildflowers and reptiles/amphibians all at once, but it can be worth it if you don't want to carry a large backpack just to fit them all in.

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