Book review: Shorebirds of North America: the photographic guide
As stated in the preface of this new guide, shorebirds are among our most engaging birds. Their ecology and behavior are the subjects of numerous ornithological studies, their identification can challenge the skills of the most serious birdwatchers, and people with a casual interest in birds are captivated by the antics of Sanderlings (Calidris alba) chasing waves along a beach. While some books provide a worldwide perspective on shorebird identification, this book is the first guide devoted solely to identifying every species occurring in North America. Its coverage is truly continental, extending from Alaska to Panama and including the West Indies.
Review info: Shorebirds of North America: the photographic guide. By Dennis R. Paulson, 2005. ISBN: 0691102740, 384 pp.
Additional publication details
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Book review: Shorebirds of North America: the photographic guide|
|Series title||The Wilson Bulletin|
|Publisher||The Wilson Ornithological Society|
|Contributing office(s)||Patuxent Wildlife Research Center|