Next to a guide to bird identification, the birder’s most important reference is a regional bird book listing the species that have been found in the area and telling when, where and how frequently they occur. That is the role of this annotated bird list – to help observers know when and where to expect each species, and allow them to put their observations into context, recognizing which ones are normal and which are unusual because of location or season.
Authors: David Christie, Brian Dalzell, Marcel David, Robert Dorion, Donald Gibson, Mike Lushington, Peter Pearce, Stuart Tingley & James Wilson
Format: Paperback with Wire Binding
Publisher: The New Brunswick Museum
Published Date: 2004
# of Pages: 84
This book is also available in English.