Written by Marshall Brooks, Mark Johns and Carolina Bird Club members. Brooks, a professor at North Carolina Wesleyan College, conducts Breeding Bird Surveys, monitors migration and is a licensed bander. Johns is the Partners in Flight biologist for the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
“Birding North Carolina” contains 44 chapters, each discussing an important birding area of North Carolina. In addition to telling the reader what the key species are and the best times of the year to bird at each location, every chapter contains information on where to stay, what hazards might be at each location, and other practical information such as where to find gas and food. Proceeds from sales will go toward bird conservation projects throughout North Carolina.
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