[Tweeters] New National Geographic Field Guide

Ian Paulsen birdbooker at zipcon.net
Sun Nov 6 15:21:00 PST 2011


HI David et al.:
David wrote:
1)Connie Sidles latest volume, Second Nature, which includes
great photos. ON THE WAY TO ME!
2)The latest edtn of Finding Birds in SE Arizona, from Tucson Audubon
AGAIN ON THE WAY TO ME!
3) 1200 Miles by Horse & Burro: J.Stokely Ligon & New Mexico's First
Breeding Bird Survey
PUBLISHER DIDN'T SEND ME A REVIEWER'S COPY :-(
4)The Biggest Twitch: Around the World in 4000 Birds by Davies & Miller
DID THAT EARLIER THIS YEAR
and lastly a curious work called
5) Birds of North America & Greenland by Arlott (author of several curious
works)! DON'T BOTHER BRINGING IT DAVID, IT'S NOT VERY GOOD!
and if it arrives in time, there may be a display copy of David
Nunnallee's new work on Nw Butterflies and their host plants.
HERE'S A LINK TO THAT BOOK:
http://osupress.oregonstate.edu/book/life-histories-of-cascadia-butterflies

I just got in the 4th edition of Birds of Southern Africa, see here:

http://birdbookerreport.blogspot.com/2011/11/new-title_05.html

and the NEW Helm monograph Cotingas and Manakins has been making news in
the UK:

http://www.acblack.com/naturalhistory/Cotingas-and-Manakins/Guy-Kirwan-Graeme-Green/books/details/9780713660258


>From what I've seen of it, it looks great! The USA version is due out in

March 2012

sincerely
--

Ian Paulsen
Bainbridge Island, WA, USA
Visit my BIRDBOOKER REPORT blog here:
http://birdbookerreport.blogspot.com/



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