Lorimer Field Guide to 225 Ontario Birds

Jeffrey C. Domm

A concise, full-colour guide to Ontario's most common wild birds, with listings of the best birding hotspots from Point Pelee to Ottawa
Date Published :
April 2012
Publisher :
Lorimer
Contributor(s) :
Jeffrey C. Domm
Language:
English
Illustration :
400+ color illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781459400412
Pages : 288
Dimensions : 8.5 X 5.5 inches
Stock Status : Out of stock. Available in 6-8 weeks
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$24.95

Overview
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Birding is one of Canada's most popular outdoor activities. Identifying species at backyard feeders, in parks, fields, and forests is popular with young and old alike. And in parks, on shorelines, and in rural areas throughout Ontario, there are internationally recognized spots for seeing migrant and breeding birds, such as the tundra swan and the peregrine falcon.

This new edition of Jeff Domm's popular and successful field guide stands out from other leading bird guides with its simple visual presentation of a range of key facts, including:

• Identifying features of every species

• Frequency and seasonality info specific to southern Ontario

• Preferred feeder types

• Nesting details

• Egg identification

• 100+ top birding sites throughout southern Ontario, with locator maps

The Lorimer Field Guide to 225 Ontario Birds is a handy reference for beginners and a useful local guide for experienced birders.

About The Author
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JEFFREY C. DOMM has had a lifelong interest in nature and wildlife. Over the past two decades he has illustrated more than 20 wildlife books, including the bestselling Formac Pocketguide to Nova Scotia Birds series. He lives and works close to the shores of Halifax Harbour, in the village of Cow Bay, Nova Scotia.

JEFFREY C. DOMM has had a lifelong interest in nature and wildlife. Over the past two decades he has illustrated more than 20 wildlife books, including the bestselling Formac Pocketguide to Nova Scotia Birds series. He lives and works close to the shores of Halifax Harbour, in the village of Cow Bay, Nova Scotia.

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