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birds of Arizona

Allan R Phillips

birds of Arizona

by Allan R Phillips

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds -- Arizona

  • Edition Notes

    Recat. (cop 1) ; Gift - Mrs. G. North (cop. 2)

    Statementby Allan Phillips, Joe Marshall [and] Gale Monson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL684 A6 P5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination212 p. :
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14783154M

    Arizona is renowned as a premier birding state, a place where many species rarely seen anywhere else in the country reach the northern end of their migratory range. Jim Burns’ Arizona Birds is a lively portrayal of the habits and habitats of seventy-five of these unique southwestern species. Arizona Birds solicits papers that are useful to amateur field ornithologists and also contribute significantly to scientific literature.. The journal welcomes contributions from both professionals and amateurs. Appropriate topics include distribution, status, identification, geographic variation, migration, population dynamics, and ecological needs of birds.

    Spreading north through Mexico, they did not reach Arizona until Even today they are closely associated with water, living near riversides, ponds, irrigated farmland, or watered lawns. Sociable birds, they nest in colonies and sleep in large communal roosts, where their cacophonous voices make them a little too conspicuous for some tastes. AZ-Birding: Arizona's Most Skilled Professional Birding Guides. This site will put you in direct contact with Arizona’s most skilled professional guides, letting you take advantage of their expertise and their experience in your search for this exciting region’s avian specialties.

    Get this from a library! The birds of Arizona. [Allan R Phillips; Joe T Marshall; Gale Monson] -- Describes over species. Includes background on the natural history of the region, records of sightings, and distribution maps. Many illustrations. Birds of the Mountain Streams. On summer hikes along the banks of mountain streams at the higher elevations, through stands of ponderosa pines and aspens, you will discover that "A tremendous number of birds – large and small, silent and noisy – find a congenial home in the forests of the West," as Spencer Whitney said in Western Forests, one of The Audubon Society Nature Guides.


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