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Description - Birding Colorado by Hugh Kingery

From prairies to peaktops, Colorado attracts an intriguing mix of birds, from Mountain Plovers to Rosy-Finches and Lazuli Buntings to Black Swifts. Birders from all over the country visit Colorado to see western and prairie specialties in scenic splendor. Birding Colorado lists likely birds at each site. A 15-page Appendix lists status and distribution of all the species recorded in the state.Take this book along as you visit treeless prairies in Pawnee National Grassland; cottonwood stream bottoms along the major rivers that rise in Colorado (North and South Platte, Republican, Arkansas, Rio Grande, San Juan, Colorado, and Yampa/Green); pinyon-clad mesas of southeastern and western Colorado; chasms, mesas, and mountains in four national parks (Black Canyon, Great Sand Dunes, Mesa Verde, and Rocky Mountain); marshes, ponds, and streams in four national wildlife refuges (Arapaho, Browns Park, Alamosa, and Monte Vista); incomparable mountain, mesa, and prairie highways and byways. Or simply use it for a day or two during a ski vacation, family outing, or urban visit.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780762739608
ISBN-10: 0762739606
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x 16mm)
Pages: 336
Imprint: Globe Pequot Press
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2007
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Hugh Kingery

Author Hugh Kingery has watched birds since age thirteen and participated in myriad activities connected with his avocation. He directed the research and edited publication of the Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas (1998). He has served as president of Denver Audubon Society, Denver Field Ornithologists, and the Colorado Mountain Club. He edited the C.F.O. Journal (Colorado Field Ornithologists) and Trail and Timberline, monthly magazine of the mountain club.