Jan 25, 2018 in Informative

Sourses of Birds

Arnold, Caroline. Birds: nature's magnificent flying machines. Massachusetts: Charlesbridge Publishing, 2003. Print

Through her work and love of avian life, Caroline expounds on the mechanics of bird flight. In addition, it explains the types of wings as used as survival tool.

Brown, Leslie et al. The Birds of Africa. San Diego. Academic Press, 2004. Print

This extensive book covers more than 340 species of birds from Africa.

Doherty, Gilian. Birds. London: Usborne, 2001. Print

Doherty looks into the amazing powers of flights of birds. The author also displays elaborate courtship and the incredible nesting abilities of birds.

Henkes, Kevin and Dronzek, Laura. Birds. New York: Greenwillow Books, 2009. Illustrated  

Through the art of painting and their love for birds, the two authors give an overview to children in understanding about birds. Dronzek is a painter and adds the artwork to the book.

Maclean, Gordon. The ecophysiology of desert birds. London: Springer, 1996. Print

This book draws together the different researches done on the diversity of birds living in extreme conditions. Extensive focus goes to the arid region in this book.

Patten, Michael, McCaskie, Guy and Unitt, Philip. Birds of the Salton Sea: status, biogeography, and ecology. California: University of California Press, 2003. Print

This book provides information about the spectacular bird population in the Salton Sea, California. It is among the most concentrated and diverse inland lake in the world.

Perkins, Simon and National Audubon Society. Familiar birds of sea and shore.Maryland:Knopf, 1994. Print

With great knowledge and passion for birds, Perkins provides a guide to a variety of sea birds each with its facts.

Peterson, Roger, Alden, Peter and Sill, John. Birds. New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2003. Print

From a group of scientists who love biology, nature, and definitely birds, this book is a good field guide giving enjoyable way to learn about birds. Drawings accompany brief descriptions of the particular birds.

Scott, Brian. Attracting and feeding wild birds. New Jersey: TFH Publications, 2006. Print

This book offers tips on types of foods, foliage, and seeds that attract birds especially to the homestead backyards.

Thomas, J. Nancy et al. Infectious diseases of wild birds. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2007. Print

Birds also encounter pathogenic microorganisms, which can be significant to other animal population or even human health. This book gives attention to diseases of birds and zoonotic diseases related to birds.


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