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Birds (Anglais) Broché – 31 décembre 1987

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Book by Zim Herbert S Gabrielson Ira N

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  • Broché: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Golden Books Publishing Company, Inc.; Édition : Rev&Updtd (31 décembre 1987)
  • Collection : Golden Guides
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0307240533
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307240538
  • Dimensions du produit: 10,2 x 0,9 x 15,2 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Par 2nimm TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS sur 13 mars 2011
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
petit livret broché format carte postale décrivant 129 des espèces les plus courantes nord-américaines; après une vingtaine de pages de généralités, chaque espèce est décrite sur une page avec une très belle gravure couleur occupant la moitié de l'espace; le court texte est accompagné d'une carte de répartition; en fin d'ouvrage, tableaux chiffrés et noms scientifiques; très compact mais trop ancien et incomplet pour être mis dans la valise avant de prendre l'avion
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44 internautes sur 45 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A good guide for beginners. 19 octobre 2000
Par sauerkraut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This was either the first or second guide that I started out with when I was very young. I will always have respect for it. It contains full-color drawings of the most common birds that a person is likely to see. A total of 129 of the most common American birds is included. Text and range maps are also included in this pocket-sized guide. The drawings display spring plumages of adult male birds, and normally females or young if they are very different. The text is good and gives the common name, length, description, behavior, verbal descriptions of vocalizations, and sometimes abundance. The text also points out the differences between males and females, and related birds that are similar. This guide contains some nice introductory information. Some of the information deals with how to use the guide, how to identify birds, equipment, where to look, bird classification, and attracting birds. There are also two illustrations that detail the parts of a bird. I find all of the drawings throughout this guide to be pretty good. Most of the drawings share the same page as the text and range map, but a few of the drawings are on the right page, while the text and range maps are on the left page. This guide has some very useful information that is located in the back. For each bird that is illustrated, there is information dealing with migration, eggs, nests, and feeding habits. The back of the guide also contains a listing of scientific names for the birds illustrated and an index. I used to take this guide out with me when I first started birdwatching. I still have the older and also the newer edition. Whenever I would identify a particular species of bird, I would write all of the important information about it on the page. Even though I don't take this guide into the field anymore, it's not because I don't like it. I feel confident with the organization, drawings, and information; however, this guide does not contain all of the birds of North America--only the common ones. That aside, I still think that this guide is a good choice and starting point for beginners.
22 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A great guide for beginning birders and children 28 avril 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This was either the first or second bird guide I ever owned. It's a birding guide that contains the most common species of birds that you'll see. The maps are good, the drawings are excellent, and the information on each bird is great. Greater starter guide for beginners and children.
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A nice way to introduce kids to birding... 24 février 2001
Par Laura Haggarty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
My kids find the Fandex format easy to use, and the information on them accessible. We have several, and they're fun for all of us to use together.
This Fandex covers a number of wild birds of North America. Each page has a large photo of the bird in question, its Latin name, a description of it, and the following Field Note categories: Habitat; Range; Diet; Nest; Eggs; and Status. Mind you, this is not a scientific, adult field guide, but a fun way to introduce children to the joys of birding.
The only quibble I have about these decks is that sometimes when they're completely fanned out, the edges of the illustrations get caught up in each other, making it hard to close them properly. But other than that, they're cute, informative, and a nice format for kids.
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I love these Fandex Guides! 25 février 2000
Par Wendy Gunn DeHaan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A fantastic "quick & dirty" reference tool! The PERFECT aid for persons in the online auction selling business. For example, I had a lovely antique plate that I wanted to put up for auction. This particular plate featured a bird sitting in a tree. I got out my trusty Fandex Bird Guide and there it was ... a Yellow Warbler. I then got out my equally trusty Fandex Tree Guide and there it was ... the Downy Hawthorne Tree. Therefore, instead of describing my treasure as a plain ol' "Bird Sitting in Tree - Plate", I was able to give it the justice it deserved and described it as a "Lovely Yellow Warbler Nesting Atop a Downy Hawthorne Branch - Plate".
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Guides for the Rest of Us 10 janvier 2007
Par Victor A. Gallis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I don't suppose dedicated birders would have much use for this guide, but for those of us who think it would be fun to be able to name the birds that live in or migrate through our neighborhoods, this is a wonderful resource. For the parent with curious children, Herbert S. Zim's guides are indispensable.

These hip-pocket sized books are nicely designed and simple enough so that children can use them on their own after just a little guidance. At the same time, though, they offer plenty of solid information. The illustrations are clear, copious, and attractive.

If you are looking for a basic guide to common birds, this is a perfect choice. Also, be sure to see the other Golden Guides by Herbert S. Zim.
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