Make bird watching even more enjoyable! With Stan Tekiela's famous field guide, bird identification is simple and informative. There's no need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in your area. This book features 134 species of Wyoming birds--including birds in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks--organized by color for ease of use. Do you see a yellow bird and don't know what it is? Go to the yellow section to find out. Fact-filled information, a compare feature, range maps and detailed photographs help to ensure that you positively identify the birds that you see. Book Features 134 species--only birds of Wyoming, Yellowstone and Grand Teton Easy-to-use color guide Full-page photographs with corresponding full-page of species details Stan's Notes, including naturalist information and gee-whiz facts
Author: Hal H. Harrison
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date: 2001-09-30
The nests and eggs of all the common birds found west of the Mississippi are covered in detail - 520 species in all. More than 400 photographs show the nests and eggs in their typical habitats. Descriptive text includes color, shape, and number of eggs for each species, plus information on nesting materials, construction, and dimensions.
Author: James Kavanagh
Release Date: 2017-03-14
The Wyoming Nature Set offers the best in wildlife and plant identification for The Equality State. The set includes three Pocket Naturalist Guides to Wyoming, Trees & Wildflowers, Birds, and Wildlife, and is attractively packaged in an acetate bag. The beautifully illustrated folding guides highlight well over 300 familiar and unique species and include ecoregion maps featuring prominent wildlife-viewing areas and botanical sanctuaries. Laminated for durability, Pocket Naturalist Guides are lightweight, pocket-sized sources of portable information and ideal for field use by novices and experts alike. Made in the USA.
Featuring the unique Peterson Identification System, a guide to more than 1,000 birds from 700 species, including summer and winter ranges, breeding grounds, and other special range data on easy-to-read maps.
Two of Cheyenne, Wyoming's well-known birdwatchers have collaborated on this celebration of 104 of the Capitol City's most-likely-to-be-seen birds. Photographer Pete Arnold, often found birding local hotspots camera at the ready, shares his art. Author Barb Gorges, bird columnist for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle for 20 years, shares insights into avian residents and visitors.Each of Pete Arnold's 6 by 6-inch bird photos is accompanied by 80-100 words by Barb Gorges about the species. She gives the reader a general impression of the bird from her experience birding Cheyenne for 30 years, plus interesting tidbits about behavior that might be observed in the month the bird is featured.Included is a checklist of all 326 bird species that may be seen in the Cheyenne area with information about what time of year and how easily they may be seen. There's also a list of birdwatching resources and the American Birding Association's Code of Birding Ethics.In the introduction Barb Gorges explains the genesis of the book as "Bird of the Week" blurbs for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle and thanks birding mentors and contributors to the book in the Acknowledgements. In "A Word from the Photographer," Pete Arnold writes about his fascination with photography and birds. Book designer Chris Hoffmeister, Western Sky Design, introduces each month with a chapter title page featuring a patchwork of closeups of the featured birds. While the book is not intended as a field guide, scanning these pages may help with quicker bird identification.