By Leslie Day,Don Riepe,Trudy Smoke,Beth Bergman
Look round big apple, and you’ll most likely see birds: wooden geese swimming in Queens, a stalking black-crowned night-heron in Brooklyn, nice horned owls perching within the Bronx, warblers feeding in primary Park, or Staten Island’s crimson martins flying backward and forward. you may spot hawks and falcons nesting on skyscrapers or robins belting out songs from bushes alongside the road.
America’s biggest city teems with birdlife partially since it sits in the nice Atlantic flyway the place migratory birds shuttle seasonally among north and south. the large Apple’s miles of beach, tremendous parks, and hundreds of thousands of timber allure dozens of migrating species each year and also are domestic year-round to rankings of resident birds.
There isn't any greater approach to establish and know about New York’s birds than with this finished box consultant from long island urban naturalist Leslie Day. Her e-book will speedy train you what each one species appears like, the place they construct their nests, what they devour, the sounds in their songs, what time of yr they seem within the urban, the shapes and colours in their eggs, and the place within the 5 boroughs you'll find them—which is frequently locally you name domestic. the loads of lovely pictures by means of Beth Bergman and beautiful illustrations by way of Trudy Smoke might help you establish the 90 avian species generally noticeable in big apple. when you input the realm of the city’s birds, lifestyles within the nice city won't ever glance the same.
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Field Guide to the Neighborhood Birds of New York City by Leslie Day,Don Riepe,Trudy Smoke,Beth Bergman