Secret Lives of Common Birds
Enjoying Bird Behavior Through the SeasonsBook - 2005
All around us birds are going about their lives, offering fascinating insights into how they survive and interact with one another, defending territories, courting mates, nesting, raising young, displaying, preening, feeding, and more. The difference between noticing and missing these secret lives is a little time, a relaxed mind, and some curiosity. An introduction to the world of bird behavior, Secret Lives of Common Birds explores many of the most important tasks in the lives of the familiar birds that enrich our lives. Wildlife photographer Marie Read has a knack for capturing the most intimate, often dramatic moments in the activities of birds. In this book, her beautiful photographs of birds in action are paired with engaging and informative descriptions of behaviors that anyone might observe in the backyard or at a local park, pond, or woodland. Her lighthearted writing style is a delight as the reader travels through the seasons of the year and discovers the secret lives of common birds.
Publisher: Boston, MA : Houghton Mifflin Co., 2005.
Branch Call Number: 598.15 REA
Characteristics: 95 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Enjoying bird behavior through the seasons