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The Stokes Guide to Finches of the United States and Canada

Lillian Stokes, Matthew A. Young

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Conservation of the environment, Wildlife: birds & birdwatching

Learn all you need to know about identifying and attracting finches with this comprehensive and gloriously colourful field guide from America's foremost authorities on birds and nature.

Learn all you need to know about identifying and attracting finches with this comprehensive, gloriously colourful field guide from America's foremost authorities on birds and nature.

Following the extraordinary finch superflight of 2020-2021, birders across the country became obsessed with finches. With The Stokes Guide to Finches of the United States and Canada, you can gain expert knowledge on these beautiful birds and bring them into your own yard. This fully illustrated guide tells you all you need to know about attracting, observing, and protecting finches.


The book also includes:


- A special section on endangered Hawaiian honeycreeper finches, plus other rare and vagrant species
- Detailed identification information on each finch species' plumages, subspecies, and voice
- The most complete and up-to-date range maps, including maps of core occurrence and irruption ranges for all red crossbill call types, which have never before been published in a guide
- Complete life history information
- Tips on how to photograph finches
- Scientific studies on finch migrations and conservation
- More than 200 stunning full-colour photographs and over 50 range maps covering 43 species

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