Stretching from Alaska to New Mexico, a wide variety of birds can be found in the Rocky Mountains. Rocky Mountain Birds is the ideal pocket-sized, folding guide for the eco-tourist or wilderness expert. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar bird species found from Alberta to Colorado. Created and printed in the USA, this guide was updated in 2012 with a new cover design and a back panel map highlighting the state's eco-regions and prominent birding hotspots. Laminated for durability, this is the guide to take on your next Rocky Mountain adventure.
The pet bird population continues to rise and waterfowl and wading birds fanciers love bird. The Waterfowl And Wading Birds Manual is packed with expert advice on keeping, feeding and caring for waterfowl and wading birds.
This is an essential primer for the newcomer to waterfowl and wading birds and a classic to add to any birds lover's collection. Whether you are just starting out or already have a few years of experience, this manual puts a wealth of information at your fingertips.
Ideal for outdoor and nature enthusiasts, these pocket-sized, folding guides feature wildlife from a variety of places in the United States and abroad. Inside, more than 140 familiar species of flora and fauna are highlighted, and maps of prominent state-wide botanical sanctuaries are included. Filled with valuable information, these portable handbooks are presented in a simplified format that will interest beginners and experts alike.
Devin, Nadia and Marcus are on their way to visit their environmentalist parents who are working to stop a logging company from clear-cutting a remote valley. When their plane crashes and the pilot is killed, the kids are left to survive in the wild with Wiley, a government bureaucrat, who is the only other passenger on the plane. Learning to build a shelter and make a fire in the woods, they discover that Wiley is working with the logging company and will do anything to stop the secret getting out. On the run and in mortal danger, the three must outrun Wiley, escape a raging forest fire and outwit a hungry grizzly bear to make it to safety.
Costa Rica’s beautiful beaches and unique natural settings – from lush jungle to volcanic landscapes – offer some of the most spectacular nature viewing on the planet. This tiny country – about the same size as the state of West Virginia – is the home to hundreds of species of birds, including the exotic resplendent quetzal.