Bird Watching For Dummies is a fun, easy-to-understand bird watching reference you'll turn to again and again. This essential book, written by BWD editor Bill Thompson, III, includes such topics as: selecting binoculars, field guides, and other birding tools; understanding bird behaviors and songs; setting up a backyard bird-feeding station; creating a bird-friendly garden; visiting prime bird habitats on your own or with a tour group; and finding great bird-watching sites on the Internet.
Bird Watching For Dummies features a full-color, 32-page insert showing birds up close, along with detailed illustrations of bird habitats, so that you always know just where to point your binoculars. 383 pages.
* Scratch-and-dent sale! This title is now out of print, but we have discovered a limited quantity of "scratch-and-dent" copies, which we're offering "as-is" at a greatly reduced price. Of course, the book still features the same entertaining and practical advice in the author's characteristic lighthearted, easy-to-read style. These copies have each been autographed by Bill Thompson, III. Order today, because when they're gone, they're gone!