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Birds of Kansas

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Ever since the Lewis and Clark Expedition spotted its first wild turkey in Kansas, the state has celebrated a rich ornithological history--especially in light of its habitat diversity and its location within the Central Migratory Flyway. That birding bounty is now given its due by a respected team of authors, all recognized avian authorities, in a beautifully produced larg ...more
Hardcover, 528 pages
Published May 26th 2011 by University Press of Kansas (first published May 1st 2011)
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Sep 30, 2015 Roxanne rated it it was amazing
This is another great book about the birds of Kansas. We have 428 species of birds here. Loved the photos.
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Aug 17, 2013 Robert Reed rated it it was amazing
The bible for distribution of birds in Kansas. beautifully illustrated and hefty, this is your menu to the possibilites for birds in Kansas. A large image, distribution map breeding status, early and late dates, documentation for raraties accepted by the KOS reviewers, and details about habitat give you a road map to finding common birds and documentation of rarities to the county. Great for listers or anyone wanting to know what species occur near their home in KS.
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