Bird and birding books

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Subject: Bird and birding books
From: "Gordon and Pam" <>
Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2007 12:35:13 +1100
Dear all -


As a rookie birder with limited time , I'm looking for well-written books on
birds generally - eg, habits, biology, lifecycles, migrations, and the such
- and on birding as a pastime. I gather Dooley's book would be a hoot on the


I tried to read a book with lots of interesting bird info in it a few years
ago, but it was written in such a dull and pedestrian style I couldn't
finish it.


What is good out there?


I'm also not averse to well-written web-pages.


Thanks in advance





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