Bird and birding books

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Subject: Bird and birding books
From: "Arwen B. Ximenes" <>
Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2007 22:37:53 +1100
Dear Gordon,
I'm reading Sue Taylor's latest book Why Watch Birds (Hyland House Publishing, 
2005) - fairly thin, fairly basic but interesting nonetheless and if you're a 
lazy reader then it's definitely for you - or pressed for time and don't want 
to wade through anythig too technical. It's for beginners, has lots of helpful 
hints, easy to pick up and put down. I'm enjoying it so far. I think it's 
written mainly for an australian audience but includes examples of many birds 
all over the world. My husband got it for me at the Australian Museum in Sydney.


......................................... Arwen Blackwood Ximenes
Lawson, Blue Mountains, 
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