[Tweeters] European birding book
sedge.thrasher at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 04:02:06 PDT 2013
Denis speaks the truth, but just a note to add that it's printed by
Princeton Press as "Birds of Europe" in the U.S. but referred to as the
"Collins Bird Guide" in Europe in case you wait to purchase it. Same
beautiful artwork and range maps, just different covers (and the latter is
available in both paperback and hardcover).
It's an excellent guide. Be sure to look for the Second Edition.
I also recently purchased "Where to Watch Birds in Europe and Russia" by
Nigel Wheatley. It was printed in 2000 but is a helpful for finding
"off-the-track" birding areas in every country in Europe (though I haven't
put it entirely to test, unfortunately).
P a r i s, France
sedge.thrasher [at] gmail [dot] com
On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 2:30 PM, Denis DeSilvis
<avnacrs4birds at outlook.com>wrote:
> Birds of Europe, by Mullarney, Svensson, Zetterstrom, and Grant is
> considered by many to be one of the best field guides. (Some folks go so
> far as to say it's the best field guide, of any kind, thus far published.)
> May all your birds be identified,
> Denis DeSilvis
> Sent from my Windows Phone
> From: MacDonald, Michael K. <MacDonM at wsdot.wa.gov>
> Sent: 3/11/2013 12:52 PM
> To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
> Subject: [Tweeters] European birding book
> I am heading to Germany and nearby countries this summer. Do you have
> a recommendation for a bird guide book that has a balance of being
> informative but reasonably sized?
> Michael MacDonald
> macdonaldmichael81 at gmail.com
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