- Kindle Edition
- 464 pages
- Birds of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest
- Richard J. Cannings
- 21 March 2017 Richard J. Cannings
Discover Than Four Hundred Bird Species In Birds Of British Columbia And The Pacific Northwest The Quintessential Guide For Serious Birders Or Those Who Are Ready To Take Their Bird Watching To The Next Level Renowned Bird Experts Richard Cannings, Tom Aversa, And Hal Opperman Present A Complete Account For Each Of The Hundreds Of Species That Call This Region Home, Including Maps And Gorgeous Photographs By Some Of The Top Bird Photographers In BC And The Pacific Northwest.You Will Learn To Identify A Vast Array Of Bird Species, From The Western Tanager To The Northern Pygmy Owl To The American Kestrel, And Learn About Their Status, Distribution, And Habitat Associations With A Wide Territorial Range That Extends From British Columbia South To Washington, Oregon, Idaho, And Parts Of Western Montana And Wyoming, This Is The Most Complete And Comprehensive Guide Of Its Kind On The Market.
Richard J Cannings works as a consulting biologist in Naramata, British Columbia He has taught courses at the University of British Columbia and was curator of the Cowan Vertebrate Museum at the university for fifteen years He has also written numerous scientific papers and is the author, along with Robert A Cannings and Sydney G Cannings, of The Birds of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia