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e-Book Wisconsin Birds: A Seasonal and Geographical Guide epub download

Author: John R. Cary,Stanley A. Temple
ISBN: 0299114309
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Pr; First Edition edition (August 1, 1987)
Language: English
Category: Americas
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e-Book Wisconsin Birds: A Seasonal and Geographical Guide epub download

by John R. Cary,Stanley A. Temple



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By: Stanley A Temple, John R Cary and Robert E Rolley. 320 pages, Figs, maps. Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press

By: Stanley A Temple, John R Cary and Robert E Rolley. Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press.

Wisconsin Birds : A Seasonal and Geographic Guide. by Stanley A. Temple and John R. Cary. A comprehensive guide to the distribution and abundance of all common bird species found in the state of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Birds : A Seasonal and Geographic Guide. A comprehensive guide to the distribution and abundance of all common bird species found in the state of Wisconsin. This work is intended as a supplement to the field guides that identify birds, explaining where to find them. It covers 265 species in all.

a seasonal and geographical guide. Temple, John R. Cary, Robert E. Rolley. Published 1987 by University of Wisconsin Press in Madison, Wisc.

Find sources: "Stanley Temple" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (February 2014) . He is the author of many books and scholarly articles including Wisconsin Birds: A Seasonal and Geographical Guide. ISBN 0-299-15224-3), Endangered Birds.

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He is the author of many books and scholarly articles including Wisconsin Birds: A Seasonal and Geographical Guide (ISBN 0-299-15224-3), Endangered Birds (ISBN 0-85664-831-0), Bird Conservation (ISBN 0-299-08980-0) and Endangered birds: Management techniques for preserving threatened species (ISBN 0-299-07520-6).

Wisconsin Birds A Seasonal and Geographical Guide Stanley A. Cary, and Robert Rolley Fall 1997. The Leguminosae A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation O. N. Allen and Ethel K. Allen Spring 1981

Wisconsin Birds A Seasonal and Geographical Guide Stanley A. Allen Spring 1981. The Prairie Garden Seventy Native Plants You Can Grow in Town or Country J. Robert Smith with Beatrice S. Smith Fall 1980. Spring Flora of Wisconsin A Manual of Plants Growing without Cultivation and Flowering before June 15 Norman C. Fassett, Revised and Enlarged by Olive S. Thomson Fall 1975. Mammals of Wisconsin Hartley H. T. Jackson, Foreword by A. W. Schorger 1961.

Stanley A. Stan Temple is an American avian ecologist and wildlife biologist. He is the Beers Bascom Professor in Conservation, Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He is the author of many books and scholarly articles including "Wisconsin Birds: A Seasonal and Geographical Guide" (ISBN 0-299-15224-3), "Endangered Birds" (ISBN 0-85664-831-0), "Bird Conservation" (ISBN 0-299-08980-0) and "Endangered birds: Management techniques for preserving threatened species" (ISBN 0-299-07520-6).

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not what I expected
Talrajas
This book is an ideal companion to a field guide to Eastern birds. Primarily designed as a reference guide (it contains no pictures, descriptions, or field marks) it contains a wealth of information on the likelihood of finding a particular species by county and time of year in Wisconsin. Based on at least 15 years of birding reports, the book is organized in standard order of species with one bird species per page. Each page contains the probability of spotting the species somewhere in the state in a given year, a map of the frequency of reports by county, a chart of the reporting frequency by week for the year, and a trend line by year of the total relative number of reports. I would recommend the guide primarily to the intermediate or advanced birder who is knowledgable about each bird species and their likely habitats already, but needs to know what is likely to be found in a given part of the state.
IMHO, this book is a template of how every state or regional guide should be designed.
Androlhala
Any birder is familiar with the format that even the best guides use to convey the likelihood over time of finding a given species in a particular location. Because of the scope of those guides, they are limited to conveying the timing to seasons and the locations to regions.
This book tells the reader exactly when specific bird species are generally found in specific counties of the state. A field guide will tell you that a certain bird migrates through the state in the spring, but some birds migrate in March, and some in June. This book will also tell you how populous the bird is (ie. how rare it is). You can also see the general movements of resident birds in the state over seasons.
I live in Wisconsin, so I use this book all the time. I have been frustrated trying to find similar information for states that I visit regularly. It is an invaluable resource for concentrating observation and understanding the animals being studied.