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Bird Songs from Around the World

By Les Beletsky

8-3/8 x 10-3/4 in; 368 pp;
200 color images
Hardcover
September 2007
ISBN 9781932855616
ISBN10 1932855610

SKU# 9781932855616

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Discover two hundred of the world's most spectacular birds in Bird Songs from Around the World, the follow-up to the national best-seller Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song. Drawing from the collection of the world-renowned Macaula...
Bird Songs from Around the World


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Bird Songs from Around the World

Discover two hundred of the world's most spectacular birds in Bird Songs from Around the World, the follow-up to the national best-seller Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song. Drawing from the collection of the world-renowned Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, this stunning book features a sleek, built-in digital audio player that showcases each bird's song, as well as illustrated portraits and brief descriptions emphasizing the exceptional vocalizations. From the brilliantly plumed Lilac-breasted Roller in Africa to the flamboyant North American Roseate Spoonbill to Asia's Red Avadavat, Bird Songs from Around the World combines approachable information, beautiful art, and high-quality sound in a distinctive, elegant package.

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White Bellbird (South America)
Spot-breasted Laughingthrush (Asia)
Greater Potoo (North America)

 

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8-3/8 x 10-3/4 in; 368 pp;
200 color images
Hardcover
September 2007
ISBN 9781932855616
ISBN10 1932855610

For over 20 years, bird biologist and natural history writer Les Beletsky has conducted ecological research on birds, concentrating on their vocalizations. He divides his time between Seattle and Whidbey Island, Washington.

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a nonprofit institution located in Ithaca, New York. Its mission is to interpret and conserve the earth's biological diversity through research.

Listen to a podcast.