It’s widely known among bird watchers as well as general naturalists – both amateur and professional alike – that for as long as humans have been making scientific studies of bird populations, there has been a marked decline in the numbers of many species and an outright disappearance of far more than might be thought […]
Strengthening the population of any bird species found to be declining in numbers is never a simple matter. Considerable research must always be done to answer a number of important questions – foremost among which being “What is causing the decline?” – if any plan implemented to reverse the trend is to have a chance […]
When it comes to American bird watching, few names are better known or more widely respected than those of Donald and Lillian Stokes. For decades the couple have worked together to write and publish more than thirty books on bird watching and nature study – many specifically directed toward the beginner and backyard segments of […]
The World’s Rarest Birds is not merely a collection of brilliant photographs; it is an exceptionally well-researched and written compendium of information about the state of the world’s birds, considered both regionally as well as specifically.