When it comes to identifying raptors on the wing – or for that matter most any North American bird in the midst of more or less any other activity – there are few who can rival Pete Dunne in accuracy. His “Hawks in Flight; The Flight Identification of North American Migrant Raptors,” written with David Sibley and Clay Sutton, has become veritably canonical for bird watchers.
Planning a trip to, or presently living in, Spain? (Goodness knows I certainly wish I was!) If so – as you’re reading this publication – chances are you’ll likely be wanting to include at least a little “naturalizing” in your activities.
As one who has travelled widely around the world, I have in the course of my journeys discovered many places that I found beautiful, fascinating, relaxing, or pure and simply enjoyable; however of all the corners of the globe into which my adventures have taken me, none has lodged itself in my heart the way […]
When the freshly printed copy of the new “Good Birders Still Don’t Wear White” arrived, I made a quick scan of the authors whose writings are collected in it. As it turns out, I know each one, which will make it a somewhat challenging book to review.