By Carolyn V. Platt, Gary Meszaros
This most recent collaboration of Carolyn V. Platt and Gary Meszaros is a fantastically photographed ebook that explores Lake Erie and its results at the birds that make this quarter their domestic. Birds of the Lake Erie quarter observes a 12 months of climate alterations and avian migrations—from the wintertime convergence of geese and different waterbirds at the lake's final ice-free parts to the buzz of the raptor and shorebird migrations within the fall. professional or amateur, birders and nature fans may be moved by way of Platt's get together of those birds and their habitat and via Meszaros's outstanding photos of the fragile fantastic thing about those beautiful creatures.
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Birds of the Lake Erie Region by Carolyn V. Platt, Gary Meszaros