Brand: Western Natl Parks Assoc
50 Common Birds of the Southwest
A tiny, energetic black-chinned hummingbird drinks nectar from a desert wildflower. A Gila woodpecker excavates a cavity nest in a towering saguaro. A red-tailed hawk soars effortlessly above a sandstone canyon. Birds enliven and add a splash of color to the varied landscapes of the Southwest. With stunning color photographs and informative text, 50 Common Birds of the Southwest is the perfect starting point for anyone wishing to identify the most commonly encountered birds of the American Southwest.
- Includes the species you are most likely to see in the Southwest
- More than 50 color close-up photographs
- Handy information on how to identify each species
- Brief description of habitat, range, and behavior