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RSPB Pocket Garden Birdwatch Paperback – 2 Jan. 2020
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Everything you need to transform your garden into a haven for birds.
Packed full of expert birding advice and practical ideas, this compact, easy-to-use bird-watching book will help you create an environment that will invite a rich diversity of birdlife to your garden.
It's time to get out into your garden and get bird spotting with this indispensable field guide. Here's what you'll discover:
- Profiles of 40 of the most common British garden birds
- In-situ photography shows birds as you will see them in your garden or local park, for more accurate identification
- Explains the benefits of different bird foods, and gives practical advice on types of feeders and how to site them
- Each season is outlined with the major bird activities and feeding requirements
- Produced in association with the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch
Birdwatching can be done in the comfort of your own garden thanks to this revised and updated bird guide. It contains expert advice on how to provide water, food, and nesting sites to create a bird-friendly environment. It also reveals essential tips on observing birds, including the basic equipment needed.
Find profiles of 40 of the most common British garden birds, each illustrated with in-situ photography, you'll be identifying all kinds of bird species in no time. Practical projects include making and siting a nest box, and how to design a bird-friendly garden, including choosing plants to attract particular species. With information about seasonal changes in bird behaviour and a helpful size-comparison gallery for the species profiled in the book
Look out for more RSPB books from DK. Discover the simplest, clearest guide to identifying common European birds ever in RSPB Birds of Britain and Europe or learn how to easily spot the difference between similar birds in RSPB What's the Bird?
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|RSPB Pocket Garden Birdwatch||Birds of Britain and Europe||Whats That Bird? The Simplest ID Guide Ever||Pocket Birds of Britain and Europe||How to Attract Birds to Your Garden|
|What It's About||Go birdwatching in the garden and identify the UK's birds while making your garden a bird-friendly environment. With sections on bird feeding and step-by-step instructions on building posts you can create the best garden for your flighted friends.||A field guide to the birds of Britain and Europe filled with bright images, fact sheets and maps to help you identify the birds around you. Covering 500 species and migratory patterns, you're sure to train your eye to look out for creatures who soar!||Play spot the difference with commonly confused birds placed in comparison tables for easy identification. Learn about various habitats and the birds that make their homes there. Compact and easily portable, this guide can go wherever you do!||Dive into the world of the birds of Britain and Europe with this guide by your side. Birdwatching is made easy with this 5th edition title that makes identification simple and understandable. Perfect for on-the-go birdwatchers!||Be the early bird that catches the worm with this how-to guide on creating the perfect garden for your feathered friends. Help feed them, house them and keep their numbers steady with the tips and tricks found in this book.|
- Publisher : DK (2 Jan. 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 128 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0241412714
- ISBN-13 : 978-0241412718
- Dimensions : 10.1 x 0.8 x 19.2 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 2,398 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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gets enjoyment especially during the recent months of confinement.
The book is also quite small and therefore stiff so doesn’t open fully, making it quite hard to read some of the detail in the centre of the book and very difficult to use one handed.