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Birding New England : a field guide to the birds of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont / Randi Minetor ; photography by Nic Minetor.

Minetor, Randi (author.).

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Subject: Bird watching New England
Birds New England Identification
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Birding New England : A Field Guide to the Birds of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont
Birding New England : A Field Guide to the Birds of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont
by Minetor, Randi
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Birding New England : A Field Guide to the Birds of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Acknowledgementsp. vii
Introduction to Birding New Englandp. 1
How to Use This Guidep. 14
Parts of a Birdp. 16
A Final Wordp. 16
Swimming Birds
    Loansp. 17
    Grebesp. 19
    Waterfowlp. 22
    Duck-like Birdsp. 57
Gulls and Other Seabirds
    Pelagic Birds: Fulmar, Shearwaters, and Storm-Petrelsp. 59
    Gannet and Jaegersp. 66
    Alcids: Murres, Guillemots, and Auksp. 70
    Pelican and Cormorantsp. 76
    Gulls and Ternsp. 79
Tall Wading Birds
    Bitterns, Herons, and Egretsp. 97
    Ibisp. 108
    Cranep. 110
Short Wading Birds
    Railsp. 111
Shorebirds
    Ploversp. 115
    Oystercatcherp. 120
    Stilt and Avocetp. 121
    Sandpipers and Snipep. 123
    Phalaropesp. 150
Ground Birds
    Quailp. 152
    Pheasantp. 153
    Grousesp. 154
    Turkeyp. 156
Birds of Prey
    Vulturesp. 157
    Harrier, Buteos, and Eaglep. 159
    Osprey and Accipitersp. 168
    Owlsp. 172
Non-Perching Birds (Nonpasserines)
    Dove and Pigeonp. 181
    Parakeet and Cuckoosp. 183
    Nightjarsp. 186
    Hummingbirdsp. 188
    Kingfisherp. 190
    Woodpeckersp. 191
Perching Birds (Passerines)
    Flycatchersp. 200
    Shrikep. 210
    Vireosp. 211
    Jaysp. 217
    Raven and Crowsp. 219
    Larkp. 222
    Swallows and Swiftp. 223
    Titmouse and Chickadeesp. 230
    Nuthatches and Creeperp. 233
    Wrensp. 236
    Kingletsp. 241
    Thrushesp. 244
    Mimic Thrushesp. 252
    Thrasherp. 254
    Starling and Pipitp. 255
    Waxwingsp. 257
    Warblersp. 259
    Tanager and Allied Songbirdsp. 292
    Sparrows and Their Alliesp. 297
    Junco, Longspur, and Buntingp. 316
    Meadowlark, Blackbirds, and Oriolesp. 319
    Finchesp. 327
    Old World (Weaver) Finchp. 336
Appendix ASpecies by Statep. 337
    Connecticutp. 337
    Mainep. 339
    Massachusettsp. 342
    New Hampshirep. 345
    Rhode Islandp. 348
    Vermontp. 351
Appendix BSpecies by Colorp. 355
Appendix CA Realistic Checklist of the Birds of New Englandp. 359
Appendix DResourcesp. 363
Index by Hot Spotp. 365
Index by Speciesp. 372
About the Author and Photographerp. 375
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