5 edition of Birdlife of Florida found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 711-879) and index.
|Statement||Henry M. Stevenson, Bruce H. Anderson.|
|Contributions||Anderson, Bruce H.|
|LC Classifications||QL684.F6 S79 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 892 p. :|
|Number of Pages||892|
|LC Control Number||93043442|
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Buy The Birdlife of Florida by Henry M. Stevenson () by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. This is the formal list of modern bird species definitely having occurred in Florida by natural appearance or by establishment of an exotic. The base list shall be the Supplement: Checklist of Florida Birds, pp. in Robertson & Woolfenden (), as updated by final decisions of the Florida Ornithological Society’s Records Committee.
Other Florida Beach Birds. Roseate spoonbill – Bright pink, long-legged wading bird with a spoon-shaped bill.; Ibis – The white ibis has a white and red face with a curved, red bill.; Black skimmer – Jet black above, white below. Lower bill extends farther than upper bill. Flies over shallow water “skimming” its lower bill in the water until it snatches a fish. BirdLife International maintains its own complete checklist of birds (taxonomic checklist of the world's bird species) because there are so many different global, regional, national, site and family taxonomic checklists, and the current major phase of taxonomic revision requires BirdLife to track and evaluate new arrangements as they are proposed; thus there is an urgent and sustained need to.
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The Birdlife of Florida compiles the life work of the foremost authority on Florida's birds, Henry M. the last six years of his life, Stevenson worked with coauthor Bruce Anderson to complete this incomparable legacy, a reference of detailed species accounts of all the state's avifauna, including the exotics.5/5(2).
Get this from a library. Birdlife of Florida. [Henry M Stevenson; Bruce H Anderson] -- Lists all birds known to Florida and includes systematics, identification, distribution, migration, habitats, food habits, and nesting habits.
Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Stevenson, Henry M. (Henry Miller), Birdlife of Florida. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Henry M Stevenson.
The Birdlife of Florida compiles the life work of the foremost authority on Florida's birds, Henry M. Stevenson. For the last six years of his life, Stevenson worked with coauthor Bruce Anderson to Birdlife of Florida book this incomparable legacy, a reference of detailed species accounts of all the state's avifauna, including the exotics.5/5(1).
Florida Bird Life. Arthur H. Howell. Francis L. Jaques (illustrator) ix + pages with 58 color plates. Coward-McCann, N.Y. Out of print. Florida Bird Life. Henry M. Stevenson and Bruce H.
Anderson. detailed species accounts including exotics. maps. University Press Birdlife of Florida book Florida, Gainesville. Out of print.
The Birdlife of Florida: Henry M. Stevenson, Bruce H. Anderson / Hardcover / Published Highly Recommended The ultimate scientific guide to Florida birds.
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The Birdlife of Florida compiles the life work of the foremost authority on Florida's birds, Henry M. Stevenson. For the last six years of his life, Stevenson worked with coauthor Bruce Anderson to complete this incomparable legacy, a reference of detailed species accounts of all the state's avifauna, including the s: 2.
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The "Birds of Florida" field guide is a small book, about 4/1/2" by 6," just the right size to slip in the pocket of your jeans. Every page has beautiful, full- color photographs of Florida birds, There are species of only Florida birds in this little book It contains an easy to use color guide so-thit- if you see a yellow bird you just go Reviews: This list of birds of Florida includes species documented in the U.S.
state of Florida and accepted by the Florida Ornithological Society Records Committee (FOSRC). As of Decemthere were species included in the official list. Of them, species and eight identifiable subspecies are classed as accidental, 14 have been introduced to North America, four are extinct, and one.
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Helpful. Comment Report s: The Birdlife of Florida by Henry M.; Anderson, Bruce H. Stevenson ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Gainesville, Fl: University Press Of Florida, ; ISBN The book consists of species accounts of each species including, where information is available, such topics as overall distribution, Florida status, relative abundance, migration, haunts and habits, adverse factors, problems of identification, variation, references and a distribution map symbolically showing seasonal distribution records by county.
The Birdlife of Florida compiles the life work of the foremost authority on Florida's birds, Henry M. Stevenson. For the last six years of his life, Stevenson worked with coauthor Bruce Anderson to complete this incomparable legacy, a reference of detailed species accounts of all the state's avifauna, including the exotics.
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With Stan Tekiela's famous field guide, bird identification is simple and 's no need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in Florida. This book features species of Florida birds, organized by /5(9). I’m a regular winter visitor to Florida’s lakes and ponds, but I’m one of the harder ducks to find.
Our males have distinctive brown heads, gray backs, black tummies, and a red eye. Our females are gray with a white eyering. Central Florida is at the southern end of our wintering range. Florida Bird Life Hardcover – January 1, by Alexander Sprunt (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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