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Birds of the Dakotas Field Guide
Birds of the Dakotas Field Guide
Birds of the Dakotas Field Guide
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Birds of the Dakotas Field Guide

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  • Popular, proven format: the first edition (9781591930167) sold about 20,000 copies


  • Market: According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, about 20% of the population are active bird watchers, spending more than $40 billion on the hobby, annually


  • Not intimidating: geared toward the average bird watcher with bird species organized by color for easily identifying them


  • New edition with more species, updated photographs and range maps, revised information, and even more of Stan’s expert insights


  • Author routinely attracts more than 100 people to his speaking events and writes a popular column distributed to newspapers in the Midwest and Northeast


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SpracheEnglish
Erscheinungsdatum30. Nov. 2021
ISBN9781647551933
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    Birds of the Dakotas Field Guide - Stan Tekiela

    Birds that are mostly black

    Brown-headed Cowbird

    Molothrus ater

    male

    female

    SUMMER

    Stan’s Notes: Cowbirds are members of the blackbird family. Of approximately 750 species of parasitic birds worldwide, this is the only parasitic bird in the Dakotas. Brood parasites lay their eggs in the nests of other birds, leaving the host birds to raise their young. Cowbirds are known to have laid their eggs in the nests of over 200 species of birds. While some birds reject cowbird eggs, most incubate them and raise the young, even to the exclusion of their own. Look for warblers and other birds feeding young birds twice their own size. Named Cowbird for its habit of following bison and cattle herds to feed on insects flushed up by the animals.

    European Starling

    Sturnus vulgaris

    breeding

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