Birds of Canada
Written by Tyler L. Hoar, Ken De Smet, R. Wayne Campbell & Gregory Kennedy, with contributions from Krista Kagume.
Published by Lone Pine Publishing, 2010.
|Canada is home to nearly 500 species of birds. Some species, such
as the Arctic Tern, breed in the far North during the summer and fly over other
parts of Canada on their way back and forth from wintering grounds as far away
as southern South America. Some species are present year-round. Some species,
such as certain warblers, weigh as much as a tea bag and some, such as Bald
Eagles and American White Pelicans, are giants in the sky.
The comprehensive Birds of Canada field guide includes:
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