Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:49:52 -0800
Reply-To: Dan Furbish <peterbilt.birder@YAHOO.COM>
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Dan Furbish <peterbilt.birder@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: hawk activity question................GABO list.2/12/9.
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Back "in the day" ( ; ) ) we all learned from A.C. Bents' many volumes of books. These days most of it's on the web : )
Arthur Cleveland Bent is a "master" , read "his" work for answers to 'many' bird species and behavioral traits etc:
Another ""outstanding"" birding book that I always used to "and still should" carry in my other back pocket
or backpack is Ken Kaufman's, ADVANCED BIRDING. This is an awesome read !
ISBN-10: 0395533767 , ISBN-13: 978-0395533765 , I'm not sure which # is the paperback.
It's a PETERSEN'S FIELD GUIDE .
**Donald and Lillian Stokes, have an outstanding set of bird behavior books also ! David A. Sibley..etc....etc..
I hope this helps : )
Truckin' about 3000 miles a week thru 5 southern states in a big rig : )
Subject: hawk activity question
From: Jason Baumgardner
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 20:49:10 -0500
A friend of mine said he was working outside today and noticed the
hawks seemed quite active, or "stirred up." He was wondering what
might cause that. Any ideas?
Sandy Springs, GA
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