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January 2014

Did you make a New Year's resolution to do more birdwatching? If you didn't - you should! We've got a whole flock of new bird books in this month to kick off the new year...including a humorous field guide parody sure to bring out the Dodo in everyone.

A Gaggle of Giggles
A Field Guide to Little-Known & Seldom-Seen Birds
Birders and just about anyone who likes birds will delight in this field guide parody. Thirty-two fabulous new species are depicted in this volume, which features tongue-in-cheek descriptions, observation hints, and range maps, as well as remarkable full-color illustrations. The reader will never look at our feathered friends in the same way after encountering these frequent flyers.
This one is so popular, it's already out of stock - check back to see when it becomes available again!
Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?
If you're even slightly interested in identifying birds or attracting them to your backyard with a feeder, then you've also had your share of strange and silly questions about birds and their baffling behavior. In Why Do Bluebirds Hate Me?, O'Connor applies his deep knowledge of all things avian- and his hilarious sense of humor-to answer the burning and bizarre questions that every bird enthusiast and amateur bird watcher has wondered at one time or another but might be too embarrassed to ask. Questions range from the practical (Should I rotate the seed in my feeder?) to the quirky (Why are vultures eating my vinyl screen door?) to the adorable (Are those birds kissing or feeding each other?).

85 of the region's most extraordinary birds.


 Each state's emblematic flora and fauna and how they came to symbolize their regions. 


 DIY bird homes that are safe and appropriate for more than 20 classic North American species. 

 Profiles of the 55 most common birds in the Mid-Atlantic. 

A girl and her grandfather go bird watching in the park with the goal of finding a robin redbreast. 

 The Urban Birder

Birding is cool and anyone can do it, even in the heart of the city. 


Scientists call him the Moonbird because this gritty, four-ounce marathoner has flown the distance to the moon - and halfway back!  

We hope you always manage to keep time for nature and the outdoors in your busy schedule. Here's to a new year of new opportunities!

Kara and Pete


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