It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s a birder!


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Spring has melted slowly into summer and we can’t think of a better way to beat the than hunting for birds in the trees! From the lush Hudson Valley to the rolling hills of Maine, our birding books will guide you on a magical woodland journey, connecting you with the beauty of the wildlife around you. Take a break from work and escape to the wilderness. We promise you won’t regret it!

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Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island
Deborah Rivel and Kellye Rosenheim

“Into birding? Know 400 species populate NYC. Wait. There’s even cedar waxwings and great crested flycatchers. Plus we got us chestnut-sided warblers and Merlins. See an American redstart. A Wilson’s warbler. Visit my terrace and mix with my nesting mourning dove family. Better yet, read Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island by Deborah Rivel and Kellye Rosenheim.”
— Page Six, New York Post

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Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird
Katie Fallon

“Through thorough research, interviews, and firsthand experience, Fallon establishes unquestionable credibility; however, it is her own narrative writing and descriptive skills that make Vulture a book that is not only educational and inspiring, but readable and entertaining.”
— The Los Angeles Review

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Birdwatching in Maine: A Site Guide
Derek J. Lovitch

“Concise, engaging guidance on where and how to seek out some of Maine’s many iconic species. The charming conversational tone and consistent editorial hand, along with first-rate graphic design, make this an exemplary effort”
— Edward S. Brinkley, North American Birds

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Birdwatching in New Hampshire
Eric A. Masterson

“A fun read!! Well written. Well illustrated. Great Photographs. My only complaint is that Eric Masterson didn’t produce this guide when I first moved to New Hampshire sixteen years ago. It would have saved a lot of wear and tear on my old body looking for all the right birds in all the wrong places!”
Mike Bartlett, President, New Hampshire Audubon

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Birding the Hudson Valley
Kathryn J. Schneider

“This book has something for everyone! Beginners get started with tips for learning bird songs and calls, buying binoculars, field guides, and apps, and joining local bird clubs. Experts can learn all about terrific destinations along the Hudson River from Troy to New York City, including directions, maps, history, habitats, and species found. And there is more-read about the role of glaciers, and later, humans, in altering the landscape of this region.”
Joan Collins, editor of New York Birder