Birds and Birding
A few of the books available on birds and birding are listed below. Use the following Library of Congress subject headings to search for more books by subject in the UMD Library Catalog.
Eckert, Kim R. (2002). A birder's guide to Minnesota : a county-by-county guide to over 1,000 birding locations, including references and resources, an annotated list of 427 Minnesota birds, selected identification hints, and over 200 maps. (4th ed.). Duluth, MN : Gavian Guides ; Colorado Springs, CO : Distributed by American Birding Association Sales. QL684.M6 E34 2002
Hancock, James. (1999). Birds of the wetlands. London : Academic Press. QL673 .H26 1999 Sibley, David. (2000). The Sibley guide to birds : field identification. New York : Alfred A. Knopf. Ref QL681 .S497 2000 Sibley, David. (2001). The Sibley guide to bird life & behavior. New York : Alfred A. Knopf. QL681 .S495 2001
Strangis, Jay Michael. (1996). Birding in Minnesota. Helena, MT : Falcon Press. QL684.M6 S77 1996
Tekiela, Stan. (2004). Birds of Minnesota field guide. (2nd ed). Cambridge, MN : Adventure Publications. QL684.M6 T45 2004
Tekiela, Stan. (2002). Birds of prey of Minnesota : field guide. Cambridge, MN : Adventure Publications. QL696.F3 T355 2002
University of Minnesota. (2001). Birds of Voyageurs National Park : a guide to the Minnesota-Ontario border country. Minneapolis, MN : Voyageurs Region National Park Association : Distributed by the University of Minnesota Press. QL684.M6 B57 2001x
Audubon Society http://www.audubon.org
Cornell University Lab of Ornithology http://www.birds.cornell.edu
Bob Ekblad's Birding Minnesota (including Rochester & Olmsted County) http://home.rconnect.com/~ekblad/
HawkWatch International http://www.hawkwatch.org
Minnesota DNR Bird Checklists http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/birdchecklists.html
Minnesota Conservation Volunteer Young Naturalists - Birds http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/young_naturalists/birds/index.html
Peregrine Fund http://www.peregrinefund.org/default.asp
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