Birding Trails: Montana Chuck Robbins

ISBN: 9781932098990

Published: May 5th 2014

Paperback

508 pages


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Birding Trails: Montana  by  Chuck Robbins

Birding Trails: Montana by Chuck Robbins
May 5th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 508 pages | ISBN: 9781932098990 | 9.57 Mb

Montana is one of the great birding states, from sandhill cranes to prairie chickens and sage grouse. From 100,000 snow geeseat a time on Freezeout Lake to western bluebirds, glossy ibis,white-tailed kites, crested caracaras, Iceland gulls, CarolinaMoreMontana is one of the great birding states, from sandhill cranes to prairie chickens and sage grouse. From 100,000 snow geeseat a time on Freezeout Lake to western bluebirds, glossy ibis,white-tailed kites, crested caracaras, Iceland gulls, Carolinawrens, curve-billed thrashers, and hundreds of other songbirds.

Montana is the best place for both great birding andwildlife viewing. Many of the birding hot spots also have a widevariety of wildlife including elk, antelope, moose, and grizzlyand black bears.Chuck Robbins has spent 20 years traveling the state birdingand wildlife watching. Chuck has divided the state into six regions:Glacier Country, Southwest Montana, Central Montana,Yellowstone Country, Missouri River Country, and SoutheastMontana.

Chuck describes each of the birding locations, thekey birds, the best seasons for birding, and the area descriptionalong with driving directions and GPS coordinates. There aresix regional maps showing the birding locations in each region,along with over 70 maps of individual locations. More than 100outstanding color photos of key birds are included.Montana is the fourth largest state with less than 1 millionresidents, offering great uncrowded birding opportunities. Withtwo national parks (Glacier and Yellowstone), thirteen nationalwildlife refuges, hundreds of wildlife management areas, as wellas state parks and 40 Montana Important Bird Areas (IBAs) Montanais a must place for incredible bird and wildlife watching.



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