As the first stop in the continental United States for birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway, Washington offers a wide range of birding opportunities and species, from the typical fall migrations of ducks and geese to the convergence of millions of shore birds in Grays Harbor each spring. Highlighting the natural history and points of interest for birders in Washington, this guide is an excellent addition to Falcon's Birding Series. Maps and b&w photographs accompany easy-to-read, lively descriptions of the best places to find birds and at-a-glance information puts everything bird watchers need to know about getting there and enjoying the experience right at their fingertips.
Other books in the Birding series include Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Montana, Northern California, Texas, and Utah.
Genre: Reference, Pets, Travel, Nature
Subgenre: USA / West / Pacific, Birds + Birdwatching, Handbooks + Manuals, Birds