Arizona is a bird watcher's paradise, with hundreds of species of birds spenidn their time in our state. Hoping that the birders and the bird hunters can coexist peacefully, I've also included a couple of books for bird hunters in Arizona!
The subtitle of this book is: An Introduction to Familiar Species in the Valley of the Sun
. This is one of the laminated Pocket Naturalist
pamphlet series. It highlights up to 150 species and most feature a map highlighting prominent sanctuaries of birds you might encounter in the greater Phoenix area. Good for the beginner or the experienced birder. Easy to carry.
Includes color photographs and descrptions of some of the common birds you'll see in Arizona. Just getting started birding? This book may be the place to start.
A field guide that will help birders identify more than 85 species of birds, including their habitat and field marks. Color photos. This guide has tips on where to best look for these birds, and includes some endangered species.
Learn about Arizona's 42 raptor species from some well-respected raptor and wildlife authorities.
The author is a biologist and a hunter. The book includes maps and photos of habitats.
A guide for the Arizona bird hunter. This book includes detailed information about roads, maps and habitats. Planning a bird hunting trip? This guide is the one to get.