Audubon VideoGuide to 505 Birds of North America on Two Dvds

Audubon VideoGuide to 505 Birds of North America on Two Dvds

DVD - 2004
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Two DVDs describe each of 505 species that reliably breed in North America north of Mexico. The VideoGuide provides a voice or other sound from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology for each species that makes a sound of any consequence. The bird calls are combined with striking, close-up moving footage and informative still photographs showing the birds in their natural habitats. A narrated description provides detailed identification information and computer-drawn maps clearly communicate breeding and wintering ranges. Naturalist Michael Godfrey filmed, directed and narrated the VideoGuide, which he wrote with renowned nature writer Kenn Kaufamn, who also created the range maps.
Publisher: New York : MasterVision, [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9781559190831
Branch Call Number: DVD 598.097 AUDUB
Characteristics: optical
2 videodiscs (approximately 388 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (63 pages : color illustrations ; 18 cm)
Notes: Mini fieldguide laid in disc container
"Mini fieldguide to Audubon videoguide to 505 birds of North American on two dvds" written by Stephen Kress, Michael Godfrey, Candace Cornell, and Andy Bernick
A combination of "Audubon videoguide to 247 birds of North America DVD I" and "Audubon videoguide to 258 birds of North American DVD II."


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May 28, 2011

Not a bad documentary, pictures, informationa on the bird identification.. thorough..


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