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Can you name the birds you're feeding in your backyard? Eastern Backyard Birds is the essential pocket-sized, folding guide for the bird lover and nature enthusiast living in the eastern USA (east of the 100th Meridian). Created and printed in the USA and updated in 2012 with a new cover design and updated species selection, this beautifully illustrated guide helps to identify over 140 familiar species and includes instructions on attracting and feeding backyard birds. Laminated for durability, this lightweight guide will conveniently fold to fit into your pocket. Perfect for observing your backyard feeder guests or those species out on the trail.
The vastly diverse and complex ecosystems in Europe are the permanent or temporary home of over 870 species. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 130 familiar, widespread species and includes information on attracting, feeding and creating safe habitats for birds to avoid predation and nest. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, pocket-sized folding guide is an excellent source of portable information for novices and experts alike. Made in the USA.
It's easier than ever to go bird watching in your own backyard, especially during the spring and fall migration seasons. Backyard Birds of North America is the ideal pocket-sized, folding guide to help identify the birds at your feeder or those in migration. Clear, detailed illustrations highlight over 140 familiar urban species. This lightweight guide also provides the reader with instructions on attracting and feeding backyard birds. Created and printed in the USA, this guide was updated with a new cover design and laminated for durability. This is the perfect companion for both novice and expert bird watchers.
This book is designed to help entrepreneurs understand how to obtain funding from an investor for the creation or development of a new business venture. It discusses how to evaluate a business concept from an investor's perspective before moving onto an examination of the practical issues involved, such as writing a compelling business plan and making a convincing presentation.
Have you ever given consideration to what it would be like to be deaf? Not hearing a single sound. Sure, it's quiet in your house, but you still hear sounds. I would like to think the sensation would be equitable to being underwater, but that would not be a true statement. You can still hear things while being underwater: Waves swishing and people talking above the water - yelling or laughing. Deafness is pure silence. When something big drops to the floor, I "feel" the thump it made. When my dogs bark, I can't hear them, but if they jump on my bed while I'm sleeping, I can feel they are present to wake me for a incoming visitor, burglar, tornado or other natural disaster. This book is a candid, and comical view about hearing loss, Meniere's Disease, vertigo, and the process of undergoing cochlear implant surgery. It also goes into depression and coping mechanisms for all of the above. It is a MUST read for someone or anyone you know (possibly yourself, but you won't admit it), who may be suffering from hearing loss. Progressive hearing loss is subtle. The sounds we often take for granted you no longer hear. Pay attention to your surroundings next time you are outside. Can you still hear the birds?
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