The bird books all center on warm-weather activities - a welcome diversion from the "boring" winter of 1989 - including summer bird feeding, bird nest identification and providing backyard habitat to lure a variety of species.
Hal Harrison's A Field Guide to Bird's Nests is an updated release of his 1975 guide to birds' nests found east of the Mississippi River. Along with 222 color photos of nests and eggs, Harrison offers information on breeding range, habitat, and nest and egg identification for the 285 species that nest on this side of the great Mississippi.
Best known for his flycasting talents, [Lefty Kreh] can capture a sunset or portrait as readily as latching onto a tarpon or trout. Kreh's newest book details the intricacies and complexities of the world of outdoor photography in its broadest sense. In a dozen chapters he covers camera, lenses, film and exposure, light, composition, tripods and stabilizers, filters, outdoor people pictures, close-ups, wildlife, birds and flowers, care of equipment and other aspects of this all-encompassing sport.