What are the best recommended books for bird lovers?

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    #1H Is for Hawk

    H Is for Hawk

    H is for Hawk is a non-fiction book written by Helen Macdonald wherein she shares her account of bereavement and how she trained a gohawk following her father's death. 


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    Sophia Xiong
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "This book very interesting and low price all people reading this book . "
  2. 43

    #2That Quail, Robert

    That Quail, Robert

    That Quail, Robert is a non-fiction book written by Margaret A. Stanger which is a narrative of the birth and upbringing of a little quail in a family.


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    Matthew Morris
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "I consider myself to be a bird lover and I like to read about birds as much as possible. I also work part-time and a bird lawyer and specialize in all aspects of bird law, using these skills makes it important for me to know as much as possible about them. The book is a great story that talks about the birth and growth of a quail so if you're into birds or also work in bird law like me then give it a shot."
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    #3One Man's Owl

    One Man's Owl

    One Man's Owl is a non-fiction book written by Bernd Heinrich wherein he chronicles how he and a horned owl named Bubo get to know each other over three summers in Maine. 


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    Joshua Hall
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "The story of one man's owl is a story about a person and a bird becomes friends. If you think animal do not have emotion and memories or are not intelligent enough to be one's friend, this book may change your opinion on the matter."
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    #4The Snow Goose

    The Snow Goose

    The Snow Goose is a standalone historical fiction novel written by Paul Gallico which is about artist Philip Rhayader living in an abandoned lighthouse who befriends local girl Fritha and they took care of a wounded Canadian goose.


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    Joseph Mendoza
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "The environment and characters were indeed a joy to read in this book about a goose that was hurt. I felt sad and at the same time satisfied with where the story went. Paul Gallico is an underrated author and this book deserves more praise. "
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    Ornithology is a non-fiction book written by Frank B. Gill which includes the latest research and updates on the evolution of birds. 

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    Paul Daniels
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "This is a great book for people that like to learn about birds and their distinct past. However, for those that are just lovers of their features and such, a book based on different species would be more appropriate. "
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    #6The Genius of Birds

    The Genius of Birds

    The Genius of Birds is a non-fiction book written by Jennifer Ackerman which talks about the recently uncovered genius of birds and the latest findings about the bird's brain. 


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    #7Wesley the Owl

    Wesley the Owl

    Wesley the Owl: The Remarkable Love Story of an Owl and His Girl is a nonfiction book about owl written by Stacey O'Brien. This was originally published in 2008.


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    Gabriel Caballero
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "I'm up in the air on this one, because it's a pretty solid, well executed and nicely written book and yet I wouldn't call it the best thing for bird lovers. I mean, yes, it's about an Owl and his Girl. However, I feel like there's better for that specific demographic? I don't know! I will say it's well worth the read."
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    #8Silent Spring

    Silent Spring
    Silent Spring is a book by biologist Rachel Carson. First published in 1962, it advocates for environmental conservation by raising awareness about the dangers of chemicals to humans, animals, and the environment.

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    Alice Baker
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "This is about the poisons used in farming at the time. It led to the ban of DDT which harmed animals. It's a good read but I did get the Kindle version after seeing some people had missing chapters in the regular books."
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    #9Enslaved by Ducks

    Enslaved by Ducks

    Enslaved by Ducks is a non-fiction book written by Bob Tarte. This book was originally published in 2003. In this book, the author focuses on what it is like to own an animal or a pet.


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    Edward Keller
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "If a bird lover is looking for a humorous narrative, "Enslaved by ducks" is the way to go. However, I did not find it an ideal guide for bird watching."
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    #10The Birds of Pandemonium

    The Birds of Pandemonium

    The Birds of Pandemonium is a non-fiction book written by Michele Raffi wherein she shares her interests in birds and how she rescued some of it species.


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    Bruce Edwards
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "One of my all-time favorite bird books! The Birds of Pandemonium was written by Michele Raffi, an American aviculturist who lets you in on how she was able to miraculously save multiple rare bird species. I would definitely recommend this book to any fellow bird lovers!"


Best What are the best recommended books for bird lovers
1H Is for HawkBooks 49 Paid
2That Quail, RobertBooks 43 Paid
3One Man's OwlBooks 41 Paid
4The Snow GooseBooks 40 Paid
5OrnithologyBooks 38 Paid
6The Genius of BirdsBooks 35 Paid
7Wesley the OwlBooks 32 Paid
8Silent SpringBooks 30 Paid
9Enslaved by DucksBooks 29 Paid
10The Birds of PandemoniumBooks 7 Paid

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