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The Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America

You may be outwitted by the smart ones, but these ones are more in your grasp.

There is a difficult problem to solve in national parks, as people often leave behind (rudely I might add) trash quite often near the trash cans, but surprisingly not always within them, as some of the bins have bear proofing. A park ranger was quoted:

“There is a significant overlap between the smartest bears and the dumbest people.”

This book is for those people (and those bears).

Seriously, if you’ve tried birding, but the red cardinal and the blue Herron look no different to you. The nuance of focusing the binoculars escapes you, and you’re nearly giving up… now you can look at birding from a whole different, slightly less sophisticated angle in a way that will bring you joy for the rest of your life.

Also good for birder friends who are a little over the top. You know who they are.

Dumb Birds of NA on Amazon