Birding Montana (Falcon Guide)
Author: Terry McEneaney
Montana's 388 species of birds offer an avian treasure as bountiful and varied as their habitats in this vast state. The Birder's Guide to Montana tours all the best birding sites from the west slope of the Rocky Mountains to the eastern prairies, including Glacier and Yellowstone national parks. Written by Terry McEneaney, the staff ornithologist for Yellowstone National Park and one of the most respected birders in Montana, this useful and comprehensive guide is loaded with information on Montana specialties, migration paths, and seasonal availability. Complementing the text are forewords by leading Montana ornithologists, Robert Eng, Ph.D., from Montana State University, and Philip Wright, Ph.D., from the University of Montana, as well as listings for birding organizations and what services are available along birding routes. Whether you are planning a weekend outing or a birding tour through the entire state, The Birder's Guide to Montana is an indispensable companion that has all the essentials for a successful birding trip.