The Birds of New Hampshire
Allan R. Keith and Robert P. Fox
Memoirs of the Nuttall Ornithological Club No.19
2013; 8˝ x 11 inches; 469 pages; 62 line illustrations by Andrea E. Robbins; index
Available from New Hampshire Audubon's McLane Center Nature Store, or by phone (603-224-9909) or email to Nancy Boisvert.
A permanent, stable reference for the future. The scholarly work in this book is a goldmine . . . the species accounts . . . form succinct portraits in space and time of bird distribution throughout the state and neighboring regions, particularly Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont. Because they are so well researched, the accounts provide a firm foundation on which to study the ever-shifting dynamics of our avifauna.
– Louis R. Bevier
Journal of Field Ornithology
Serious New England birders will devour The Birds of New Hampshire. It is nothing short of a landmark publication about the ornithology of our region.
– Mark Lynch
For additional information, see The Birds of New Hampshire.