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Bird Watching Tips and Secrets

 share the secrets of experts!

"Who Else Wants to discover the exciting world of bird watching. From identifying birds through shapes and silhouettes to knowing them from their songs
 and calls. Millions are entering
the fascinating hobby
of Bird Watching"

Now available on Amazonbird watching book

From: Keith Lee, creator of

Dear Friend,

Because of the many people that visit this site I decided to use all the knowledge I have gather to make the site, and put it into an ebook so people can enjoy it on book readers like the Amazon Kindle.   

Have you ever wondered what that bird you just saw was?  Not knowing where to start in bird identification can be frustrating?

Have you ever watched a bird doing something strange, and wanted to know what that behavior was?

Almost everything a bird does has a purpose.  Examples: Many birds will rub ants through their feathers because the acid kills parasites.  Their mating rituals are captivating.  Knowing what these behaviors are makes bird watching more enjoyable.

Bird watching is one of the fastest growing hobbies in America and around the world.

Bird Watching Tips and Secrets is now available on Amazon. 

  • Wild birds are fascinating to watch, with their dazzling colors, enchanting songs, and wild antics.
  • Many species have their own spectacular dances, and mating rituals.
  • One thing that beginners to birding find is that identifying birds is difficult. Bird Watching Tips and Secrets  goes through proven techniques for identifying birds.

In this Bird watching book you will find tips and secrets to the fascinating world of birdwatching.   

Birds are intelligent and playful creatures, with specialized habits and lifestyles.

Believe it or not, many birds have advanced learning abilities.  Songbirds are able to teach and learn vocal communication.  Some birds will use sticks as tools to probe for grubs.  Birds play games.  Birds such as chickadees and nuthatches can even understand each other.  There are many more examples of bird intelligence.

Each type of bird has specialized beaks and feet for their specific niche.  By learning about their different beaks you can get an idea what kinds of food they eat.

One of the things that I have found is that even though there are a number of good bird guides out there, none of them do a good job of talking about bird watching itself.  

I've been been a bird watcher for as long as I can remember!

As a boy growing up in Missoula, Montana, I was captivated by the ever-changing variety of colorful birds visiting our yard.  It was during this time that I first saw a hummingbird fly to its nest—a tiny lichen-covered nest with two small white eggs in it.  I was fascinated, and although I did not know it, I had become a bird watcher.

Yes I've been a bird watcher for many years, and in that time I have learned the skills necessary to identify birds I see.  In addition to going birding in the wild I also made my yard into a bird sanctuary.  Because I also became a photographer at an early age, I developed the skills needed to photograph birds.  Photographing the birds you see can be incredibly fun.

I've compiled all my knowledge into an easy to follow, book called "Bird Watching Tips and Secrets."

It covers everything from songs, and calls, bird behavior, identification tips, the hobby of bird watching, bird photography, and much more.

The book is guaranteed to give you everything you need to know about bird watching.

I know that's a bold promise and it might sound a little "over the top" ...but it's true.

Here Are Three Good Reasons To Believe Me When I Tell You
You will be glad you got this book

  1. Weather you are an experienced bird watcher or just getting started you will learn more about birds, and how to identify them in this fun book.
  2. The book is packed with over 70 beautiful pictures of the most watched birds.

In this bird watching book you will learn about bird songs, and calls.  Their different actions and behaviors, and why they do them.  How do attract birds to your yard by making it a bird sanctuary.  The types of habitats you can find each bird species in.

Of course, there are also specifics about over 70 of the most watched birds in America.  This includes their behaviors, songs and calls, food preferences, and pictures of each bird.

Everyone that reads Bird Watching Tips and Secrets loves it.

The reason why it's so popular is simple: It goes through all the basics and more.

While there are many bird guides out there, they don't take you through the hobby of bird watching.

Here is what Dawn said:

Keith I really love this book. I have been a casual observer of birds in my yard until now. I never realized just how interesting birds could be until I read your book. My favorite part is the silhouette section. It really helps when I can't see a bird up close, or it is getting dark out. I never knew that birds were so smart, or that different kinds of birds such as chickadees and nuthatches can communicate with each other. The other day there was a hawk in my yard, and because I read your book I recognized the alarm calls the birds were making. I think you have created a new bird watcher.  

See, what most beginners don't realize is that starting bird watching is extremely simple. You just need to know what to know what to look for, and where to look.

There are essentially 4 main things you need to know about Bird Watching:

  1. How to attract birds to your yard by making it a sanctuary.
  2. Where to look for wild birds you are interested in, what types of habitat each bird likes.
  3. What their many behaviors mean; why is a Red-winged blackbird dive-bombing you, why is a robin laying in the sun with its wings spread, or why is a killdeer pretending to have a broken wing.
  4. Different songs and calls of each bird species, and what they mean.

"Bird Watching Tips and Secrets" covers all of this, and a lot more. And when you read it, you'll be BLOWN AWAY with what you didn't know about birds, and how simple it is to get started in bird watching.

Here's just a taste of what you'll discover...

    • How to attract birds to your yard with landscaping, bird feeders, baths, and why leaving brush piles can be good for the birds.

    • Keeping your bird feeders, baths, and houses free from diseases and pests.

    • The best food for your bird feeders.

    • Understand bird's songs and calls.

    • Learn to identify birds by their shape, and silhouette.

    • Binoculars and other optics and their use.

    • Techniques and tips for photographing birds.

    • Full color images of over 70 most watched birds in America, along with information on their habitats, behavior, foods, songs and calls, eggs and more.

    • Discover evidence that many birds are some of the most intelligent animals on the planet, with sophisticated communication, courtships, and even games they play.

    • Keeping records and why this is a great idea.

    • Building and placing birdhouse and nestboxes.

    • Learn the anatomy of birds, if you see a bird with red bars, knowing what part that is can help identify the bird.

    • Recording bird sounds, this is not only fun but it can help you learn their songs and calls.

    • Discover what experienced bird watchers look for when they see a new bird, making it easier to identify.

    • Learn about bird behavior, why does a killdeer pretend to have a broken wing, why would birds grab ants with their bills and rub them through their feathers.

    • Types of habitats, knowing preferred habitats of birds you are interested makes them easier to find.

    • Building your own birdhouse, plan details and dimensions for different birds..

And that's not nearly all.

You'll discover much more in Bird Watching Tips and Secrets.

And what's really great is that...

You Can Be Absorbing Bird Watching Tips and Secrets
In The Next 30 Seconds!

You can order this amazing book right now and actually start discovering the secrets of bird watching within 30 seconds... yes, that is right... WITHIN 30 SECONDS you can start learning about the fascinating hobby of bird watching.

That's because I've taken the book and turned it into a downloadable eBook that you can purchase on Amazon and read on their Kindle readers as well other readers.

Click here to order through Amazon birdwatching book

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