Sounds like a marvelous book, Mark.I think we tend to take National Geographic’s contributions to the birding world for granted. I’m particularly interested in the early photos and the part about the NatGeo field guides (surprise, surprise!).
Thank you, Donna. I thought that the bit in your review (of the NatGeo Seventh ed. Field Guide) about how multiple artists can lead to inconsistent visual representations, and giving examples, was very discerning and exacting and impressive. But I think all of your reviews are terrific.
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