Our Spring 2018 issue is Sanderling Editor Michael Montgomery's debut publication for Monterey Audubon. It features a provoking dive into the perils of field "playback" as well as an interesting look into the impacts of micro-climate on the behavior of California Condors.
Monterey Birds (Second Edition), by Don Roberson.
Monterey Birds provides richly detailed accounts and analysis of all the nearly 500 species of birds recorded in Monterey County. Of particular interest to visiting birders, the book has superb "suggested routes" that will guide you to target species during your stay. Copies are available for a suggested donation of $10 (plus the cost of shipping). You can also purchase them at locations throughout the Monterey Area. Discounts are available for bulk orders, and we are happy to provide books free of charge to all educational or charitable institutions. Send us a note here if you would like a copy.
Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County, edited by Don Roberson and Chris Tenney
This detailed and definitive analysis of Monterey County's breeding birds has set the standard for breeding bird atlases nationwide. It is a superb conservation planning tool, as well as an invaluable resource for recreational birders. Now in very limited supply, the Atlas has become a sought-after collector's item. If interested in acquiring a copy, please let us know here.
OUTSIDE LINKS AND RESOURCES
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"Audublog" is Audubon California's blog about conservation and birding. Its timely posts are a great way to keep abreast of current happenings in the state.
Don Roberson, field ornithologist and compiler of rare bird records for Monterey County, maintains a useful and interesting website covering birding, regional wildlife, and an array of other natural history topics. (If you're gonna spend hours surfing the Web, do it here.)