Birds of the Whitewater River, Southern California: a Disturbed Environment

Author:  Robert M. Ross

Publisher and Date of Publication: Riverside Eco-Publishing, 1 January 2020

Synopsis:   For the first time, a focus on the birds inhabiting and migrating along the Whitewater River as a single intact watercourse, running from the San Bernardino Mountains to the Salton Sea.  The author discusses the history and evolution of the River's existence and modifications made by man over time, as well as the current birds using the waterway, with graphical representations of their relative abundances seasonally and by location along the River.  Richly illustrated with photos of 134+ species and their habitats by the author. 

Ordering Instructions: Send $20 plus $5 shipping per book to Riverside Eco-Publishing, P. O. Box 1031, La Quinta, CA  92247 (make check payable to Robert M. Ross)

Birds of the Whitewater River, Southern California

A Disturbed Environment


Author:Ross, Robert
Illustrator:Ross, Robert
Consultant Editor:Shaler, Cynthia
Cover Design by:Shaler, Cynthia
Designed by:Shaler, Cynthia
Foreword by:Zarki, Joseph
ISBN:978-0-578-60957-7
Publication Date:Jan 2020
Publisher:Riverside Eco-Publishing
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $20.00
Book Description:
For the first time, a focus on the birds inhabiting and migrating along the Whitewater River as a single intact watercourse, running from the San Bernardino Mountains to the Salton Sea. The author discusses the history and evolution of the River's existence and modifications made by man over time, as well as the current birds using the waterway, with graphical representations of their relative abundances seasonally and by location along the River. Richly illustrated with photos of 134+ species and their habitats by the author.

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