By Barbara W. Massey and Richard Zembal
The Sonoran Desert's Salton Sea is California's crown jewel of avian biodiversity. Second only to the Texas Gulf Coast in avian abundance, the Sea hosts more than 400 species of birds each year.
This volume is the first full-length book to focus attention on the Sea's unique natural wonders and importance while providing a wealth of useful information for birders and naturalists.
For readers wishing to visit the Salton Sea, this book provides detailed descriptions of 15 birding sites with directions for getting there, a site map, a section on the bird life, and a table listing birds seen, their abundance and seasonality.
Paperback. 300 pages.