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Paul J. Baicich is a conservation writer and editor and an avitourism consultant. He lives in Maryland, USA.Margaret A. Barker, a writer and educator in the Chesapeake Bay area, coordinated the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology's Project FeederWatch.Carrol L. Henderson is supervisor of Minnesota's Nongame Wildlife Program in the Department of Natural Resources.
"As you put up a bird feeder, unwrap suet cakes, spread out black-oil sunflower seed, and install a dripping birdbath, you will appreciate how far the bird-feeding hobby has come and the efforts of those who preceded us. As you read this book, those efforts become fascinating connections important to us all." --George H. Petrides, Sr., Chairman and Founder, Wild Bird Centers of America--George H. Petrides, Sr. (12/15/2014) "This is a great book, becuase it is full of stuff you would never have thought important or interesting, but that is, in fact, important and interesting. This book is engaging, compelling, and just plain cool." -- Science Blogs--Greg Laden"Science Blogs" (03/01/2016)