The Cornell Lab Bird Academy Discussion Groups Birding Tips Birding guide… pamphlets?

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    • Celia
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      CLJbirds
      I'm doing some of the Bird Academy courses, like the course on identifying waterfowl. It gave me the impression that it's possible to buy some pamphlet-like guides that just show, say, ducks. For example, how to ID ducks based on where the white is or what the silhouette looks like. Does anyone know, are these mini guides something I can buy somewhere on this website? I can't find them on the site. Or else, if not through Cornell's Bird Academy, where do I get them? Thanks so much! --Celia
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    • Esteban
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      Common pottoo
      You can find them in the cornell lab´s publishing group when yo enter the cams make click on in the right hand corner where there says spring 21 . An there it is.
    • Elizabeth
      Bird Academy
      ecm017
      The Pocket Guides Waterfowl ID Series is available for purchase from the Cornell Lab Publishing Group.
      • Celia
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        CLJbirds
        Thanks!
      • Sandra
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        sandypbird
        Hi,   What a great idea. We can focus on specific birds, without going through the guides, if you're lucky. Then You find out the bird took flight. You need speed if learning is important. Sandy
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