The Art of Pishing: How to Attract Birds by Mimicking Their Calls (Book & Audio CD)
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Birding ambassador with the New Jersey Audubon Society's Cape May Bird Observatory, he has written articles for virtually every birding magazine and for the New York Times. He lives in Cumberland County, New Jersey. . Pete Dunne is the author of a dozen birding books, including Pete Dunne's Es
The Manual for attracting birds while field birding First of all "pishing" is making sounds to attract birds or wildlife. The sound has been likened to a distress call or a call note that birds use when identifying a threat. This has the effect of getting many birds of the area to collect around the source of the sound to the benefi. Was a great present Barb Hall I bought this as a gift for my husband and he has devoured it from cover to cover. I am glad that I bought him this book.. Amazon Customer said Four Stars. Haven't mastered the art of pishing yet, but I'm working on it!
First-ever how-to book on this time-proven technique Features 13 pish explanations and audio demonstrations by Pete Dunne Effective throughout North America Learn the arcane yet effective art of pishing from a master. The text explains the hows, whys, and whens of 13 different pishes, including the basic pish, stutter pish, whisper pish, knockdown pish, screech-owl warble, sequential chip, and squeal. The soundtrack features audio demonstrations so you can compare your efforts to an expert's. Together, this book and CD will send you well on your way to becoming a pisher extraordinaire.. In this unique book and CD package, renowned birder Pete Dunne presents an illustrated workshop on how to attract birds by making precise and well-practiced hisses, whistles, chips, and squeals (along with some kisses and thumps) that almost guarantee spectacular success in the field
He lives in Cumberland County, New Jersey. About the Author Pete Dunne is the author of a dozen birding books, including Pete Dunne's Essential Field Guide Companion, The Art of Bird Identification, The Feather Quest, and Tales of a Low-Rent Birder. Birding ambassador with the New Jersey Audubon Society's Cape May Bird Observatory, he has written articles for virtually every birding magazine and for the New York Times.