Of birds & baseball

Levin, Ted; Unruh, Jack
May 1993
Yankee;May93, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p70
Presents a bird watcher's guide to Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox. Similar skills used in watching baseball and watching birds; Vaux's swifts; Ballpark barn owls; Types of birds the author's seen at different major league ballparks across the country; Fenway's location on the Charles River and the Atlantic Ocean makes it a particularly good place to watch birds; Great blue heron; Fenway's faithful feathered friends; Unusual species; More.


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