Table of contents for Birds of Napa County / Hermann Heinzel.

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Contents 
Foreword 
Acknowledgments 
How to Identify Birds 
Bird Topography 
Key to: Codes, Maps & Abberations 
Grebes 
Divers 
Cormorant, Pelican 
Herons, Egrets, Bittern 
Geese, Swan 
Ducks, Wood Duck, Mallard 
Wigeons 
Teals, Pintail 
Bluebills 
Sea ducks, Ruddy Duck 
Merganser 
Vulture, Osprey 
Birds of Prey: Eagles 
Kite, Harrier 
Hawks 
Buteo Hawks 
Birds of Prey in flight 
Falcons 
Quails, Pheasant	 
Wild Turkey 
Rails 
Plovers, Avocet & Stilt 
Waders: Shanks, Godwit 
Curlews, Snipe 
Sandpipers 
Phalaropes 
Waders in flight 
Gulls 
Terns 
Doves 
Kingfisher, Roadrunner 
Owls 
Goatsucker 
Swifts, Hummingbirds 
Woodpeckers 
Flycatchers 
Shrikes 
Vireos 
Corvides: 
Jayes, Magpie & Ravens 
Martin & Swallows 
Titmice 
Nuthatches 
Wrens & Wrentit 
Bluebird & Thrushes 
Thrashers 
Waxwing, Dipper 
Kinglets, Gnatcatcher 
Warblers 
American Sparrows 
Towhees 
House Sparrow, Pipit, Lark 
Grosbeaks & Buntings 
Blackbirds 
Starling 
Orioles 
Tanagers 
Finches 
Where to watch birds & the best bird places in Napa County 
Mount St. Helena and its specialities 
The Marshes 
Song Sparrow's subspecies 
Rare Vagrants 
Checklist 
Index 
Notes 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Birds -- California -- Napa County -- Identification.