You can check the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens website:
as they have an Audubon in the Gardens
bookstore there. Check out the list published by them here:
Also, and I am not sure if it's still in existence, Papa Birds,
at 131 E. Laurel Street in Fort Bragg,
might carry that book.
Cheshire Books, on the corner of Laurel and Franklin, often carries that
book, as I've seen it there more than once.
Check out, finally, 101 things to do on the Mendocino coast, for fun:
Hope you enjoy your stay here!
----- Original Message -----
From: "jimmnn2003" <Jim@...>
Sent: Monday, July 05, 2004 10:09 AM
Subject: [Mendobirds] Mendocino Area Guide
> Hello Mendo Birders,
> I am a birder from Santa Fe, NM and will be in Mendocino for a
> week Aug 23 to thru the 28th. I have read the "Birders Guide to N CA"
> and have decided that to see birds in such a large and diverse area I
> need a guide. Can anyone recommend a Birding Guide for the area?
> Reply to my private email address.
> Also, what has happened to "A Guide to Finding Birds in Mendocino
> County, by Kris Carter"? I can not find it on any book site!
> Jim Nelson-Moore
> Santa Fe, New Mexico
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