Forsyth, Adrian. Ontario, Canada: Camden House (1988). . Trade paperback. 160 pp. Photos. Index. A solid copy with only minor wear. “Concentrating on behaviour rather than species identification, the book delves into why birds act the way they do. It will raise the pleasure of birding to new heights. Starting with scenes as common as a swampy rookery of blue herons or the antics of a nesting nuthatch, Adrian Forsyth adds new meaning to the everyday experiences of birders around the world.” Book: Very Good. Dust Jacket: .