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P.D. Skaar- Montana Bird Distribution, Seventh Edition

An Essential Field Reference

The seventh edition of P.D. Skaar’s Montana Bird Distribution was released in June 2012. This book is an excellent companion to a field guide by illustrating where birds are found in Montana. This edition contains breeding and wintering maps for 427 bird species observed in the state.

This book comes with a 2012 Bird Checklist. Paper copies of the checklist are available from the Montana Audubon office. However, if you want a copy immediately, please visit our Birding Montana page to download.

Purchasing Montana Bird Distribution:

This edition costs $15, plus $5 shipping and handling ($20 total). There are several ways to order:

  • Order by Mail. Send Montana Audubon a check for $20, to PO Box 595, Helena, MT 59624.
  • Order by Credit Card. Fill in the “Amount” of $20. Under “Gift Designation,” select Montana Bird Distribution Book.
  • Wholesale Orders. Book stores can order books at wholesale prices. To receive an order form, send an email to [email protected]

For more information about this project, contact Janet Ellis, Senior Policy Director, at 406.443.3949 or [email protected]

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