Published April 2013 by University Press of New England, Birdwatching in New Hampshire is now available in bookstores across the state (Amazon too, but I urge you to support your local bookstore).
What people are saying about Birdwatching in New Hampshire
“Masterson’s book is not just another “bird guide.” After reading through the book itself, I wished it could have been available during the years that I was able to travel throughout our beloved New Hampshire. Masterson has created an excellent set of tools that, if used as he intended, I am sure, would have helped me build up my “life list” of bird sightings, to a greater length.” Stacey Cole, New Hampshire Union Leader, April 12, 2013 .
“Eric’s book is a stunner. His photographs capture the intimacy of nature closely observed, but the photographs are incidental to a guide to birding hotspots in the state, as well as information to assist bird- and nature-watching.” Francie Von Mertens, Backyard Birder, Monadnock-Ledger Transcript, April 18, 2013 .
“New Hampshire birder and author Eric Masterson’s Birdwatching in New Hampshire is a thoroughly informative book for birders of all skill levels and experience.” The Mindful Reader, Concord Monitor, April 14, 2013.
“Birdwatching in New Hampshire” is a treasure for even a novice birdwatcher. Going region by region, the book is filled with anecdotes about where to find birds, when to find them and gives suggestions on the best optic tools to use. But, the book is also for the serious birdwatcher, too. Suzanne Laurent, The Portsmouth Herald, April 28, 2013.
“a masterfully written and illustrated guide to finding the “good birds”, the unusual birds, the hard-to-find rarities that occur in certain places at certain times.” Eric Aldrich, The Bobcat’s Tail, Monadnock-Ledger Transcript, April 30, 2013.
Other Press for Birdwatching in New Hampshire
- Milford Cabinet
- Monadnock-Ledger Transcript
- Keene Sentinel (Chris Bosak)
- Keene Sentinel
- Union Leader
- Valley News