This text contains a detailed treatise on the birds commonly found in the Rocky Mountains of Western North America. Comprising a wealth of fascinating information on these birds, 'Birds Of The Rockies' will be of much value to both the amateur and seasoned bird-watcher a like, and constitutes a great book for anyone with an interest in the fauna native to this part of the world. The chapters of this book are: 'Up and Down the Heights', 'Introduction to Song Species', 'Bald Peaks and Green Vales', 'Birds of the Arid Plain', 'A Pretty Hummer', 'Over the Divide and Back', 'A rocky Mountain Lake', 'A Bird Miscellany', 'Plains and Foothills', 'Rambles about Georgetown', 'Ho! For Gray's Peak!', 'Pleasant Outings', 'A Notable Quartette', and 'Check-list of Colorado Birds'. This antique text was originally published in 1902, and we are proud to republish it now complete with a new introduction on ornithology.