Bird photography does not simply mean the photographing of birds: it means the use of the camera as an aid in depicting the life histories of birds. This antique text contains a detailed treatise on bird photography, comprising all the information someone with an interest in the subject might possibly need to know. Perfect for both the amateur and seasoned bird watcher alike, this text constitutes the perfect addition to any collection of bird watching literature. The chapters of this book include: 'What is bird photography?', 'The Scientific Value of Bird Photography', 'The Charm of Bird Photography', 'The Camera', 'The Lens', 'The Shutter', 'The Tripod', 'Haunts', 'Seasons', 'Nests and Eggs', 'Young Birds', 'Adult Birds', et cetera. This text has been elected for modern republication due to its educational value, and is proudly republished here complete with a new introduction on bird watching.