Mary's Favorite Thing: Field Guide to Dumb Birds of the Whole Stupid World
Mary is our E-Commerce lead. Thank her for this wonderful opportunity to shop from your sofa! She does a lot of uploading and unloading (thoughts from her brain, only the good ones) all day....doesn't sound strenuous, but we promise, it's a hard-knock life on the dark side of the interweb. PLUS, she has to come up with entertaining ways to sew words together. I'm exhausted just typing this. Anyway, we appreciate our Mary more than she knows. She appreciates this bird book because useless knowledge is what makes her good at what she does.
"This is a hilarious gift for bird lovers or haters! My entire family was thoroughly entertained by The Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America so we can't wait to expand our ornithological expertise and insult vocabulary with this beautifully illustrated and hysterical follow-up book."
Fun facts about Mary: Mary is a crossword puzzle junkie. Is embarrassed to admit that she just learned to play Euchre this year despite being a Michigander her entire life.
Let's face it—all birds are fascinating, wonderful, idiotic jerks—no matter where in the world they reside.
Following in the footsteps of the bestselling book The Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America, this hilarious sequel ventures beyond to identify the stupidest birds around the world. Featuring birds from North and South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, and Oceania, author Matt Kracht identifies the dumb birds that manage to live all over the freaking place with snarky, yet accurate, names and humorous, anger-filled drawings.
This guide book details exactly how much these morons suck with facts about each bird's (annoying) call, its (stupid) migratory pattern, and its (downright tacky) markings. Complete with a matching game, bird descriptor checklist, tips on how to identify a bird (you can tell a lot by looking into a bird's eyes, for example), this profanity-laden book offers a balance of fact and wit that will appeal to hardcore birders and casual bird lovers (and haters) alike.