The San Bernardino National Forest of Southern California is divided into two ranges--Southern and Northern. Fundamentally they're
divided by U.S. Interstate 10 and
geographically by the San Andreas Fault.
The Southern Portion of the San Bernardino National
Forest is located just a few miles east of Hemet, south of Banning, west of Palm Springs, and north of Anza-Borego.
27 miles in width north to south and 30 miles in length east to west.
The "Birds of the San Bernardino National Forest (Southern Portion)"
focuses on foothill and mountain birds beginning near the mountain's base and
ascending to its highest elevation of 5000'.
guide includes the San Jacinto Mountains, Santa Rosa Mountains, Idyllwild,
Lake Hemet, Garner Valley and surrounding areas and communities.
information, recommended birdwatching sites, and directions for reaching
these great bird-watching sites are included in the
(Geographically connected to the Coachella Valley,
this guide is a perfect meld with my "Birds of the Coachella Valley" guide.)
included are Birdwatching & Sighting Tips, Check List for Bird Sightings,
a Map of the SBNF, Southern Portion, and more.
SPECIES ~ 120+ COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS ~ 115 PGS
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