Bird-Watcher Alexander Skutch Remembered Reporter and bird fancier Brad Klein has a remembrance of legendary ornithologist Alexander Skutch, who died last week. He studied the birds of Central America beginning in the 1930s. He is best known to bird watchers as the author of one of the first field guides to tropical American birds.
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Bird-Watcher Alexander Skutch Remembered

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Bird-Watcher Alexander Skutch Remembered

Bird-Watcher Alexander Skutch Remembered

Bird-Watcher Alexander Skutch Remembered

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Reporter and bird fancier Brad Klein has a remembrance of legendary ornithologist Alexander Skutch, who died last week. He studied the birds of Central America beginning in the 1930s. He is best known to bird watchers as the author of one of the first field guides to tropical American birds.