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The Birds of Santa Barbara County, California

This page hosts the most recent update of Paul Lehman’s, The Birds of Santa Barbara County, California (June 2019)

By Paul E. Lehman

DOWNLOADS

Click HERE >> to download the e-Book of the 2019 June edition of Lehman's BOSBC.


Click HERE >> to download the pdf of the 2019 June edition of Lehman's BOSBC.


Click HERE >> to download the map (pdf) that accompanies Lehman's BOSBC (this map was not included in the above files to prevent large downloads).

RECOMMENDED CITATION

Lehman, P. E. "The Birds of Santa Barbara County, California", Revised edition, June 2019, available at http://sbcobirding/lehmanbosbc, 2019.


Original edition: The Vertebrate Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1994.

BACKGROUND & REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

More information about this revised edition can be read in this April 2012 newsgroup message: https://sbcobirding.groups.io/g/main/message/17507


Most importantly, PL writes:


“Input from the birding public is eagerly sought. If you have corrections or other information that would be valuable to include in any of the species accounts, please submit it, preferably labeled "BOSBC", to https://sbcobirding.groups.io/g/main . But recent records from the current 'season' should be sent to county compiler Dave Compton (davcompton60 [at] gmail.com). We will consider these data for all future updates. This electronic  publication can be modified easily, and the plans are to do so on a  regular basis.[...] Feel free to comment privately to Paul as well, but we encourage suggested changes to be posted publicly on the sbcobirding site, so that we can all share in this potential new information.”

REGARDING E-BOOK VERSION

The e-Book version contains all chapters of the book. Its Epub format should be viewable by software that is freely available for most e-Readers, such as iPhones and iPads (using iBooks), Android devices, the B&N Nooks, et cetera. Amazon's Kindle does not support the Epub format, so the file is not typically readable on those without a third-party file conversion utility. On small screen devices this e-Book is much easier to read than the pdf version as the font size is adjustable, while the automatic word wrapping makes it all fit on your narrow screen.


To get the iBooks app on your iPhone/iPod/iPad: go to to the App Store, Search for "ibooks", and download it. Then, if you select the Epub file in Safari or Mail, your iPhone/iPod/iPad will automatically suggest that you add it to your iBooks Library, which is what you want to do. Visit Google Play to download any number of Epub readers for Android devices. Several Epub readers are also available for Microsoft PC’s running the Windows OS.