So, why do a say I am fairly boring? Well, to give you a hint, my idea of a good time is reading scientific journal articles and books. Now don't get me wrong, I like reading fiction books. Love them in fact. I am a voracious reader, and can put down 3-10 fiction books in a week, depending upon what I have going on in my life.
But I am also a bit of a geek. Ok, so remove 'bit' and sub in 'enormous' and you have a better reflection of me. So really, it should come as no surprise then that I have a few summer reading books that aren't fiction.
To put things into perspective for you, I am currently working on my Masters in Biology, with a focus on ecology and bird survival rates. My undergrad is in Biology Education. My favorite animal group are birds (Class Aves).
So now that you have some background about geeky me, you'll understand a little bit more when I share my summer reading list.
(If you have an interest in any of these books, the covers link to the books on Amazon where you can find more details out about them).
If I still have time, I plan to then get into a specific set of bird, my absolute favorite - OWLS.
Now, if you like birds and have an interest in my suggestions for the best reading for an Amateur/Beginner Birders, just let me know in the comments.