Field Guide to the Birds of North America

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National Geographic Society, 2002 - Nature - 480 pages
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Now in its fourth edition, the National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America is the ultimate birderís field guide. Sturdy, portable, and easy-to-use, it features the most complete information available on every bird species known to North America. This revised edition features 250 completely updated range maps, new plumage and species classification information, specially commissioned full-color illustrations, and a superb new index that allows birders in the field to quickly identify a species.

The National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, Fourth Edition will continue to be a bestseller among the fastest-growing sector in the U.S. travel marketóthe nearly 25 million people who travel each year specifically to observe wild birds.

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Great reference for bird watchers - Goodreads
Excellent descriptions but I prefer more photographs. - Goodreads
excellent illustrations! - Goodreads
Excellent reference. - Goodreads
Excelent photography and information. - Overstock.com
I have trouble with only illustrations. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Angelo - Goodreads

This book is about the birds of North America. It talks about how to find, identify, and the age. This book takes you through the world of birds.As you read the book it will tell you where the type of ... Read full review

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i wish i had a pocket version of this so i could carry it with me at all times Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Frederick A. Day, Professor of Geography, Department of Geography, Southwest Texas State University.

Roger M. Downs, Professor and Head, Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University.

Paul L. Knox, University Distinguished Professor and Dean, College of Architecture and Urban Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Peter Haynes Meserve, Associate Professor of Geography and Geology, Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; Head, Environmental Studies, Columbia College.

Barney Warf, Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, Florida State University.

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