A Field Guide to Warblers of North America
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1997 - Nature - 656 pages
All 60 North American species are described in detail, from field marks and vocalizations to mating habits and preferred habitats; 32 color paintings use the unique Peterson Identification System to show clearly the marks that distinguish one bird from another - in confusing fall as well as colorful spring plumages; 141 color photographs accompany the species descriptions; 60 color maps show where each species can be seen at different times of the year and 13 drawings depict parts of warblers and bird behaviors.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lorax - LibraryThing
The review complaining about a lack of photographs may be misleading to people who don't have the book. Like most field guides, it is not a photographic guide. (Some people prefer photos, many prefer ... Read full review
Hands down - one of the best field guides ever written. The descriptions are amazingly accurate. Everything you need to know is here and the illustrations are the best.
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