A Field Guide to Mexican Birds: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador
With more than 700 color paintings arranged by families for quick comparison of similar species, and with detailed information on range, habitat, size, and voice, this field guide describes and illustrates 1,038 species of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and El Salvador.
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Alaska America Argentina Baja California barred belly bill birds blackish blue Bolivia borders breast Breeds brown buff Canada Chalifl cheeks chest Chiapas Chihuahua cinnamon cloud forest Coast Costa Rica crest crown dark dull dusky east edges Eisenmannl eye stripe eye-ring eyebrow stripe Female Field marks FLYCATCHER foothills gray green Guatemala Guerrero Gulf lowlands Gulf slope Habitat head highlands hill Honduras humid forests HUMMINGBIRD Immature Indies Jalisco lacks legs mainly Male Memo Mexican Mexico to Bolivia Migmnt Nayarit northern Note Nuevo Leon Oaxaca Oriole Pacific slope pale Panama pine-oak Puebla Quintana Roo Range RTFl rufous rump rusty San Luis Potosi Similar species Sinaloa Sludl Song Sonom Sonora SPARROW spot streaked Tabasco tail coverts Tamaulipas Tamaulipas south TANAGER tawny throat U.S. Winters underparts Vemcruz Veracruz Vireo Voice WARBLER whistle whitish wing patch winghars wings and tail WOODCREEPER WOODPECKER WREN yellow yellowish Yucatan Pen
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