The Audubon Society Encyclopedia of North American Birds

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Wings Books, 1991 - Science - 1109 pages
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This first truly comprehensive one-volume encyclopedia contains 6,000 alphabetical entries and cross-references, including coloring and markings, songs, flying areas, habitats, and behaviors for 847 North American birds. 1,675 photos & illustrations, 875 in color.

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A detailed encyclopedia of birds and ornithology along with a good collection of coloured photographs of various species. Read full review

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John K. Terres recently retired to Chapel Hill. Among the best-known of his many books are "Songbirds in Your Garden" and the "Audubon Encyclopedia of North American Birds".

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