National Geographic complete birds of North America

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National Geographic, 2006 - Nature - 664 pages
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Covers every bird species in North America, as well as all the migrants that fly through. The entries are organized by 82 family groups, according to American Ornithological Union guidelines. Within a family, each separate bird entry has dozens of identification tips and illustrations on species' genders, age groups, behavior, habitats, nesting and feeding habits, and migration routes. Includes a quick-find index for the most common bird groups, text by numerous birding experts, range and migration maps, photographs as well as illustrations by expert artists, and a full glossary.--From publisher description.

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National Geo Complete Book of Birds

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This is an excellent resource. There is more details than the smaller field books. The pictures contain numerous pictures and angles to help identify the birds. Read full review

National Geographic complete birds of North America

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Birders certainly have their hands full with all the recently published field guides and companion volumes (Tom Wood's The Birds of North America ; Bill Thompson's Identify Yourself ). The latest to ... Read full review



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