The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America: Second Edition
“Simply the best ‘illustrated’ birding guide available.” — J.J. Cardinal
Available in two versions, east and west. Flexi-cover. 464 pgs, ISBN: #9780307957917.
The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America: Second Edition
This guide features 715 bird species, plus regional populations, found west of the Rocky Mountains.
Available in two versions, east and west. Flexi-cover. ISBN: # 9780307957924.
The Sibley Guide to Birds –
The brand new field guide to North American birds is the most exciting field guide to come out since Roger Tory Peterson first invented the field guide in the early years of the 20th century. 6,600 beautiful pictures of American birds in lifelike poses; over 500 large pages. Hardcover
The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America –
full-color illustrations used in the publication of the acclaimed Sibley Guide to Birds is now divided into eastern and western regions. 432 pages, flex-bound.
The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America –
by David Allen Sibley
Full-color illustrations used in the publication of the acclaimed Sibley Guide to Birds is now divided into eastern and western regions.
The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern & Central North America –
New Revision 5th Edition
Peterson Guide to Warblers
by- John Dunn
All 60 North American species of warblers are described in detail; color maps. Flexibound $20.00; Hardcover:
Peterson Field Guide to Birds of North America – The most accessible, concise, and easy-to-use Peterson guide. Includes full-color Peterson-style illustrations, species accounts, maps on same page, and other information. Flexi-bound, 544 pages with 195 color plates. A “must-have” field guide for birding lovers; ISBN-10: 0618966145.
Field Guide to Birds of North America
by Kenn Kaufman
In 2000 Houghton Mifflin first published the Kaufman Focus Guide to the Birds of North America. Critically acclaimed for its innovative design, the Kaufman guide began introducing a new generation to birding. In 2005, this new Kaufman Field Guide to Birds of North America is now the most up-to-date field guide, including dozens of changes by the American Ornithologists’ Union in official names of birds; the addition of new species to reflect the latest scientific discoveries; and dozens of updated range maps. Packaged in a compact format that has made this guide the easiest to use for fast identification in the field.Flex-bound, full color photographs, 392 pages,
Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America
by Donald & Lillian Stokes
Paperback: 816 pages; published by Little, Brown and Company. Features 853 North American bird species and more than 3,400 color photographs. ISBN# 978-0316010504. 5¾ x 2 x 8½ inches.
The Backyard Birdsong Guide: Eastern & Central North America
A Guide to Listening 2nd edition by Donald Kroodsma & Larry McQueen, Cornell Lab Publishing. This interactive handbook of birds and their songs for beginning bird-watchers. With a touch-button electronic module housing common vocalizations of 75 species from across Eastern and Central North America, this volume offers a truly sensory way to identify and get to know local birds. Crisply detailed and scientifically accurate illustrations. ISBN: 9781943645015.
The Warbler Guide
by Tom Stephenson & Scott Whittle
Illustrated by Catherine Hamilton, flexibound, 560 pages, 6¼” x 8¾” full-color photographs, charts, maps, Princeton University Press. The Warbler Guide revolutionizes bird watching, making warbler identification easier than ever before. Covers all 56 species in the United States and Canada
– Song and call finders make identification easy with a few simple questions
– Visual quick finders help you identify warblers at any angle
– Detailed species accounts, song mnemonics, under-tail patterns, color impressions, habitat and behavior information