American Museum of Natural History Birds of North America
Information in this new paperback edition of the American Museum of Natural History's Birds of North America was compiled by more than 20 of the world's leading authorities on ornithology. This definitive guide uses beautiful close-up photography to bring every North American bird species - all 650 - vividly to life. Paperback, 744 pp. Read More >
Birds of North America is the ultimate family reference on the birds of the United States and Canada, in an accessible format that is perfect for field use.
Written by a team of more than 30 birders and ornithologists, each an expert on certain species or family bird groups, Birds of North America brings a whole new level of expertise to the birder's library, all in one category-killing volume. Information on behavior, nesting, and habitat, omitted from many field guides, is included throughout, while books on behavior don't include the wealth of identification information, in as accessible a format, as does this book.
Author: DK Publisher and Stephen W. Kress (Contributor)
Paperback: 744 pages.