No Kindle device required. Download one of the Free Kindle apps to start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, and computer.
To get the free app, enter your e-mail address or mobile phone number.
The Peterson Field Guides series has added another weapon to its considerable arsenal of bird-identification guidebooks: a field guide devoted solely to the warblers of North America. Warblers, those small, sprightly, colorful songbirds that move north through the continent for the breeding season, have always delighted and simultaneously frustrated birders around the country. This field guide won't cure any cases of "warbler neck"--a condition brought on by extensive peering into the treetops--but it will help you to better decide just which species has your craned-neck attention. With color plates (including the "Peterson System" of arrows indicating important field marks), photographs, distribution maps, and textual information on species description, habitat, behavior, song, plumage variations, and migration patterns, this is an essential resource for birders.
This book is good. The images represent the birds well and the page on the underside feather colors of the birds is helpfulPublished on Oct. 8 2013 by Susan Wylie
My personnal opinion is that this is still the best Warbler's book ever published up to now. It will satisfy beginners, intermediates or advanced birders. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2011 by Yves Gauthier
An excellent complement to general bird guides. Shows pretty much all possible plumages from all North American warbler species, plus a mid-size relevant text description. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2009 by S. Guimond