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Providing birders the convenience of portability, Sibley's newest volume breaks down the information in The Sibley Guide to Birds into specific regions (The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America will be published the same month). The guide includes much of the basic information in the Guide to Birds, such as the parts of a bird and general color-coded maps, but focuses most of its attention on birds who make their home east of the Rocky Mountains, such as the Double-crested Cormorant and the Eastern Screech-Owl. The color-coded maps that accompany each bird show where the birds live throughout North America, so that birders in, say, Pennsylvania, will know to look for the Northern Mockingbird in California as well. And, of course, Sibley's beautiful full-colored paintings of birds jump out at every page-even in small format.
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Not just spin-offs from the famed Sibley Guide to Birds, these field guides are specifically designed to tote along on outings. The maps are new.
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Lots of great pictures and well organized. An easy book to use for newbie bird-watchers.Published 10 months ago by Mary
This book was recommended to me by various birders of the Nova Scotia Birding Society. They were not wrong. It is an excellent book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by CD
I use this guide with others to give me a good rounding of birds and their behaviour. Multiple bird photos per page make pinpointing the correct bird is a great feature.Published 17 months ago by Blaine
Great field guide to birds. Light weight and small in size but full of great info. Easy to carry around in the field. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Foxman2009
This book has helped me find out what kinds of birds are around my house. If you ever want to be a birder this is a good book to get started with.Published 18 months ago by parrots
My husband has taken up bird watching. We had one bird book at the cottage already (Stokes) but he wanted a second one for at home. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carol Ann