I use this book often because it has really clear colour photos of the birds which helps me to identify them easily. It has over 400 pages and on each page is a specific bird with sections describing appearance, voice, habitat, behaviour, and current status. Each page also has the map of Ontario shaded to show the bird's range. The book is colour coded into sections based on species.
The habitat and behaviour info is brief but helpful (more info would be nice).
I recommend this book if you're interested in birds from Ontario - it saves flipping through pages of birds that don't reside here and the colour photos help with the identification.
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